In September our choir along with members of Voices of Recovery sang at Durham Cathedral. The service was dedicated to the Bishop of Jarrow, Mark Bryant who was retiring. Bishop Mark is big supporter of recovery and we were honoured to be invited to sing.
Thank you to everyone who joined us walk for recovery in Middlesbrough. It was our biggest yet! We shared the day with friends, family & children. It was a beautiful day connected in recovery. The planning meetings for the next UK Recovery Walk in Middlesbrough will start late November. Watch out for details. […]
Christmas is coming! December is a busy little festive month for everyone and here at Recovery Connections we have a lot going on to keep you busy and connected in the festive period. Tuesday 12th December; 1:00pm – 3:00pm at Bar Zero – Rehab Graduation Wednesday 13th December; 11:00am start at MyPlace – […]
Welcome to our very first edition of our newsletter! We aim to keep you updated on everything Recovery Connections has to offer and more! For those who don’t know who we are and what we do we are the recovery and abstinence part of Middlesbrough Recovering Together (MRT). We offer residential rehab and community support which […]
Dot Turton, CEO of Recovery Connections has been awarded a fellowship for this year. Giving Dot the opportunity to travel to the USA to learn more about Collegiate Recovery Programmes. She will be visiting Texas Tech, Georgia Southern and University or North Carolina. This will take place this year throughout September to live and learn […]
The company formarly known as Hope North East has a new image revealing it’s self as Recovery Connections. Working in partnership with the local college, a student has designed a new logo to represent our company. Hope North East is now rebranded as Recovery Connections. Working with the college and the college students has been […]
Comedy and music nights – even a cinema room – are planned for the spot :: It will create volunteering, training and job opportunities Teesside’s first alcohol free bar is ready to welcome its first (sober) customers. Just as Dry January draws to a close, Bar Zero on Middlesbrough’s Linthorpe Road is about to open […]