Recovery’s not a walk in the park, but it’s worth it.Steps To Recovery Group Participant
Are you looking for fun, informal activities to take part in?
Need some time in an alcohol- free environment?
Interested in volunteering with a local charity?
Our groups and activity sessions provide something for everyone.
We have social groups taking place every week-day, and these informal get-togethers are a great way to start building networks and get a routine back.
Our Steps to Recovery’ project has a programme of activities that is reviewed and evaluated regularly by our clients, and there are always ideas for new activities being added.
Our aim is for people in recovery to have new experiences in a safe, supported environment where fun, social inclusion and personal development are the main outcomes.
It’s easy to take some Steps to Recovery with us. Just give us a call to get started.
Our activities take place at our centres in Clydebank and Dumbarton, as well as out and about in the wider community. All activities are free and we can help with any incidental costs, such as travel expenses.
The people who take part in our activities can enjoy the following benefits:
- Improved skills and increased confidence levels.
- Reduced social isolation.
- Sustained recovery from problem drinking.
Examples of past and existing activities:
- Creative Writing
How can I get involved?
How can I get involved? If you are already receiving support at DACA, have a word with your counsellor or another member of staff and they will tell you about the different activities on offer.
If you haven’t been to DACA before and want to find out more, why not drop in to one of our open drop-in sessions.
How can I volunteer?
There are lots of opportunities and we are keen to recruit people with direct experience of living with an alcohol problem and recovery.
The main criteria we are looking for is a caring and non-judgemental attitude, and a willingness to help. if that sounds like you, give us a call.