RECOVERY & SUPPORT
The aim of Recovery & Support is to provide a range of one-to-one and group therapeutic activities for our young people to support their positive recovery journeys.
We are currently running weekly Art Nights on Thursdays and Game Nights on Fridays. We also have our Mountain Biking Project Trail Therapy which is about to re launch in March. You can find out more about them below.
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Our Hub Nights are providing a new array of weekly activities for anyone aged 12 to 20, who live, work or study in Dundee. Running from Tuesday to Friday every week we have Art, Photography and Games Nights, with the intention to expand and facilitate new groups or activities that our participants are interested in.
Click here to sign up today!
Feeling Strong has partnered up with “Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland” to bring you: Trail Therapy! Join us for six weeks of cycling through trails in Dundee led by a mountain biking expert with support from Feeling Strong volunteers.
Spaces are incredibly limited on this project so email email@example.com to sign up now!
To celebrate the Year of Stories 2022 and funded by the William Syson Foundation, New Fables was a ten-week art project that aimed to reconnect our young people with the strange and unusual tales of Dundee's social history.
During the project, our young people visited a range of historic landmarks in Dundee alongside creative sessions exploring why we use fables and art to understand the world around us. These sessions culminated in 4 printmaking workshops at the DCA where our young people created their own print inspired by the stories told during New Fables combined with their experiences.
Click here to view a digital copy of our project Zine!
Making Waves was our 2020 art based recovery project. It involved taking 15 young people around the coasts and waters of Scotland and creating mixed-media artworks in response.
The purpose of this project was to highlight the positive impacts both water landscapes and art can have on our mental health and wellbeing.
This project was supported by NatureScot, through the Plunge In! The Coasts and Waters Community Fund.