THE BEYOND RECOVERY JOURNEY
This section of our site gives a short history of the development of Beyond Recovery to date. To find out our exciting plans for the future, please click here to go to our news and events page.
Beyond Recovery’s journey started in 2014 with rarket research and testing; we developed our practice, both groupwork and individual, with the Coventry Recovery Community. The following year, Beyond Recovery was officially incorporated as a Community Interest Company. Over the last three years, we have grown rapidly working in a wide range of criminal justice and community settings; spreading our Three Principles practice around the world and developing an evidence base for our practice.
2018 will see us develop new programmes (including smoking cessation) and extend our support to prisoners on their release back into the community.
OUR JOURNEY SO FAR…
THE NEXT PHASE
Founded in 2015, Beyond Recovery is a social enterprise whose mission is to revolutionise the way addiction and mental health are viewed and treated. Our timeline shows the key milestones in the Beyond Recovery journey so far.
Jacqueline talks about why she started Beyond Recovery; how everything gets created from nothing and how once we get out of our own way, we see we are always in the flow of life.
See the difference Beyond Recovery has made to a number of our beneficiaries. A series of case studies, with more testimonies in beneficiaries’ own words in preparation.
What I love most about Jacqueline is her unwavering passion and enthusiasm for the work she does and the people she works with. Jacqueline is dedicated to supporting not just the vulnerable but anyone who walks into her life. She’s a very genuine, very warm lovely woman and I’ve learnt so much about myself, about business and about working with others through working with Jacqueline.Anna Debenham
I have worked with Jacqueline as a facilitator on the training we do in Prison in Onley, Rugby. I have loved working alongside Jacqueline, she has a wonderful ‘can-do’ attitude which is infectious. She encourages and develops us. Her work has had amazing effects on the prisoners and the staff and many of the staff already comment how much positive effect the work has had on the prisoners and their attitude day to day.Susan Marmot
Beyond Recovery are revolutionising the way we understand and treat addiction and mental health. I can’t say enough good things about the incredible work they are doing, and this is just the beginning! Jacqueline is an inspiration. I am proud to be associated with Beyond Recovery and it is a delight and a privilege to work with her.Paul Lock