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Recovery and Justice Support (Midlothian)

Peer support for people aged 18 and over with substance use problems who want to work towards positive mental wellbeing.

It’s an informal approach to support and lasts up to eight months.

The service also offers: 

  • a weekly drop-in focusing on activities, socialising and informal discussions around addiction and mental wellbeing.
  • a dedicated women’s peer support worker, who can offer support, information and guidance to women with substance use problems, criminal justice and/or mental health difficulties in Midlothian.

New online drop-in

A new weekly drop in on Mondays between 1pm - 2.30pm on Zoom to assist people in recovery with self-management tips and offer peer support.

How to access the service

You can self-refer or be referred by someone else.

Once we hear from you, we will be in touch to let you know more about the service and to make sure it’s the right service for you.

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