3-9 John Finnie St, Kilmarnock KA1 1BL

Groups & Activities

Write to Recovery

Thursday
14:00

Welcome to Write to Recovery

Embark on a journey of self-expression and healing with Write to Recovery, a creative writing group designed to support those on the path to recovery. Hosted every Thursday at 2 pm at EACH Recovery Matters, this group nurtures the writer in you, offering a safe and encouraging space to explore and articulate your experiences through words.

About Write to Recovery

Write to Recovery is guided by a professional tutor with extensive experience in creative writing and personal development. Whether you are new to writing or looking to polish your skills, this group is your gateway to discovering the therapeutic power of writing. Our sessions are structured to inspire creativity, foster personal growth, and enhance your communication skills in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.

What We Offer

  • Professional Guidance: Each session is led by our expert tutor who provides personalized feedback and tips to help you refine your writing style and voice.
  • Supportive Community: Connect with fellow group members who share the journey of recovery. Here, you can exchange ideas, receive encouragement, and build lasting relationships in a community that understands.
  • Publication Opportunities: For those interested in sharing their stories beyond the group, we offer support in submitting your work to recognised publications like AA’s Roundabout and CA’s NewsGram. This can be a rewarding opportunity to have your voice heard and contribute to the wider conversation on recovery.

Why Join Write to Recovery?

Writing can be an incredibly effective tool in the recovery process, providing a unique way to process and express emotions that may be difficult to articulate verbally. In Write to Recovery, you’ll gain:

  • A Therapeutic Outlet: Use the power of writing to navigate the complexities of your emotions and experiences.
  • Skill Development: Improve your writing with expert guidance and peer feedback.
  • A Sense of Achievement: Experience the pride that comes with creating something meaningful and, potentially, seeing your work published.

How to Join

Interested in joining Write to Recovery? You’re welcome to drop by any Thursday at 2pm to join a session. No prior registration is required—just bring your passion for writing and a willingness to explore your inner world through prose or poetry.

Weekly

Schedule

3-9 John Finnie St, Kilmarnock KA1 1BL

Updated Week Beginning:

13th May 2024
Find Us
Monday
12:30:
New Heights – Racquet Sports
14:30:
Medication Recovery and Me
19:00:
LGBTQ+ Wellbeing Group
Tuesday
10:00:
Community Gardening
12:30:
EACH Man Matters
14:30:
Models of Recovery
17:00:
Football Night (Rugby Park)
19:30:
Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Wednesday
09:30:
Recovery College
10:30:
Veterans Group
12:30:
Walk & Talk
19:00:
SMART Meeting
Thursday
09:30:
Recovery College
13:00:
Digital Support Drop-in Session
14:00:
Write to Recovery
19:30:
Cocaine Anonymous Meeting
Friday
13:00:
Survivors – Women’s Group
18:30:
New Beginnings – Family Support Group
Saturday
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Sunday
14:30:
Men Only Time