Drug and Alcohol Mutual Aid Peer support at all stages of recovery

Mutual Aid is a set of community groups arranged to act as a support network for those going through recovery. They act as peer mentor style support with attendees at all stages of their recovery acting as a support network for each other. The benefit of this is that those further along in their recovery journeys can offer advice to those who are new to recovery as well as provide hope for sustained recovery.

Locally there are a range of mutual aid groups (see schedule in table below) provided by a range of organisations including the MAP groups provided by With You in Cornwall:

Meeting schedule

What groups are available locally?MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
MAP groups through With You (4 online)1 (Bude)2 (Falmouth & Truro) Arts & crafts group after Truro meeting
1 (online)
1 (online) national, open to all2 (Redruth & St Austell)1 (Truro) Recovery cafe afterwards
1 (online)
Cocaine Anonymous (10 online for Devon and Cornwall) https://meetings.cocaineanonymous.org.uk/meetings/?tsml-day=any&tsml-query=cornwall11
Drug Addicts Anonymous
11 (online)
Marijuana Anonymous (online only as no local in-person meetings)
21 (newcomers meeting)23 (including LGBTQ+ meeting)112
Families Anonymous (1 online Camborne)1
Al-anon (WhatsApp group by Truro AA)21111

For more information on the meetings above use the links in the table or contact With You on 0333 2000 325.