Supporting the needs of individuals, of the local community helping sustain recovery from multiple barriers.

Support in the local Community East Ayrshire

The Recovery Enterprises Scotland vision is for the support needs of individuals, family and friends and members of the local community looking to engage in, support and sustain recovery from multiple barriers. This will be achieved through providing resources, pathways and opportunities conducive to recovery.


Come along & get involved at the Foundations Café!! Providing low-cost quality food, enhancing engagement & opportunities

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Café Launch

Recovery Enterprises Scotland is delighted to announce the launch event of a recovery café on 1st November. We are reaching out to invite all stakeholders along to share in this key development and celebration. An opportunity to share the vision and ethos of the café; providing low cost quality home cooked food and creating a […]

Recovery Café developments

In learning on the Alliance funding award in September we quickly began to share our plans in implementing a recovery café in the coming months and being clear of the need for partner engagement from the outset, and a particular focus of engaging with people in recovery and families affected by addiction in being the […]

A matter of life & death- recovery in East Ayrshire

Prior to learning of the Alliance funding decision, we arranged with Someone Else’s Addiction (family support project) of jointly hosting a community event on 16th August 2019 in light of the continued trend of tragic deaths through drugs, alcohol and suicide within East Ayrshire.  This was an opportunity in bringing a range of key stakeholders […]

Progress to date

Through a successful business case funding application to Firstport, they awarded Start It grant funding; greatly supporting us in establishing legal structures, insurance cover, venue hire, promotional items and website development.  The initial 6-month period involved raising the profile of the company, meeting with a range of prospective partners, scoping needs and gaps in local […]

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