COVID 19 Specific Resources

Here are some COVID 19 specific addiction/recovery resources that we have assembled. If you would like to add to this, please contact us. Please note that all the links on this page are external to this site:

CAP Kick Start

A free resource for churches. These bitesize video sessions are designed to help people in your community move forward in life. The videos cover a range of subjects from debt, mental health and addiction and are designed as a starting point to get people talking. Find out more here:

DB Recovery

The team at DB Recovery+ News have collated the most useful items from their regular newsletters, specifically for people involved in getting others into recovery and keeping them there: DB Recovery COVID resources

Thrive Today

Thrive Today is a Christian organisation that trains people in the skills that make relationships work. They are committed to helping Professionals, Leaders, Parents and Marriages by training people in 19 relational skills. Their webinars include ‘Peace in a Pandemic’, ‘Navigating the Unexpected’ and ‘Piloting Politics’. Check them out here:

ISSUP Webinars

ISSUP Webinars provide opportunities for those working in substance use prevention, treatment and recovery to learn and develop through being in direct contact with experts.
Subjects for Webinars include: ‘The rapidly changing composition of the world’s drug supply and it’s effect on high risk for Covid 19’ as well as ‘Families and Substance Use during Covid 19’.
Or subscribe to their YouTube Channel here:

WFAD Papers

Read COVID 19 specific papers on the website of the World Federation Against Drugs. Papers include ‘Policy Papers on migrant communities and Covid 19 responses in sub-saharan Africa’  written by ISAAC Africa key contact Ikenna Molobe. They have also got member updates that can serve as case studies, found here:

(UK only) Zoom Recovery Groups – KEYS Community Detox

Every Tuesday at 7:30pm via Zoom

KEYS have launched this group in response to the need for remote support in light of COVID-19, as a way of giving recovery support to those who cannot access KEYS Centres. This allows those from across the UK to access a safe, loving community of Christian addiction support, and receive the help that KEYS has to offer such as remote spiritual support and prayer ministry and help with recovery planning. Like all KEYS Recovery Groups, the National group is based off of a Christian adapted 12-Step Programme. Register here for the call.


COVID-19 Resources from these two UK based professional bodies: