Full Circle Recovery

The First Step Is To Take One

We are a supported living project based in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.

We offer housing for adults who desire to live in a substance–free environment.

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Recovery in action.

Residents who are committed to recovery are provided with a safe, structured and supported living environment that fosters personal, spiritual and emotional growth.

We are here to help.

If you have any questions about how we help support you or someone or you know in recovery please get in touch.

Our Services

Recovery based living

We offer a number of services to help support you on your journey to recovery - which includes appropriate signposting. If you would like to find out more about how we can help support you please get in touch.

Supported housing


In this together.

We provide structured recovery housing to those who wish to live a sober life. Our houses provide a safe and positive living environment to all who need it. From daily welfare checks to weekly house meetings and random alcohol and drug tests.

Counselling


Professional talking therapy.

Giving up addiction is half the battle in our experience. We provide counselling sessions to help you through the emotions and struggles that you may have experienced or experiencing.

Group Work


We learn from each other.

We work the 12 step programme of recovery in all our groups. Recovery is about learning from our shared experiences. From weekly house meetings to group activities.

Life Coaching


Supporting you in your vision for your future.

Recovery is all about moving into the light from the darkness. We can help support you in whatever your vision for yourself looks like. Rebuilding on solid foundations you can achieve anything you wish to.

Get help

One day at a time.

Full Circle Recovery is a supported living project  that was set up in 2021 to help people a way out of the cycle of drug or alcohol addiction.

A common understanding.

Our strength is built upon shared life experiences. We understand addiction because we have lived it. Each story is different but in our programme we have a common solution. Giving you a tailored programme ranging from practical to emotional support.

Reach out to us

Are you or someone you know in need of support?

Fill out our self referral form to get your life’s journey started. If you need help or assistance in completing your form please contact us and we can help talk you through it.

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Are you a Healthcare professional?

If you are completing a referral form on behalf of your client please complete and submit the referral form and we will get back in touch with you.

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Our Programme

Lived Experience

So what does recovery mean? More importantly, what does this mean to you? Everybody’s journey and story is different. We are all unique but we have all found a common solution.

A day in the life of a Full Circle Recovery family member.

Meet Sarah.

"Recovery for me has been an awakening for my soul and keeping it simple and practicing what is suggested to me has helped me through my darkest of days. 

In recovery I know I have the full support of my peers and all the experienced support workers because they understand where I have been and what challenges I am experiencing on a daily basis.

Regular welfare checks enable me to explain where exactly I am today. It gives me a sense of freedom to know that I really am not alone in this and the burdens of mind are lifted.  

The family spirit and the want and need for others to succeed in their recovery has helped massively. Spot checks on alcohol and drugs just reassure me that I am on the right path in my recovery.

Regardless of whatever my addiction I know I am able to plug into the 12 step programme of recovery which is structured daily living. I’ve always wanted to help others but because of my addiction this has always been clouded. The life coaching and counselling sessions have helped me realise how to manage my thoughts on a daily basis. This took time but I truly feel that this programme works.

Recovery for me is the most important thing to me as it is a design for living. By working my programme of recovery and sharing my experience with others in and out of addiction I learn about myself everyday.

Group support and outdoor activities here mean I can actually learn to laugh and build real and genuine relationships with fellows who understand me for me."

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