Recovery Projects are available across Derbyshire are available to help you on your road to recovery from substance use.
These are projects, funded directly either by Derbyshire County Council or Derbyshire Recovery Partnership, and set up to support people in recovery in Derbyshire.
Please see below the list of Recovery Projects in Derbyshire below and how to contact them.
There is also other support available on the 'other support' section of the website, which aims to provide a list of organisations across Derbyshire who can provide other types of support for people in recovery such as homeless charities, volunteering opportunities, leisure opportunities, financial support, etc!
You can select a region from the dropdown below
The RISE project supports people in recovery into jobs, education or training.Find out more >
Padley County Kitchen provides a 10 session cooking programme where participants will work together to make 20 different recipes of a main and dessert. Participants will have the opportunity to complete a level 2 food hygiene and level 2 health and safety qualification, they will also have the opportunity to choose another course from our online learning list.Find out more >
The Countryside Kitchen project is based at Derbyshire Outdoors Forest School. The site is private and peaceful. There are two fields, a stream and a wood. It is a lovely place to relax and unwind. A place to feel safe and comfortable.Find out more >
Growing Lives provides a combination of skill-building and learning activities with personalised support to help people in recovery develop their social networks, improve their wellbeing and move closer to education, training and employment.Find out more >
Veterans Positive Pathways (VPP) aims to support armed forces veterans who have experienced poor mental health and substance misuse. Whether it be alcohol and/or drug use, we will encourage veterans to engage in a range of physical activities and attend groups to support their continuing recovery.Find out more >
Honey Hope Farm CIC was formerly known as Helping Hooves CIC until April 2023. Carrot Club Wild provides meaningful activities in an outdoor setting, with lived experience, peer supporters. Our groups bring people together to support one another and build social connections and learn new skills.Find out more >
The Your Choices Matter programme has been designed to adopt a 360-degree approach to support people in recovery from alcohol and substance abuse. The name of the programme is highly pertinent. The choices that all human beings make have consequences. By ensuring a collection of more conscious and carefully deliberated decisions (each waken hour and day) people can find a more positive place in their personal and work life.Find out more >
Kelsey Family CIC delivers family based recovery activity boxes, family health and well-being activities, family recovery coaching, family retreat space and breathing space for those in recovery commencing their journey out of treatment.Find out more >
Peak Performance: Road to Recovery is a new project by Global Adventure, using various outdoor activities to help improve the mental and physical health and wellbeing of participants. With activities ranging from campfire cooking to bushcraft to hiking and abseiling, we will have something for everyone to enjoy alongside the fresh air and camaraderie of trusted individuals.Find out more >
Throughout our work we support people at all different stages of their recovery journey, and we wanted to offer more, to both help people start their journey and make it more possible. Trying to make changes is always daunting and even more so if you are homeless. No matter where you are in your recovery journey there is something with the Pathways to Recovery project for you.Find out more >
A Spire Right is a substance misuse recovery program that is designed to help people who have/had alcohol and/or drug misuse in their lives.Find out more >
Active Choices provides support to individuals recovering from alcohol and substance misuse. The aim of the programme is to support in the recovery and community reintegration of service users who are committed to working towards remaining abstinence. It provides a relapse prevention programme and enables people accessing the programme to lead less chaotic lives. The programme aims to promote social inclusion, improve health and wellbeing and reduce stigma.Find out more >
Derbyshire Recovery Partnership offers lots of support through groups, one-to-one chats and activities together with a specialist prescribing programme for people who need it. The service works with all levels of drug and alcohol misuse, as well as supporting people affected by another person’s drug use (family, friends and carers).
If you are at the point where you need treatment and support with stopping or reducing your alcohol or drug use, or just some advice on how to use more safely, get in touch with Derbyshire Recovery Partnership.
If you live in Derby your treatment service is Derby Substance Misuse Service. To find out more click here for details.