Collaborative Routes to Recovery

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Collaborative Routes to Recovery (CRR) is a service for people who are having difficulty engaging with counselling due to a life problem or crisis and are in need of more practical hands on support. CRR can help people to identify and voice their difficulties and help them to access the most appropriate service(s) needed to resolve their situation. People experience a wide variety of life issues that could relate to housing, benefits, finances, medical difficulties or applications.

Some people may also feel anxiety about accessing services and we can support them with this, for example accompanying them to appointments. When people reach a point where they have overcome their difficulties, they will move on to counselling support within TCA. Sometimes people will participate in counselling at the same time as accessing the CRR service, depending on what is right for them and their individual situation.

For more information see the Tayside Council on Alcohol website.