Recovery Month 2022 Grant Application Window Opens

Posted on: 22 Apr 2022

"Recovery Month” is a national event taking place in September each year. It has been formally celebrated in Derbyshire since 2014 and is an opportunity to showcase recovery from substance misuse, to reduce stigma and to highlight that recovery is achievable. For more information please see the poster below. 

Derbyshire County Council are inviting organisations involved in supporting clients in recovery across Derbyshire to apply for funding to help them undertake their own projects and events throughout Recovery Month in September 2022.

The application window has opened today (22/04/2022) and will be open for four weeks until noon (12pm) on Friday 20/05/2022. Please note that applications received after this date will not be considered.

For more information feel free to contact Matt Moore at matthew.moore@derbyshire.gov.uk.

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