Restore is excited to report that all our recovery projects are now open for face to face contact, and are offering a full range of structured activity with a reduced group capacity and in full compliance with the latest government guidance.

Please visit your Recovery Group page to learn more.

COVID-19 Information & advice for members, referrals, and supports

For the latest information on COVID-19; including updates from our CEO, Lesley Dewhurst; information for members, referrals, and supporters; and a directory of useful websites to keep you informed and up-to-date with the latest developments. Click here

About Restore

Restore is an Oxfordshire-based mental health charity that supports people to take control of their recovery, develop skills and lead meaningful lives. We offer recovery groups, training and employment coaching to make this possible.

Latest news

Help Scramm to help us!
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Our amazing charity partner, Scramm Live Escape Rooms in Banbury, are donating £5 to Restore for each room booked until the end of December 2021!   Be quick and book your room this Autumn   Thank you so much … Read more

Please take thirty seconds and vote for Restore – it’s free!
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LET’S BRAND THE BUS – RESTORE! Click here to vote (Entry 18) Mental ill-health affects at least one in four of us each year, and it is more important than ever that we support people with mental ill-health following on … Read more

Bike Oxford Challenge July 11th 2021
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Bike Oxford is a day of short, medium and long marked rides, taking in the best scenery of Oxford and the surrounding countryside. Are you up for a challenge and would love to raise some funds for Restore? To find … Read more

Announcement: New LGBT+ mental health course to be developed at the Oxfordshire Recovery College
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Today is Oxford Pride, and Restore is delighted to announce that we have won #WeAreOxford funding from the Oxford City Council to develop a new LGBT+ course at the Oxfordshire Recovery College in collaboration with LGBT+ Oxfordshire. Members of the … Read more

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