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“Each time someone stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, they send forth a tiny ripple of hope.”
Robert F. Kennedy


What We are trying to achieve

We want to help Scotland become a country where its the recovery not the addiction that flourishes. 

Every year the SRC has a plan of work, approved by its board of trustees and mainly funded by the Scottish Government. As part of our work planning we have developed a set of standing outcomes for the work we do that link directly to the Scottish Governments national performance framework. We are funded by the Scottish Government because we are an organisation that is helping to achieve these national performance targets.

Standing outcome 1: We made recovery from addiction more contagious, achievable and sustainable for individuals who seek it. 

Links directly to NPF Outcomes: We live longer, healthier lives. 

Standing outcome 2: We developed the reach and depth of the recovery movement’s responses to addiction and sustaining recovery from addiction. 

Links to NPF: We have strong resilience and supportive communities where people take responsibility for their own actions and how they affect others.  

Standing outcome 3: Connected & engaged with the whole population to co-create communities & a country where it is the recovery, not the addiction, that flourishes. 

Links directly to NPF outcomes: We have tackled significant inequalities in Scottish society. We take pride in a strong, fair and inclusive national identity. 

Standing outcome 4: Created a recovery-orientated charity that supports the work of building recovery from addiction in Scotland. 

If you want to look in detail at the 2017/18 work plan then please follow the link here

If you want to look at the 2016/17  annual report please follow the link here

Read the 2017 SRC Comminucations Strategy here