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  • Scottish Recovery Consortium Community Conversations

    Created: 24/04/2024
    News/Events Category: Consultations
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    Scottish Recovery Consortium is delighted to be holding a national consultation event in Fife. This is for people with lived experience to discuss the Draft Charter of Rights for people affected by substance use.

    Are you someone whose life has been affected by substance use, including alcohol? Then they want to invite you to take part in their events. This consultation is relevant to all our lives, and they want to ensure the voice of lived experience is heard loud and clear. Please come along and have your say.

    Please make sure you read the Draft Charter and come along and tell them what you think. Can it be made better? Does it go far enough? Can you think of any problems that they should be sharing with the Scottish Government? Maybe you want to learn more about how this is relevant to your life. 

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    Click here to book your place.

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