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Forth Valley Recovery Community
Forth Valley Recovery Community is YOUR community. Why not drop in to your local cafe, get involved or chat to our volunteers about how we can help you move on. FVRC is all about making recovery accessible to everybody in Forth Valley who has experienced substance dependency.
FVRC provides safe, drug and alcohol free events to help you build and develop your recovery. We ask all attending to come along drug and alcohol free on the day.
We are an inclusive and non-judgemental community committed to empowering people in recovery.
Want to know what's on each month? To check out our calendar click here
Smart Recovery Meetings
Alloa Cafe, The Gate, Ludgate, Alloa
Stenhousemuir Cafe, Tryst Community Centre, Park Drive
Stirling Recovery Cafe, Mayfield Community
Centre, St Ninians FK7 0BD
Come along to one of our FVRC recovery cafes.
Recovery Cafes are drug and alcohol free environments where you can come for recovery support in an informal setting and meet the team and our recovery volunteers.
Tamfourhill Drop in, Tamfourhill Community Hub, Marchie Court, FK1 4SD
Grangemouth Cafe, Rainbow House, 6 South Shore Street, Grangemouth, FK3 8TQ
Tuesday: 10.30am -1pm
Womens Cafe, Kildean, Drip Road, Raploch, FK8 1RW
Alloa Cafe, The Gate, 2 Ludgate, Alloa, FK10 2DR
Tea/coffee/ hot food, SMART Recovery, activities and discussion.
Stenhousemuir Cafe, The Tryst Community Centre, Park Drive, Stenhousemuir, FK5 3BB
Denny Drop in, Community Flat, Bridge Crescent, Denny FK66PD
Alva Drop in Bapist Church, 1 The Green, Alva, FK12 5JQ
Stirling Cafe, Mayfield Community Centre, St Ninians, Stirling, FK7 0BD
Falkirk Cafe, ASC Falkirk, 32 Vicar Street, Falkirk, FK1 1JB
Street Soccer Coaching Sessions
Fridays 3.45pm-5.45pm, Raploch Community
Campus, Drip Road, Stirling, FK8 1RD
Recovery in the Wild
FVRC offers a number of outdoor activities working in partnership with Active Stirling. This ranges from Canoeing, Rock Climbing and Gorge Walking.
Recovery Ramblers Walking Groups
If you like walking and the outdoors why not come along and join our Recovery Ramblers. Walking and talking are an excellent way to improve your mental and physical well-being.
Our groups are designed to cater for all abilities.
Stirling Ramble: Tuesdays 1.30pm-3pm
Alloa Ramble: Thursdays 10.30am-12.30pm
Falkirk Ramble: Tuesday 2pm
The walks vary each week.
If you would like to find out more about our walks please get in touch with a member of staff.
We are constantly planning new events and recovery support opportunities across Forth Valley.
For more information, please contact a member of the Recovery Development Team using the information below:
Christina: 07920 234694 firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott: 077062 94605 email@example.com
James: 07920 234689 firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe: 07706294599 email@example.com
Aileen: 07920 576376 firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda: 07936 576376 email@example.com
Colin: 07936 951502 firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter: 07593 549502 email@example.com
Stephen: 07936 950528 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark: 07920 234695 email@example.com
Trisha: 07920 576377 firstname.lastname@example.org
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