LifeRing Secular Recovery is an abstinence-based, anonymous organisation dedicated to providing a safe meeting space where you can experience a non-judgmental recovery conversation with your peers. We do this through the lens of LifeRing’s 3-S philosophy of Sobriety, Secularity, and Self-Help.
Online/ telephone support
Community Alcohol Related Damage Service is a befriending service which provides emotional health and social networks to service users through volunteers. Anybody can refer to us be it a self-referral, professional, publican or local grocer. This is for users and carers.
Venture Scotland offers young people aged 16-30, a 4 stage progressive personal development programme based in the outdoors, lasting up to a year, focused on helping to improve physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. The programme is group-based and involves meeting twice a week to participate in fun and challenging sessions that use the outdoor environment […]
A non time-limited mental health visiting- support service for individuals with low mental health, drug and alcohol use and multiple vulnerabilities. Predominately older drug and alcohol users who are isolated, not engaging with treatment and support services, and are generally suffering from anxiety and depression or severe and enduring mental health conditions. Providing support that […]