Welcome to the Bury Recovery Hub

Recovery is about moving forward in life; embracing new opportunities, making decisions, learning new skills and taking control so that lives are free from the negative and crippling effects of addiction.

We take recovery seriously at One Recovery Bury (yes, recovery is so fundamental that it is part of our name), we don’t think treatment for alcohol and drug addiction stops when you become abstinent; it’s ensuring you stay abstinent. Once you have completed structured treatment in our service, you will be signposted to the recovery hub. The whole point of our recovery hub is to provide activities and courses to make sure you’re able to tackle the next steps in your life with the confidence and knowledge, without worrying about former mistakes you made and thinking your life won’t be the same without the ‘old crutch’ of alcohol and drugs, and rise to the challenges that you’ll face.

  • 24/7 online mental health and wellbeing support for residents in Bury

    If you are feeling down, anxious, stressed, confused, or simply need someone to talk to, you can access safe, anonymous support online 24/7 from Big White Wall.

    On Big White Wall, you can share experiences with people who feel the same as you and express yourself in words and images. There is also...

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  • One Recovery Bury Launches New Mental Health Programme

    Mind Matters Launches in Bury

    This week sees the official launch of One Recovery Bury’s ‘Mind Matters’ programme.

    Mind Matters is an innovative mental health based programme, and is designed to help clients improve their confidence and emotional wellbeing, with a particular...

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  • How can digital technology boost One Recovery

    At One Recovery we’re always striving to enhance our service offer; improving services users’ lives and allowing them the best possible chance to realise their goals and ambitions.  As digital technologies influence are increasingly growing in our daily lives, it makes sense to see how digital can...

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  • 22DEC 1pm - 4pm

    The ORB Xmas Party #RecoveryXmas

    Head along to the ORB for some Christmas cheer!

    On Thursday 22nd December the ORB in Bury will be hosting a Christmas party, promoting recovery and celebrating the festive season.

    There will be plenty of mince pies on offer, and will showcase the fun you can have this Christmas...

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  • #RecoveryXmas – An alternative take on our Christmas Appeal

    An alternative, but just as important, take on our Christmas Appeal – read on to read this funny and thought provoking piece by Brian Rooney, a volunteer from One Recovery Bury and part of the service user run Klick Klak film production group in Bury.

    The following is a conversation overheard in...

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  • 5DEC 7pm

    One Recovery Bury Channel Their Inner Hitchcock

    One Recovery Bury Film Screening

    Our inspirational One Recovery Bury-based film collective Klik Klak have made two short films. They will be shown at 7pm Monday 5th December at Nexus Arts Café – 2 Dale St, Manchester M1 1JW. The shorts will be followed by a Q&A which...

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  • Volunteering at One Recovery

    Want to make a difference? Want to help sustain recovery communities?

    Well this may be the opportunity for you.  One Recovery Bury is looking for volunteers, particularly helping out in our recovery hub. We offer a range of roles, and work flexibly with you to make sure you get as much from the experience...

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  • Alcohol Awareness Week – Alcohol & Depression

    Alcohol, do we know the facts?

    Every day we see the impact of hazardous, dangerous and dependent alcohol consumption - we see lives severely affected by addiction, its health and social impacts and the devastating harm it causes to families and relationships.  However, we work in...

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  • Bury Volunteers Promote Alcohol Awareness Week

    On a grey and drizzly Saturday, volunteers from One Recovery Bury braved the rain to support Alcohol Awareness Week.  Alcohol Awareness Week aims to promote the dangers of hazardous alcohol consumption and the resulting implications, particularly in regards to health.

    Armed with a raft of leaflets...

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  • Alcohol Awareness Week – Alcohol & Cancer

    Alcohol, do we know the facts?

    Every day we see the impact of hazardous, dangerous and dependent alcohol consumption - we see lives severely affected by addiction, its health and social impacts and the devastating harm it causes to families and relationships.  However, we work in...

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