Online Recovery Café & Let’s Talk RecoveryBack to Activities
Let's Talk Recovery is an online mutual aid recovery support for those in recovery from addiction. The Online Café is a chance to check in with others in recovery in an open but safe space.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- it’s a chance to connect with others and receive mutual support
- it’s a chance to chat and share experiences with like-minded people
- it’s a chance to talk about your week and see your and other’s progress.
How to contact
Where to go
East Cambridgeshire District
(available online throughout) UK
What to expect?
You’ll be greeted by the facilitators and supported to join that week’s discussion. You won’t be asked to share anything about yourself that you are not comfortable speaking about and can just listen if you prefer.
You do not need to book to attend either of these groups, however you can contact the service if you wish to speak to someone beforehand to support you to attend.
They ask that all participants keep conversations discussed in these activities confidential.
Online Recovery Café and Let’s Talk Recovery are mutual aid groups for people who are in recovery or looking to move into recovery from alcohol and/or substance misuse. Mutual aid is a great way of connecting with others, learning from other people’s experiences from people who understand some of the challenges you may face.
Online Recovery Café
This is an online and open mutual aid meeting with a recovery focus. This meeting runs over Zoom and is open to people in all stages of recovery. This meeting is volunteer led.
Tuesdays 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Zoom ID – 723 551 1005 (No Password)
For details on the March Recovery Café that runs face-to-face click here.
Let’s Talk Recovery
This meeting is run by volunteers with lived experience of recovery from alcohol or substance misuse.
Held over Zoom every Wednesday morning 10:30 – 11:45
Zoom ID – 723 551 1005
If you would prefer to attend a face-to-face meeting you can find out about the loca recovery Café here.
The Recovery Café is supported by the Cambridgeshire Recovery Service. Click here to find out more about the support they offer.
These activities are free to attend.