Use this map to find the following services. If you are within the area, internet is available and your GPS is on you should see your location as a green marker on this map.
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.
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Recovery cafes are drug and alcohol free environments where you can come for recovery support in an informal setting.
Here is a list of what we provide at each cafe and days and time they are run every week.
Monday: 16:00pm - 21:00pm
2 The Gate, Alloa, FK10 2DR
Tea / Coffee / Food / SMART recovery / Arts & crafts activities / Recovery films and discussion
Tuesday: 10:30am - 14:30pm
Drip Rd, Raploch, Stirling FK8 1RE
Tea / Coffee / Food / fitness / crafts / beauty
The café runs until 13:00 then there is a SMART recovery meeting from 13:00 till 14;30.
Wednesday: 13:30pm - 4:30pm
The Tryst Community Centre, Park Drive, Stenhousemuir FK5 3BB
Tea / Coffee / Food / WII Sports / Pool / Circuit Training / Yoga & Meditation / SMART Recovery
Thursday: 11:00am - 16:00pm
Sauchie Hall, Mar place, Sauchie, Alloa FK10 3EA
Tea / Coffee / Food / Smart Meeting
Friday: 13:00pm - 18:00pm
Mayfield Community Centre, St Ninian's, Stirling FK7 0DB
Tea/ Coffee / Food / Circuit Training / Tai Chi / SMART Recovery
Saturday: 10:30am - 15:00pm
ASC Falkirk, 32 Vicar Street, Falkirk FK1 1JB
Tea / Coffee / food / NA Meeting / SMART Recovery
Sunday: 12:00pm - 16:00pm
Rainbow House, 6 South Shore Road, Grangemouth FK38TQ
Tea / Coffee / food / Alternative Therapies / Discover Recovery Meeting
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.