SMART Recovery, Bridlington
Addiction Support Group Smart Recovery meetings help us learn the tools and skills to help us recover from addictive behaviour. Smart Recovery is self help because we use tools to ‘self manage’ our recovery. Other people can help us but no one can walk this journey on our behalf. Smart Recovery is mutual aid because we inspire, encourage, help, reassure and motivate each other on what can be a difficult journey. Our meetings follow a standard format so that after a couple of meetings, you will understand what to expect.
All SMART Recovery meetings are run by trained facilitators and follow a standard structure.
New participants are welcome to just observe if they are not yet comfortable discussing their own issues or contributing to the meeting.
There is no fee to attend a SMART Recovery meetings, though some may ‘pass the hat’ to collect donations (to cover room hire and material etc).
- Meeting takes place on the first, and third Thursday of every month.
- This meeting is wheelchair accessible.
- This meeting is open to visitors.
Facilitators: Alison Sharpe
Telephone: 07956 539821
Meeting Notes: Please contact the facilitator before attending due to limited places being available at the venue due to COVID-19
Meeting Held at:
North Bridlington Library, Marton Gate, Bridlington, YO16 6YD
Bridlington YO16 6YD