Kennedy Street and FiM

Jim our Recovery through Nature lead as well as some of our service users from Langdon Hills will be attending a Facebook Live over on @kennedystcio page on Friday 30th April @ 12pm to discuss how Futures in Mind and our RtN groups have been an integral part of their recovery.


What’s Kennedy Street?

Kennedy street offer support and signposting to people interested in addiction recovery. If you are looking for recovery support or treatment, for yourself, a friend, family or work member, Kennedy Street can help.

Start your recovery journey now, call: 02034 163 643

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Author: Laura Balerdi
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