We are really pleased to announce our brand new partnership with Recoverlution.
Recoverlution is the world’s first recovery platform. Its goal is to shine a light on the positive and transformative power of recovery, and how it can change lives for good. This not only means helping the world to understand what recovery is but also getting more people into recovery sooner and helping them stay in recovery for longer.
“Our mission at Recoverlution has always been to make recovery accessible to everyone who needs it, and we’re delighted to have formed three new partnerships that will help us to do just that,” said Daniel Fincham, Founder of Recoverlution. “What’s more, these partnerships will help us to spread the word amongst the public that addiction recovery services aren’t just for crisis points; recovery is a life-long, transformative journey that helps people survive and thrive.”
Our national mental health database HUB OF HOPE which helps people find free local help, will become embedded into the Recoverlution platform.
We believe HUB OF HOPE is a perfect mental health tool to pair with Recoverlution, which brings together essential addiction health services to help, support, wellness + community in one place.
Jake Mills, CEO and Founder of Chasing the Stigma, said: “I am delighted Chasing the Stigma is partnering with Recoverlution, which is leading the digital way for addicts to take charge of their own recovery by bringing together services, community and wellness into one place. This partnership will be important in helping us create a consistent message around giving people a choice on how to find and access mental health support whenever, wherever you are.”
The announcement, which coincides with International Recovery Month and International Recovery Day (30th September), is supported by ex-footballer and recovering addict Paul Merson who is an ambassador for Recoverlution.
Paul Merson, ex-footballer and Ambassador of Recoverlution, said: “As someone on their own complex recovery journey, I’m pleased to be supporting Recoverlution in its championing of Recovery Month, and am really looking forward to working with these new partners to help change how recovery and mental health is viewed by the public.”