Join Sheffield's thriving Recovery community
Attend one of more than 43 self-help groups to deal with drug and alcohol issues. Groups run every day of the week – find out when.
Like the Sheffield Recovery Community Page on Facebook to find out how others have made a fresh start. September is National Recovery Month and the community organise lots of fun events to raise awareness of recovery, reduce stigma and celebrate their progress together.
Sheffield’s Recovery Community is supported by many different organisations including:
DACT, START (Sheffield Treatment and Recovery Team), Phoenix House, SASS, Jesus Centre, Addaction, User Voice, The Amy Winehouse Foundation, Archer Project, De Hood Boxing Gym, Families in Recovery, Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon
All of these organisations meet monthly to update information, promote and co-ordinate the recovery offer in Sheffield.
Watch people’s stories
Watch Sheffield Recovery Community’s video.
Watch Mick Hartley’s story – the project manager of Sheffield Recovery Community
In recovery? Volunteer to help others!
People in recovery can join a six month accredited training programme (1 day a week) and at the end of the course, they are offered a one year placement working in drug and alcohol services.
Find out more about the Ambassador Scheme by contacting Sheffield’s Non Opiate Service.