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Recovery Cymru

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Cardiff | Health & Wellbeing

£549

Raised in 2024

469

Donations

17

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Recovery Cymru formed in response to pleas for independent services to support people in their continuing recovery following treatment. A real concern for those in recovery, especially in the early stages, is the possibility of relapse and the need for a community based on peer support and mutual aid was identified. Recovery Cymru aims to provide such a community offering groups, courses and individual recovery coaching sessions to equip members with coping skills to help sustain their recovery.

Why the community needs us
Recovery Cymru is passionate about supporting and empowering individuals in their recovery. We also seek to engage people from the wider community, without personal experience of addiction, in an attempt to challenge the stigma associated with alcohol and substance misuse and to counter the pessimistic outlook many have regarding recovery. We currently operate two centres in Cardiff and Barry and work in close collaboration with the wider recovery community across South Wales and the UK.

Our impact on the community
Many of our members credit the support and sense of community afforded by Recovery Cymru as being pivotal to the success of their long-term recovery. Indeed, our members often go on to become volunteers at Recovery Cymru and other organisations which helps them to sustain their own recovery as well as benefiting the wider community.

You can find out about our little2LOTS campaign and grab our Recovery Cymru Fundraising Pack by visiting www.recoverycymru.org.uk/fundraising


What your gift could provide

£10

Ensures 10 members or volunteers receive a Happy Birthday card

£150

Covers one Zoom subscription for one year to provide online support

£350

Gives people access to support on weekends for a month

Our details

07944851050

http://recoverycymru.org.uk

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