Give us a hand

SRC Activity

Here you can find a summary of the work undertaken by Scottish Recovery Consortium and work done in partnership with other groups, organisations or projects.

SRC Work

Here you can find a summary of the work undertaken by the Scottish Recovery Consortium team

Lived Experience

Making the voices of lived and living experience central to the work to develop, design and deliver recovery services and interventions

Rights in Recovery

Ensuring everyone has the right to be treated with respect and dignity and for their individual recovery journey to be fully supported.

Recovery Community Development

Supporting the development of existing and emerging recovery communities from across Scotland

Prisons and Healthcare

Supporting and developing recovery within the Scottish prison estate

Training, Education & Development

Providing training and support across the Scottish recovery community

Freed Up Events

Promoting and delivering a diverse calendar of alcohol and drug free events and occasions across Scotland.

MIST Q

The MIST Q team works with Scottish Government and Public Health Scotland to make sure the MAT Standards are implemented properly across Scotland.

Recovery Month 2024

Recovery Month takes place every September.

SRC Community Conversations

A draft Charter of Rights Consultation. Two community conversation events in Fife & the Borders.

SRC Projects

Here you can find projects run by Scottish Recovery Consortium

(LERN)
Lived Experience Representative Network

Making the voices of people with lived and living experience central to the work to develop, design and deliver recovery services and interventions.

(NRAN)
National Recovery Advocacy Network

Combining the rights-based approach, advocacy and the skills and knowledge of people with lived experience.

(LERO)
Lived Experience Recovery Organisations

Connecting and building a recognized national group that supports the development of these organisations now and in the future.

Recovery Development Programme

Providing training, education and development opportunities within recovery

Recoverist
Network

Recoverists are people in recovery, their friends and families, and citizens who are passionate about the benefits recovery brings to us all!

Medication, Recovery and Me

A support group that is open to anyone currently receiving substitute medication to support their recovery from problematic alcohol or drug use

SRC Campaigns

Here you can see some of the campaigns created by Scottish Recovery Consortium

My Recovery Gave Me

Creating a public information campaign to place asset-based recovery messages in the heart of Scottish life.

Let US Not Forget

Creating a public information campaign to place asset-based recovery messages in the heart of Scottish life.

Rewriting The Media

Exploring how addiction and recovery from substances were portrayed in the Scottish media

Recovery Rocks

Creating a public information campaign to place asset-based recovery messages in the heart of Scottish life.

Collaborative Work

Here you can see work done in partnership with other groups, organisations or projects.

(NRAN)
National Recovery Advocacy Network

Combining the rights-based approach, advocacy and the skills and knowledge of people with lived experience.

Residential Rehabilitation Working Group

Aiming to improve access to residential rehabilitation treatment.

Rewriting The Media

Exploring how addiction and recovery from substances were portrayed in the Scottish media