Recovery is Possible

From our creation back in 2012 as a steering group we have continued to grow.

We had our first event in October 2012, where we had in the region of 130 people in attendance, highlighting services in our community, offering complementary therapies, on-line recovery groups and a conversation cafe. Following the event we came to the understanding that with the enthusiasm and interest generated we required more events.


Attending the Scottish Recovery Consortium’s Rights In Recovery conference
at Robert Gordon University in 2019

Air Membership Roles

AiR Membership is open to any and all individuals who have had actual experience of active addiction personally, as well as those who have been affected by a loved ones behaviours, and who are now in a place where they seek, have embarked on and or are actively involved in a, “Journey of Discovery” and have a heartfelt goal of establishing changes and initiating recovery as a reality in their lives.

AiR Operations

AiR are based in the City Centre within the Credo Centre on John Street. Our timetable of groups, meetings, events and workshops are delivered using various mediums from face 2 face to online to hybrid - where people are able to attend in person and online - whichever they prefer. For more information about what's on offer check out our calendar and contact us