Faithworks Recovery – supporting those in or affected by addiction
Read our latest annual review here
The Faithworks Recovery team are following the government’s advice that all non-essential contact is restricted, but we want to make sure that support is still very much available to those who are in or affected by addiction at this time.
We are unable to run The Recovery Course or our usual face to face support however we are providing support through:
Facebook: Revive UK Recovery Community page here. This page has been set up to enable fellowship and connection to continue at this time. This is for all those with a heart to help and those on a journey of recovery. We will share stories, live videos, regular prayer times and group discussions. Stay connected and stay Hopeful!
One to one telephone support: please contact Charlie on 07759 088560 to arrange support
Find out more about Faithworks’ Recovery during Coronavirus:
Addiction and destructive habits are a growing problem in our society – they can affect mental and physical wellbeing, as well as both the individual and those around them.
We believe that, with someone to journey alongside them, there is hope. This will build their self-confidence and help people to find a path of recovery and freedom.
We offer a range of support for those in addiction and those affected by someone else’s addiction.
We work closely with the following organisations:
The Recovery Course is a free course for men and women who are struggling with addictions that are causing significant problems in their life, who want to invest in their road to recovery
Recovery Support Group
A support group for those affected by a person's addiction or habit
One to One Support
Trained volunteers offer one to one support to assist people at all stages of their recovery journey
Events, Awareness and Education
Our goal is to equip churches in urban Dorset, with nationally effective tools, to play their part in providing hope for people caught in addictions