Recovery Cymru is a peer-led, self-help, mutual aid recovery community for people in or seeking recovery from substance use problems. It runs two open access recovery centres in South Wales (7 days per week across the two centres and two evenings); a comprehensive timetable of peer led groups; telephone recovery support; recovery coaching and social activities.

Its 'volunteering in recovery' programme is central to its model, not only because it assists people to embed recovery and gain social and employability skills, but also because it is vital in contributing to its peer model and sustainability. It runs a ‘flat hierarchy’ and social learning model.

It is  proud to have been the first recovery community of its kind in Wales, and to be pioneering the first consortium approach to delivering aftercare and recovery support with treatment providers.