361 Sober

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This group will start meeting at Storyhouse from Friday 3 September.

Welcome to 361 Sober Chester. This Friday night LGBTQ+ sober safe space will be hosted by our 361 Sober host Alice Smith.

Alice is the founder of 361 Life Support and started 361 Sober online (Sunday evenings 6 – 7.30pm) to find mutual support and continue in her own sobriety (4 years.) 361 Life Support is a 100% survivor led organisation. We ask – victim, survivor, what lies beyond? After lockdown, we are now officially Beyond.

We are excited to be creating 361 Sober face to face groups in Chester and Birmingham to give the LGBTQ+ community (and allies) a safe sober space to think about our drinking. 361 Sober follows the award winning 361 Recovery programme. The sessions include activities and group discussions and aim to provide you with a wide range of tools to help in your mental health recovery and your sobriety.

Come along to our Orientation meeting on Friday 3 September 7 – 8.30pm and find out more about us. Spaces are limited. To sign up, please head to 361 Sober.

Duration

Approx 90 mins

Upcoming events

Friday 24 September 7pm Meeting Room
Friday 1 October 7pm Meeting Room
Friday 5 November 7pm Meeting Room
Friday 12 November 7pm Meeting Room
Friday 19 November 7pm Meeting Room
Friday 26 November 7pm Meeting Room

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