Making Recovery Real resources

Making Recovery Real from the Scottish Recovery Network gives people with lived experience of mental health difficulties the opportunity to be at the centre of decision-making, service design and practice development in their local community.

First piloted in Moray and Dundee, Making Recovery Real focuses on the creation of conditions in which people, including professionals and people with lived experience, can work and learn together to identify and prioritise what should happen in their community to support mental health and recovery.

The Making Recovery Real approach is helping to realise a genuine change in power dynamics and has provided a platform for conversations about what mental health recovery really means for local people.

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