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TBRP Covid-19 Response – Zoom Support

As many of you will already know, we have had to close our doors for our regular recovery support programmes and social activities.

Over the last couple of weeks, we have been hosting a number of Here and Now and SMART Recovery meetings as well as some social fun via the Zoom online platform.

This has been a great success and we have received a lot of positive feedback.

As a result, we have increased the number of meetings for our existing/past clients and introduced two new open meetings for newcomers.

In addition, we will be starting our Freedom Recovery Programme online too for clients who are already engaged with our service.

If you are an existing or past client, you can contact a member of staff for details on how to gain access to the Here & Now zoom groups.

If you are new to the service and looking for general help, advice and support, our Tuesday and Thursday 1:15 pm open meetings are for you.

You will need to be registered with Recovery Steps (Calderdale) or CHART (Kirklees) in order to access the open meetings.

If you continue to attend the open group meetings and require further help, you will be invited to attend additional groups.

Our social meetings (highlighted) are open to all!

tbrp covid-19 timetable

> Download a PDF copy here.

You can keep up to date with the latest news, support services, online meetings etc. and offer and receive support by joining our community recovery support Facebook Groups, CalderdaleinRecovery and KirkleesinRecovery.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us or our partners at Recovery Steps or CHART.

If you need help installing Zoom, here is a useful article: Getting Started with Zoom at TBRP.

Don’t forget to LIKE our pages too:

The Basement Recovery Project Facebook page.

Calderdale in Recovery Facebook page.

Kirklees in Recovery Facebook page.

Quit smoking with Yorkshire Smokefree Calderdale

thumbnail_c_clarke2_photoyorkshire_smoke_free_logoChris stopped smoking with help and support from Yorkshire Smokefree Calderdale after the team attended a support clinic at The Basement Recovery Project, a service which helps people overcome addictions to substances and alcohol and supports their recovery.

Take a look at Chris’s story here:

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