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TBRP Latest Timetables 2022

Here are the most up to date timetables for Calderdale, Kirklees and Mutual Aid meetings. You can download and print your own copy or ask for one at your nearest recovery hub.

Damian’s Recovery Story

Don’t think it can’t happen to you! Imagine taking your A-levels while physically addicted to heroin, let alone being admitted to an inpatient detox the same week as your A-Level results are due. Read Damian’s story of how he managed to quit 21 years later …

A Service of Remembrance

We are holding a service of remembrance in memory of those lost in recent years to mental health and addiction issues. It would be great if you could join us during this time of reflection to come together as a community…

Supporting The Maggie Oliver Foundation

Next month, 10 CiR members will embark on a three-day cycling event – travelling 126 miles from Liverpool to Leeds along the canal towpath. The route will see the team travel through Wigan, Blackburn, Burnley and Skipton before reaching Leeds basin on the final day of the trip – Wednesday 30th March.

Julie’s Recovery Story

As the rest of the world waits to get back to ‘normal’ as we come through the Covid pandemic, some of us are taking life-changing actions.  Congratulations to Julie for reaching 8 months sober and thank you for sharing your story with us. #RecoveryContagion

How to have a conversation about alcohol

NEW DATES FOR 2022 – “Having a word” at the right time – can be effective in making people reconsider their drinking behaviour and cut their alcohol intake significantly. Apply for this FREE Brief intervention training for alcohol misuse.

Recovery is coming to a place near you

The recovery community is coming to a place near you! – We are extending our reach across Kirklees. Starting in November we will be running three groups in four new locations; Marsden, Skelmanthorpe, Batley and Crosland Moor…

Want to learn something new?

The Basement Recovery Project is looking for a number of recovery apprentices and recovery builders to learn all aspects of our services. To be considered, all you need to do is express your interest on one sheet of A4, answer two questions and email it to our head office in Halifax.

Rosie’s Recovery Story

Thank you to Rosie for writing and sharing her recovery story with us.  The Covid pandemic has tested us all. To be 8 months into recovery is a wonderful achievement and now, just as Tom showed you it was possible, you are now showing others.  Well done! #RecoveryContagion

Queen’s Award Presentations

Following our announcement of TBRP being awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in June, we were recently honoured to have had not one, but two visits and presentations to receive the award crystal and certificate.

Sam’s Recovery Story

Thank you to Sam for writing and sharing his recovery story with us. The challenges over the past 12 months have been difficult for everyone but changing your whole life around and remaining in recovery is an amazing effort. Well done Sam!

New Kirklees Community Residential Service

The new Windmill Community Residential Service in Kirklees is the perfect setting to support detoxification, respite care, stabilisation on substitute medications, community re-orientation following inpatient detox and hospital stays and longer-term stage 1 supported living.

Gilly’s Recovery Story

After being admitted to hospital for physical alcohol problems; I knew I couldn’t get better on my own. I registered with CRS to get some help and started groups in Todmorden…

Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

It’s Volunteers Week and what could be more appropriate than to be recognised at the highest level with a royal award – The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Well done and a huge thank you to all our volunteers, especially through the past 12 months of a global pandemic.

Partnership goes green for mental health awareness week

WY&H HCP is funding 10 Green Social Prescribing Projects, which help connect people to nature to improve their mental and physical health. TBRP is regenerating a disused and neglected piece of land in an area of deprivation…

Recovery Coach

Following new Public Health England funding to support recovery, health and wellbeing and developing recovery pathways within the criminal justice system, TBRP is looking to recruit a number of recovery coaches. Full or part-time positions. Closing date: Noon, 26th May 2021 …

Want to learn something new?

The Basement Recovery Project is looking for a number of recovery apprentices to learn all aspects of our recovery services. To be considered, all you need to do is express your interest on one sheet of A4 and email it to our head office in Halifax.

Kelly’s Recovery Story

I was 11 when I first started drinking. I turned to alcohol as a coping mechanism from an early age to deal with childhood trauma…

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A small donation makes a huge difference

Over the years The Basement Recovery Project has had much support for the work we do in our communities.  We often get asked how you can help us to help others, and now you can.

Zoe’s Recovery Story

It was after a few years of using other substances that things started to get problematic. My spending started to get out of control and I was selling my possessions to buy drugs…

TBRP Christmas and New Year Timetables 2020

Here are our Christmas 2020 and New Year Timetables for our Halifax, Dewsbury and Huddersfield Hubs. Also a Mutual Aid timetable for local meetings. Wishing you all a very safe Christmas.

Recognise, Value, Change – Embed

When you’ve been in addiction for 15,20 or 30 years you don’t even know who you are or what you like or what you don’t like. So what we do is give people the space and the opportunity to discover what they like and what they don’t like or who they are and who they’re not and sport and activity is used as a tool to do that – discovering who you are.

Alex’s Recovery Story

My drinking stayed like this for years but following the traumatic birth of my son when I was 30, my relationship with alcohol changed…