Recovery stories

Each person we support has a story of strength, struggle and resilience. Here are a few stories from the people we work with.

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Amy

Amy

'I'm much nicer to myself now. I'm kinder, I'm more understanding that it doesn't matter if I don't have the perfectly cleaned house. I'm worth it, and I'm doing the best that I can.'

Amy's story

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Blake

Blake

‘Recovery would mean to let go of these past things that have happened in my life and keep me stuck in that headspace.’

Blakes's story

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Kelly

Kelly

‘Recovery for me means taking each day as it comes and focusing on the positives. And knowing that you’re going to be okay.’

Kelly's story

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George

George

‘Recovery for me is a continuing process. It’s a gradual process of accepting yourself, not being too down on yourself. Recovery is wanting to continue life.’

George's story

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Tyson

Tyson

'Working with the team I was able to calm everything down, to stay still and to not have my mind racing, to have that bit of relief.'

Tyson's story