CRI is hosting an open day at its West Kent Recovery Service in Tonbridge this Wednesday [6th March] inviting members of the public to visit and learn more about how it is helping to support and treat people in the local community struggling with addiction.
The Mayor and Mayoress of Tonbridge and Malling, Dave and Mary Davis will arrive at 9.45am to officially launch the open day which will take place on the 1st floor, 133 High Street in Tonbridge from 10am-2pm.
The open day will give local residents an opportunity to meet staff, volunteers and service users who will share their incredible stories of hope and aspiration. A special Recovery Journey Exhibition featuring paintings, creative writing and photographs by service users and volunteers will be exhibited on the 2nd floor.
Lee Ashmore, CRI West Kent services manager said: “We’re excited to be able to educate the public on who we are and what we do to help people in the local community struggling with addiction. I encourage anyone interested in learning more about addiction, volunteering or community services, to come along and hear first-hand stories of hope and aspiration.”
Kent County Council has commissioned CRI’s West Kent Recovery Service to provide a range of treatment and rehabilitation services in partnership with Sussex Partnership Foundation NHS Trust and RSA. The service supports people struggling with addiction and their family and friends, and is free, confidential and available to anyone 18 or over who lives in West Kent.
For more information on the open day and West Kent Recovery Service, please contact Paul or Becs on 01732 367 380 or visit www.cri.org.uk/westkentrecovery
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