Ibrox Community Recovery (South Community Recovery Network)
Ibrox Community Recovery is a peer-led group which provides facilities and support to individuals and families who wish to access and maintain recovery from drug and alcohol dependence.
It was launched in the summer of 2015 after discussions between SCRN, Glasgow HCP and Health Improvement, which identified a gap for an aftercare drop-in to sustain and continue the positive relationships and message of recovery.
Rangers Charity Foundation provide the premises where experienced volunteers with lived experience support individuals in the local community to access wider routes to recovery.
Group meets each Monday 6.30pm-8.30pm and includes Acu-detox, massage therapy, table tennis, x-box consoles, training and volunteering, free computers and internet.
Free rolls, soup, fruit, tea, coffee and biscuits
- Community Groups (Recovery friendly)