The Beehive Recovery Group offers a therapeutic work environment that is supportive, creative, purposeful, and fun.
What do we do?
We offer opportunities to socialise and learn new skills in horticulture, print, woodwork and other crafts. Group members decide together what activities we will do. We place a strong emphasis on design and creativity.
The group provides members with opportunities to learn skills, gain insight into their strengths, and consider positive changes they wish to make. We acknowledge that this can be hard work, so regular time is set aside to reflect on how things are going, both as a team and as individuals.
Members have access to workshops including our award-winning strawbale workshop built by service users, staff and volunteers in 2007. The peaceful courtyard is used for relaxation and reflection.
How often do group members meet?
The Beehive is open between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday (women only on Mondays). Lunch is provided. From 3pm to 5pm there is an optional peer support and social group. Members usually attend one or two days a week.
How do I join the group?
Contact us to find out more, or to refer yourself or someone else.
How to find us
The Beehive Recovery Group is on our Manzil Way site in East Oxford. The site has good public transport links and car parking.