Partnership work embeds and underpins the philosophy of recovery collectiveness – I Can’t – We Can Together. Brokering new and mutually beneficial relationships broadens out the recovery agenda through inclusive artistic & cultural dialogue that supports others joining the conversation. This allows a multi-interdisciplinary approach to programme development, delivery and new ways of knowing recovery as a transformational & social process.

Establishment of new networks with ‘like minded people’ connects recovery communities, increases visibility and promotes recovery as a concept, lifestyle choice and movement. Delivered within a local, regional, national & international context they include: arts-led research based initiatives, publications, informal learning opportunities and exhibition projects for wider public engagement.

Arts for Health MMUManchester School of ArtPsychosocial Research Unit at UCLANAction on Addictionthe Ley CommunityLifeline ManchesterADS OldhamAcorn Recovery ProjectsBrink LiverpoolGallery OldhamPeckham PlatformCastlefield GalleryTowner GalleryAspex GalleryBritish Ceramics BiennialCreate IrelandDesign & Craft Council of IrelandEuropean Ceramic Work CentreTurkish Green Crescent SocietyGruppo Incontro Società Cooperativa SocialeFEDERSERDDumlupinar UniversitesiAD HOC Gestión CulturalWEA Manchester