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Shaping Recovery in Scotland: 23 May

Join us for a practical learning session as we share findings from an in-depth evaluation of our programme of work.

Over the past two years we’ve been working with Habitus Collective to evaluate our work and better understand its impacts.

Rather than just producing a report we want to provide the opportunity for wider reflection on the evaluation findings. To create a space for our partners for discussion and questions. To explore how we can continue to work with you to shape recovery in Scotland.

The evaluation report will be sent to you before the event.

Stages of change tool

As a practical learning session, you’ll have an opportunity to use the ‘stages of change tool’. Used across our work this tool helps us to better understand the needs of our partners. It plays an important role in determining the most effective activities and approaches to help you to make recovery real.

You’ll be able to take away this tool to use for your own self-reflection. It’s a great resource to help empower any change you are attempting locally with community groups, organisations and services.

We hope to see your there!

Book your place

This informal online event takes place online from 10.00 – 11:15 on Thursday 23 May 2024.

Please note

This event is free and for people living or working in Scotland in line with our funding commitments. Learning from events will be shared in our and on the Peer Recovery Hub. There are currently some scam comments appearing on Facebook encouraging people to buy tickets directly from them for money. Please ignore these scams and DO NOT give them any money.

Online security and wellbeing

We will be using the video conferencing tool Zoom for this event. Your online security and wellbeing are our utmost priority. We will send out a secure Zoom link and welcome pack ahead of the event.

If you would rather call into this event on your phone (audio access) we can accommodate this – you can request this on the registration form.

Accessibility

Scottish Recovery Network supports #CommunicationForAll. If you have any accessibility or communication needs that would help you take part please let us know.

If you require BSL interpretation or an Electronic Notetaker we need to know at least 2 weeks in advance of the event date so we can arrange this.

If you have any further questions contact 0300 323 9956 or info@scottishrecovery.net

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