News and Events

Latest news and events from FAVOR. If you want to find out more information about what we’re up to please get in contact.

G11- Our 11th Drug Death Awareness event

Watch Natalie Logan Mclean  reflect on what we started back in July 2019 – (What turned into monthly events) and how she feels about the Drug death situation now. The link will be posted 26/6/20

G9 – Our 9th Drug death awareness event,Covid 19 response

Our 9th monthly event can be viewed here. Faces & Voice of Recovery UK 9th Monthly Drug death event COVID 19 Response 12 noon till 2.30pm 17th April 2020 Leadership figures from across the UK each gave a 10 min presentation on what they are doing to limit the catastrophic effects of COVID 19 12

G10 – 10th Monthly Drug Death Awareness Event

Please see the link below to our 10th Monthly Drug Death Summitt   The “new normal” for alcohol & Drug services Post COVID19 May 29th 12noon till 2.30pm   We are asked folks to go out on a limb here and let us know potentially what you think may happen both negative & positive.     Faces & Voice of Recovery UK 10th

G8 – 8th Monthly Drug Death awareness event – Rehab saved my life!

Just before we went into lockdown we held our 8th monthly drug death awareness event – click on the link to watch the stories of recovery and discussion afterwards. 13th of March 6pm till 8pm at Abbeycare Murdostoun Castle, Murdostoun Rd, Wishaw ML2 9BY.     6 x10 min shared from people from whom Rehab saved

FAVOR UK and Newcastle City Council to postpone the planned 2020 walk to September 2021.

“In July 2019 Newcastle were successful in their bid to partner with Faces and Voices of Recovery UK (@FAVORUK) to host the 2020 UK Recovery Walk event and conference. However, due to the current national situation with Covid-19 and the Government lock down restrictions that are in place the decision has been made by FAVOR

On line and phone meetings to keep us connected NO MATTER WHAT!

We will add to this page as and when we can but for now On line and phone meetings to keep us connected NO MATTER WHAT! Twelve Step Recovery: Narcotics Anonymous – http://www.nabyphone.com/ or  https://online.ukna.org/ Alcoholics Anonymous – http://aaphonemeetings.org/  or https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/AA-Meetings/Find-a-Meeting/ Cocaine Anonymous – https://www.ca-online.org/ or https://meetings.cocaineanonymous.org.uk/meetings/?tsml-type=ONLINE Adult Children of Alcoholics – https://adultchildren.org/  or http://www.adultchildrenofalcoholics.co.uk/meetings_online.html Al-Anon – https://www.phonemeetings.org/ or https://al-anon.org/al-anon-meetings/electronic-meetings/ SMART Recovery: https://www.smartrecovery.org/smart-…/smart-recovery-online/ Jewish Addiction Awareness Network: https://www.jaanetwork.org/resources/jewish-resources.php

Politicians need to work together to tackle the drug crisis as they are doing to fight Coronavirus.

Drug death campaigners have said politicians should stop playing political football and work together to tackle the drug crisis as they are doing to fight Coronavirus. FAVOR Scotland have said that while tackling coronavirus must be Scotland and the UK’s top priority, politicians must adopt a similar cross-party approach to tackle drug deaths. This evening,

Sign our statement in support of drug consumption rooms

Please email annemarie@facesandvoicesofrecoveryuk.org if you wish your signature or organisation to be added. Drug consumption rooms are one harm reduction intervention in 23 recommendations from FAVOR Scotland’s Report, Working together to challenge stigma & save lifes that could help with the rising drug death crisis.   Public Health England have reviewed the best available evidence for Drug

Drug action group: ‘furious’ response if governments play politics

Drug action group: ‘furious’ response if governments play politics Favor Scotland have warned the Scottish and UK governments to expect a “furious” response from the families of drug death victims if they play political football at the drug summits in Glasgow this week. As part of their campaign, ‘You Keep Talking, We Keep Dying’, Favor

G7 – Our 7th Monthly Gathering

Favor Scotland to plant 200 crosses on Valentine’s Day for drug death victims Drug death campaign group Favor Scotland will plant 200 crosses this Valentine’s Day to remember those lost to drug-related deaths in the last few months alone. Favor (Faces and Voices of Recovery) will hold their seventh monthly gathering at Springburn Parish Church