Announcement: New Council-Funded Recovery Projects for 2024!

Posted on: 08 May 2024

We are really pleased to announce that Derbyshire County Council have funded a number of brand new and continuing Recovery Projects for 2024/25.  The Council has significantly increased investment in Recovery, allowing us to fund 13 projects rather than the usual 5 this year.

The projects have been grant funded to provide support for people in recovery in Derbyshire, but to find out more about each project and what they offer, visit our Recovery Projects webpage where you can read about each project in detail and find out how to attend them: 

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