Our Community Recovery Groups are holistic recovery groups using the Bio, Psycho, Social, Spiritual model to recovery, with the spiritual aspect being from the Christian perspective. We have a mixed group of participants including those just showing an interest in recovery, those thinking about residential rehab, those currently in recovery and those resettling back into community after a time in residential rehab. 

Bridge to Freedom

We currently use a variety of material including our 15 week Bridge to Freedom Community Recovery Group which includes: life skills, 12 steps, recovery work and relationships. This is run in partnership with Bethany Christian Trust.


We have also started a new recovery program in our City Centre hub called Re-connect. This program adopts a more holistic approach, delivering the standard recovery program elements, along with an exploration of the spiritual aspects of human behaviour to give the fullest possible and most compressive understanding of recovery. The therapeutic program activities include: recovery skills training, skills for life training, 12 step recovery training, spiritual recovery training. 

Choice is a central part of program engagement therefore days attended are flexible in accordance with an individuals needs and interests. Key-work (focused 1 to 1 support) is the only mandatory part of the program and through this, recovery plans are regularly reviewed for effectiveness in meeting participants needs and aspirations. 


If you would like to access our recovery groups, we understand that some people are still on medication and others may be actively using to a certain level, so we expect participants to respect the rest of the group by not turning up heavily under the influence or appearing to be heavily under the influence, or you will be asked to leave for that day.

Current locations

We currently run recovery groups from 2 different locations. You can find out more information by visiting each project page:

Glasgow City Centre


Interested in attending our groups?

If you would like to get involved with our groups at any of the above locations you can make a referral here.

Make a referral