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Richmond Fellowship is proud to be part of Recovery Focus, a group of charities with the shared aim of Inspiring Recovery Together.

All Recovery Focus partners share a rich history of providing support to people when they need it most. The group works closely with other organisations to provide the very best services and achieve better outcomes for the people we support.

Recovery Focus is also led by a board of Non-Executive Directors who oversee the group’s strategy.

The group consists Richmond Fellowship, Aquarius, MyTime and DVIP.


Aquarius is a Midlands-based charity with over 40 years’ experience supporting individuals, families, organisations and communities to overcome the physical, emotional and psychological harms caused by alcohol, drugs and gambling.

Aquarius has always held the view that clients could resolve their problems with support and guidance and that people have the ability to find their own solutions to their problems.


My Time is an award-winning, pioneering and innovative, multi-lingual, community domestic abuse and mental health service provider working in the Midlands.

MyTime is a division of Richmond Fellowship.


For over 30 years, DVIP has been been helping to make victims and children safer.

With services across London and Surrey, DVIP works to stop domestic violence and to reduce the harm it causes to victims, children and families.

DVIP is a division of Richmond Fellowship.

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