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North West Recovery Communities (NWRC) is the umbrella term to describe a range of activities, discussions, groups, drop in sessions, social events, partnerships and developments that take place within the community, organised, led and delivered by local people in recovery, their families, supporters and a range of staff from local services who work in partnership with the recovery communities networks. 

Drumpchapel Drop-In, St. Mark’s Church Hall, Kinfauns Drive,  G15 7BD 

Recovery Liaison, Hecla Square, Drumchapel G15 8NH 

Men’s Recovery Group, Whiteinch Centre,  1 Northinch Court G14 0UG 

Recovery Liaison, Possilpark Health & Care Centre, Saracen St ,Possil G22 5AP

Possil Drop In, Possilpoint,  130 Denmark Street G22 5LQ

NW Women’s Recovery Network, Anderson Kelvingrove Parish Church, Argyle St G3 8DS

ARC Aftercare Recovery Community Cafe, Whiteinch Centre, 1 Northinch Court, G14 OUG

Contact: NWRC 

(    0141 328 4578 



North East Recovery Community (NERC) is a constituted group that was formed in January 2014. 

The aims and objectives are “to promote the provision of good quality and flexible services, aimed at meeting the diverse needs of individuals seeking recovery in the North East sector of the city”. NERC’s ethos is “Together We Recover”. There are over sixty volunteers attached to the six therapeutic recovery cafés in the North East Sector:

  PARC, Addiction Recovery Café, Nazarene Church, 12-14 Burgher St Parkhead G31 4TB

  SPARC, Springburn Addiction Recovery Café, Kelvin College, 23 Flemington St, G21 4TD

  RENEW, Recovery Empowers North East Women, Calton Heritage Centre, 423 London Rd

  NERD Recovery Café, North East Recovery Day, Fuse Café Project, 1567 Shettleston Rd    

  Charlie Canning Centre  Drop-in, 181 Shettleston Rd, G31 5JL

  Sunday Social, Kelvin College, 1200 Westerhouse Rd Easterhouse  G34 9HZ

  Contact: NERC: 37 Main Street, Bridgeton Cross G40 1QB

  ( 0141 556 3951 OR 07806 688312