FAVOR UK

AN ADDICTION CHARITY PROMOTING RECOVERY 

UK Registered Charity No SC043061

We are a national charity made up of individuals in recovery, their friends, families and community recovery organisations.

Find out more about Favor and the services we offer

Faces & Voices of Recovery UK is part of a worldwide policy advocacy movement that is taking on issues of discrimination, social justice and service access

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JOIN THE UK RECOVERY WALK 2022

UK Recovery Walk 2022 will be held this year in Newcastle at Exhibition Park on 17th September 2022.

We cant wait to see you all there.

 

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UK RECOVERY MONTH

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Become part of FAVOR and help people find recovery. Learn how to advocate in your community and add your voice to the recovery movement.

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Advocacy Project 6 Month Report

In 2021 we made the case despite substantial opposition & were awarded via the Corra foundation funding to deliver what we believe was a desperately needed advocacy service. Our belief & need has been proved greater than we anticipated. Without any real launch...

Bidding Process open to host the UK Recovery Walk

We are now open to notes of interest and applications for the hosting of The UK Recovery Walk in 2023. Bidding Process for to Host the UK Recovery Walk Applying to host The UK Recovery Walk is a two-step process: Note Of InterestBidding Specification...

5 Point Pledge for Election Candidates

Its really simple, Alcohol and other drugs related death across the UK is deeply worrying with the leading cause of deaths for people aged 20-49 being due to addiction and mental ill health. Sadly, there are 70 alcohol-related deaths & at least 17 Drug related...

The Shortcoming is in me, NOT the programme!

I have navigated the 12-step community for nearly two decades, and in that time I have witnessed countless people and families being returned to health. These many life changing events have placed me in a position where I can never doubt the efficacy of the 12-step...

Mythbusting The Bill

Click here to see our Mythbusting booklet

The Right to Recovery Consultation Closes

For Immediate release FAVOR UK and it's partners would like to thank everyone who has met with us over the last 3 months regarding our Right to Recovery Bill . We wish to extend an extra thanks to those who took part in the consultation with an open mind to what it...

FAVOR UK Christmas Message 2021

  I have worked in this field for over 2 decades. I have worked across the length & breadth of the UK. During that time, on the ground in service delivery, operations management & strategic planning regionally, nationally & even internationally. I am...

The Right to Recovery Bill Consultation Response

Please feel free to use a s much or as little of the suggested responses below a syou like and please share with your friends and family to also respons. The more responses we have the better.   ll responses should be received no later than 11.59pm on Wednesday...

Addictions, Poverty, Housing and Homelessness – We have rights, Right?

Addictions, Poverty, Housing and Homelessness – we have rights, right? Over the last 2 years our campaign work has taken us in directions we never expected. One of those paths led to working with new partners, including Shelter Scotland, to ensure people suffering...

Drug Deaths kicked into the long grass again

Of Course another year of hand wringing, statements, nice words & Drug Deaths have been kicked into the long grass yet again. Why? Because of the class of people who are dying. The national figures say it's our people in the poorest parts of Scotland that are 18...

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