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Introducing our new Day Service/Family Service Time Table for Broad Street 2020

Day Service Timetable Jan 2020
Posted on 08/01/20

New Recovery Support Group on a Tuesday Lunchtime:  1.00pm – 2.00pm (Open to all in Recovery)

Silkworth Day Service are offering a new service to help those in recovery have access to a recovery support group on a weekday lunchtime.  Bring  your own lunch, we provide teas and coffees and a quiet, safe, private venue to talk about recovery in a structured group format that is open to discussion and questions.  Anyone from the recovery community is welcome.

 

Mindfulness Meditation  for Recovery – Tuesdays 11.00am – 11.30am(ish)

Every Tuesday we meet to explore mindfulness and meditation.  No previous experience necessary.  Join the Silkworth Mindfulness Meditation to connect to your own inner calm and strengthen your recovery from the inside out.  A proven way to slow down and calm down.

 

Recovery Awareness Topics – Thursdays  

Help maintain and reinforce your recovery with weekly topics that explore and enhance what recovery is about to grow your knowledge and strengthen your recovery.  Open to anyone in recovery.

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