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The Soho Recovery Centre is a dedicated space in the heart of London for 12-Step recovery meetings to take place located at 123 Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0EW.

The SRC is Open – 26th July 2021

The Board of Trustees of the SRC decided to reopen in our existing location on Monday 26th July. The SRC is now open again.

Despite wanting to open earlier, we are being extremely cautious as we believe the SRC only works if we can resume pre-Covid attendance levels and operate without restrictions in place. As part of our reopening plan, we have employed a part-time venue manager to liaise with groups and ensure the smooth operation of the venue.

The timetable for 12-step meetings at the venus is now available.

About the Soho Recovery Centre

Modelled on similar centres around the world, it is available to any 12 Step Fellowship group such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Crystal Meth Anonymous, AlAnon and Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous etc. for their meetings to take place.

It is open 365 days a year and allows meetings to go on regardless of holidays. Meetings contribute to the centre based on the number of their attendees rather than a flat rate for the room.
This helps smaller fellowships to access an affordable meeting space and new meetings get started.
It is a permanent foothold for recovery in Central London. The person in need of a meeting can always head to the centre knowing that there will be a meeting soon. The Soho Recovery Centre is an easy place for newcomers to find, where they can meet other members and become familiar with the workings and locations of other meetings, as well as those held at the centre itself.

The Soho Recovery Centre is an independent charity started by some friends in recovery. We do not have any affiliation to any 12 Step Group and we receive no official funding from anyone. The funds that keep the centre open come from contributions from meetings and from private individuals supporting the SRC. Please consider reading our How To Help page to find out what you can do to support this project.