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Recovery & Sobriety during the Pandemic


One of the first pointers we are told in recovery is: Don’t isolate. Seek out community. Yet, the advice now given by clinicians to keep us all healthy and to help us be responsible to our communities is exactly (or seemingly) the opposite: Isolate. Keep your distance from each other. Without the support of our recovery community/ meetings etc. It can be hard trying to stay sober in this uncertain time. Many might struggle with sobriety when c

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NEW Recovery Day Service Timetable


We are excited to announce our NEW Recovery Day Service Timetable including Early Spring and Late Spring Family Program dates, Recovery Reset Courses and Meditation. For more information please contact Silkworth at:

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New Recovery Reset Workshops


Workshop Dates: Tuesday 17 March to Tuesday 7 April  Workshop Times: – 6.45pm Dependency can be seen as an internal disconnection that creates a void; a sense of emptiness and loss without being able to understand what has been lost - YOU! Join these interactive sessions and find yourself. Week 1: What is relational dependency and how it relates to the family system Week 2: The Inner Critic: Guilt, Shame and Enabling Boundaries Week

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Lauren Ivy & The Engine to perform at the Silkworth Charity Ball


We are excited to announce that Lauren Ivy & The Engine will be performing at The Silkworth Charity Ball on Saturday 21st March at The Royal Yacht.

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Living in Recovery on the Weekend


It’s that Friday feeling! Washing away the working weeks’ stresses and gearing up for the weekend. But if you are living a clean & sober life, certain events and old habits need to be avoided. Becoming clean/sober is a real life change. We’ve all seen pubs/bars overflowing with friends catching up with each other, socialising, celebrating. But these kind of environments are not always healthy for people in recovery. So instead of avoiding soc

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