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.
Supporting Greater Manchester Police’s Month of Action on Domestic Abuse
One Recovery Bury are supporting GMP month of action on domestic abuse. Domestic abuse is an issue that can be heavily influenced by addiction and misuse of substances. No individual should be put in a position whereby they feel vulnerable, attacked and humiliated –...Read More
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Bridging the Gap Graduation
One Recovery Bury’s innovative pre-employment programme, Bridging the Gap, will be hosting a graduation on Friday 9th September to celebrate the achievements of all those who have completed the course.
The graduation is...Read More
One Recovery Bury Walk the Length of Britain for UK Recovery Month
One Recovery Bury will be walking from John O’Groats to Land’s End during September to celebrate UK Recovery Month. However, this isn’t your usual walk, participants don’t need to leave Bury.Read More
Everyone taking part will be issued with pedometers with the goal of walking the equivalent distance...
Welcome – Please Read
Welcome to the Recovery page, I’m Jess Mann, One Recovery Bury’s Recovery Hub Coordinator, and I’m here to tell you a bit about what’s going on in recovery in Bury.
The ORB Recovery Hub opened in May 2015 as an exciting new...Read More
Short Film Challenge
The ORB is hosting a 4 week taster course in film making with local production company, Glass Eye. So if you would you like to star in, write or help create a one minute film that might be showcased across Greater Manchester, get in touch with Jess Mann on 0161 761 7826 or 07815 497 886. The course starts on the 4th August and there are limited spaces available, so be quick! Download the poster below for details.Download
Sound. Freedom of choice or no room at the inn?
I recently heard a well-known broadcaster, radio host, football eccentricities expert, TV meddler and wise-ass say that he’s heard enough good music. Well, nobody likes a wise-ass, don’t you know.Read More
Download the timetable for the ORB recovery hub.Download