Catterick Garrison is where you’ll find our recovery centre for the North of the UK. The centre is accessible to all wounded, injured and sick personnel and their loved ones. Whether they’re still serving or a Veteran.
The relaxed atmosphere promotes general wellbeing, and residents are encouraged to undertake their own recovery programmed under the guidance of specialist staff. This may involve welfare advice, psychological wellbeing support, educational courses, sporting activities and/or involvement in Fellowship events. These activities are designed to improve personal independence, raise morale, and develop camaraderie with others who have been injured or become sick.
The centre’s facilities support the recovery process. These include classrooms and an IT suite, training kitchens, an art room and wood workshop, a gym with specialist equipment and health and wellbeing rooms.
We recognise that the North of England & Scotland are big regions. As well as being able to access the Recovery Centre here in Catterick, we take recovery services out into the community to allow more people the opportunity to be supported, in more places more of the time.
In each community, we work with local partners to bring the essence of what is on offer in the Recovery Centre to life in that area. Each month, We aim to sign post visitors to activities or events we are delivering –so they can drop in to take part in free wellbeing activities, receive careers advice & Fellowship to enjoy conversation with comrades over a coffee.
How do I contact the Recovery team in the North of England & Scotland?
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