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Who we are and what we do...

S2R Support to Recovery is an independent mental health and wellbeing charity, providing support across Kirklees through a range of social wellness opportunities, nature based and creative activities.


 "Thank you so much 
ffor today. I didn't expect 
fit to be so fascinating!" 

 "It really helped hearing a 
fvoice from S2R - it instantly 
fmade me feel less trapped." 

 "This group hasf
fbeen life-changing andf
fI really mean that!" 

What we can offer you...

We offer a wide range of opportunities for people to get creative, learn new skills, improve their wellbeing and discover the great outdoors. Our workshops and courses include aromatherapy, gardening, sewing, physical and mental health, wellbeing and outdoor activities, all delivered in safe and friendly environments.

How you can get involved...

We have an open access approach, so anyone can participate in our group activities and you don't need a mental health diagnosis to take part. Take a look at our What's On page to find out about all of our upcoming workshops and to view or download the latest edition of our monthly activities schedule.


If you are new to S2R, you will need to fill out our application / referral form before joining in with sessions. You can do this online using the button below or, if you'd prefer, we can do it in-person at your first session.

Our mission...

Our mission is to promote positive mental health and wellbeing to people in our community. We believe that appropriate support and information will lead to progress towards personal resilience and meaningful life outcomes for those who experience mental health difficulties, their families and their carers.

We are one of the commissioned Community Adult Mental Health service providers from the voluntary sector in Kirklees.
Our aim is work together better to improve community mental health services, to ensure services are accessible to all, to enable and create independence and resilience, to increase positive outcomes for people in our services, and to increase prevention and early intervention work. 
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