Our South Oxfordshire Recovery Group is closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Our Recovery Project members are to receive an individually tailored phone support call on the days they are due to attend the recovery groups.

Members have the option to phone for additional support if there are any concerns between 11.00am-3.00pm each working day.

Our staff will provide individual phone support depending on your individual needs. This might include:

  • Signposting to online support groups
  • Signposting to benefit support, food banks, volunteering opportunities, and any social networks
  • Discussing relevant recovery goals, e.g. maintaining wellbeing, creativity, exercise, good eating, maintaining contact with friends/family
  • Sharing news and tips from staff, and the other Recovery Groups
  • Sharing information to help you prepare for the resumption of regular life, i.e. maximising job readiness,

It is important that we maintain our connection with one another during your recovery journey.

Although government guidelines necessitate that we practice ‘social distancing’ physically for the time being, we understand the importance of maintaining social contact in other ways. Please connect with us on our social pages (the links are at in the footer), and keep up-to-date with any news developments on our website.

Based in Didcot, we offer opportunities to socialise and learn new skills in horticulture, woodwork, arts and crafts. Members have been cultivating our two-acre site, which includes an orchard and vegetable beds, since 2005. Members decide together what activities they will do.

Members have opportunities to gain insight into their strengths and consider positive changes they want 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.

The Group is open between 9am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday (women only on Fridays). Lunch is provided. From 3pm to 4.30pm there is an optional peer support and social group.

Members usually attend one or two days a week.

Fill out a Referral Form and someone from Restore will contact you.

The Group meets at Fleet Meadow, which is less than a mile from Didcot town centre. The site has good public transport links, disabled access and car parking. For members who are unable to get here otherwise, we offer a minibus service.

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