The EDGE Recovery Group

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This friendly peer-led support group is for anyone in recovery from alcohol dependence or substance misuse. It is a safe and supportive space which can help with relapse prevention. You can receive non-judgemental support and advice from people who understand.

What to expect

Being part of a supportive community can help to prevent relapse and sustain long term recovery.

Recovery groups are held at The EDGE Cafe on Mondays 12-1pm and Saturdays 5-6pm. There is no need to book, just go along to the sessions you can make. The sessions are held in the Hayman Room (pictured above). When you arrive at the EDGE Café the staff will be able to direct you to the room.

The groups are run by people who have lived experience of addiction. You are very welcome to attend, whether you are looking for support and advice or just a friendly chat.

When you arrive you will receive a warm welcome and invited to take a seat around the table with others. You can share your experiences with the group if you wish, or you are also welcome to just listen if you prefer.

You are very welcome to contact Gail for a chat about the group before going along. Contact her on 07848 871323 or [email protected]

More information

The EDGE Café is located on Mill Road on the Brookfield Hospital site. Parking is limited, but there is a Citi 2 bus stop nearby.

There is an accessible toilet in the café.

You can find out more about other activities on offer at the EDGE Café by visiting this page.

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The Recovery Group is free to attend

How to contact

Where to go

The EDGE Café
351 Mill Road
Cambridge CB1 3DF
UK

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