{ a return to a normal state of health, mind or strength }

{ the action or process of regaining possession or control of something stolen or lost }


{ a person’s sense of resolve or determination. }


[ relating the body as opposed to the mind }.


{ The conditions in which a person, plant or animal lives and thrives. }


{ relating to or affecting the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things. }


{ relating to the mind. }

The 5 elements of RCVRY


What is RCVRY Life?


RCVRY Life is the home of the RCVRY programs – programs designed, tried and tested to help anyone give up alcohol or indeed, any addiction, and then take them forward to help them achieve their potential.

It also serves as a safe community for program participants to chat, share and support each other as they move through their own recovery.

RCVRY Life and the RCVRY Programs are the brainchild and passion of recovering alcoholic and qualified addiction counsellor Matt McCoy .

The RCVRY programs

The RCVRY Program – our original and most successful program, The RCVRY Program is a 6 week, online based course. Read more

Daily Slice of RCVRY – if you want to just stop drinking and need some daily motivation, our Daily Slice of RCVRY is for you. Read more

The RCVRY Session – A one off hit of RCVRY and how the program works delivered via a webinar, with a full Q and A session at the end.  Read more

RCVRY 121 – A per session based 121 program based around the structure of the RCVRY elements. Read more

Who is RCVRY for?

For people who just feel their drinking has gotten a little bit more than is healthy to people who are in the depths of their addiction, RCVRY is a program for everyone who wants to be a better version of their current selves and without the constant battle of addiction in their everyday lives.

Whether this is the first time you have decided to make a change in your life to stop bad habits, or if you have tried other methods but have found yourself returning to your addiction – RCVRY is for you.

Let’s start with 3 simple questions :

Do you feel like your negative habit is having a detrimental effect on your life in someway, whether to your health, your rleationships, your work – or just in general?

Do you feel any element of guilt or anxiety during, pre or after you are active in your habit?

And most importantly :

Do YOU want to commit to beating your habit and be the best version of yourself you can be?

If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then RCVRY is for you.

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