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You can see our New Timetable for our virtual world, also click the link for a downloadable PDF version: RC Online Groups Event Diary-April 2020
RC Change of Operations
Whilst our Centre are closed.
Our main message to members and volunteers is: RC RECOVERY SUPPORT IS OPEN – 7 DAYS PER WEEK – As you can see from our Timetable above!
We are still delivering a range of ‘virtual’ & ‘telephony’ peer led recovery support, 7 days per week. We are continuing to offer:
- We offer to contact members & volunteers at the times they used to access the centre for groups, 1:1’s etc. to help them maintain some routine
- Online group & chats powered by Zoom.
- Additional Telephone recovery support, as well as our existing lists
- Phone & Video 1:1 support & recovery coaching using Zoom & WhatsApp video on our RC phones
- Increased use of texts, social media posts, Vlogs, blogs & online support information.
- Postcards & letters for those who do not have phones or social media.
- We will continue to send birthday cards etc. (for as long as we can)
Please contact us on our usual numbers 02920227019/01446734220 or Twitter via the link to the right/ Facebook’s Recovery Cymru’s Group or Insta: @RecoveryCymru1
We are still taking referrals. Service users can contact us directly or we can receive referrals from you. To keep things as simple as possible in these times, we’re only asking for the following info:
- Name & contact number
- Email – if they say they check emails!
- State that they have given permission for us to contact them
- Whether there is a time or day that best suits them for us to contact them
- Whether we can text and/or whether we can leave a message
Referral contact details:
Recovery Cymru is a peer-led, mutual-aid, recovery community that empowers people to achieve and maintain recovery from drug and/or alcohol misuse while supporting others to do the same. All our activities are community-led.
Together, we empower and support each other to enter and move forward in recovery; to develop skills and interests and to improve our quality of life.