My happiness isn’t reliant on getting what I want but on being grateful for what I’ve been given
— Anonymous



We are involved in funds and awareness raising in areas that have direct effect on the chances of Recovery for those who seek it, this includes ways people may be introduced to Recovery and ways in which people will be able to maintain their Recovery journey. Our aims are to help promote 12 step abstinence within the wider community and help people who seek a better way of life find Recovery. We believe that 12 Step Recovery works best in community and that by helping each other, we help ourselves.

Community, Aspiration & Examples

For Recovery to be succesful and take hold, people in early recovery need community, aspiration and examples. Our first major project is to provide a safe place for people in all stages of Recovery and the general public to enjoy an alcohol free social space. We’re raising funds to help make this happen and you can read about our work so far here.




The following document has been developed to help organisations prepare individuals for 12 step fellowship by explaining some basic concepts and also setting out what they may expect to find at a 12 step meeting.
This document is freely available to any who may benefit by downloading:-

Supporting People into Recovery

The Trust recommends that any organisation wishing to use this document contact the specific fellowship and ask the appropriate team present to their staff. Most 12 step fellowships will have volunteers who provide service in this way.

The Trust recognises the concerns of many in 12 step Fellowships about the crossing of boundaries especially in relation to Fellowship Traditions. The Trust is fully appreciative of the Traditions and the wholly necessary reasons they exist. In this spirit the Trust neither seeks nor claims affiliation or endorsement from any 12 step organisation.