Michele Kirsch write about Christmas and relapse in this weeks Independent newspaper.
Our newest Acorn House resident moves off the streets just in time for Christmas.
Michele Kirsch's take on the SCT Sponsored Sleep-In.
Over £18,000 currently pledged and fundraising target met!
Join this sing-along from 6pm at Spitalfields Market on Friday 6th November!
Insights from our progression team.
Zoe explains why she's taken on the SCT Sponsored Sleep-In on Friday 6th.
Steve Stride's ‘Tales from the Crypt’ give a glimpse of the poverty-stricken Spitalfields of the seventies, when you’d be more likely to see people drinking methylated spirits than a flat white.
'The Strut' film wins a Highly Commended award at the EVCOM Clarion awards.
Read about the first ever SCT Sponsored Sleep-In!
Some of SCT's staff are themselves in long-term recovery. Ray, Johnny and Donna, our fantastic Acorn House keyworkers talk rehab.
Restoration Station at will be taking part in the 2015 Shoreditch Design Triangle this week. A special event is planned on Tuesday 22nd at 7pm when senior restorer Steve his story of how craft and work have helped his recovery from addictions.
Our former Chair of Trustees John Bryce Pope remembers the early days of SCT as the night man in the Crypt at Christ Church Spitalfields.
A new magazine will be launching soon - the look, feel and content all produced by our recovery community.
Revd Captain Paul Deeming shares his memories of working in the crypt between 1965 and 1968.
Jeremy Maddison from Lifeline, one of SCT's local partners talks about addiction and recovery.
Gary shares how SCT helped him go from being a "full-blown alcoholic" to a happily married man with a job that he loves.
Our houses get a much-needed revamp with new sofas, armchairs, tables and chairs c/o L&Q Housing Association.
Our new film 'The Strut’ follows Matti and Colin on a sponsored walking tour of East London - their initiative to raise funds and awareness during SCT's 50th Anniversary year.
Our addiction recovery counsellor Shaun tells us about her work at Acorn House, our residential recovery accommodation in Shoreditch.
Bard's Yard launched the new Shakespeare-themed garden in the heart of Shoreditch - brought to you by the hard work of our New Hanbury Project students.
We’re running a competition to name a new public garden in Shoreditch. The winner will be given two free passes to the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew, including a ride on the Kew Explorer.
Lou tells us her life before, during and after being introduced to the New Hanbury Project - our personal development and training centre for people in recovery.
Celebrate the hard work of our New Hanbury Project gardening students at the opening of the new Shakespeare-themed garden in St. Leonard's Church gardens in Shoreditch.
Business in the Community's annual Give & Gain Day wows SCT.
Read this week's Diary piece in The Stylist to find out how one of our recovery managers spends her day.
Read about the first ever Charity Shop Strut - part of our 50th birthday celebrations.
Colin shares his life story with us.
Our fab trio of runners make us proud - and humble.
Join us for a 5 mile walk through some of the best charity shops, street markets and coffee in East London!
Restoration Station is a small vintage furniture shop making a big difference to people’s lives. After trading for more than a year, the newest of SCT's social enterprise is holding an opening party this week.
Steve Letoi, a local clinical specialist in mental health issues and addictions describes how Acorn House, our residential accommodation for people recovering from drink and drug addictions is a "fantastic local resource".
It’s finally here! Hot off the presses, our much anticipated magazine, The Accidental Hipster (TAH), is out in print and to download.
This week, former Paper & Cup barista Gary will start work at Trew Era, a new café being run by Russell Brand in Hoxton.
Mick tells us how SCT helped put his life back together
Michele's witty but very real tale of recovery.
BBC News published a series of photos today featuring three members of the Choices recovery community supported by SCT.
SCT's first ever music night is on Thursday 9 April at 93 Feet East. Just £5 a ticket!
First Team players lend their support to Flip Flop Friday
On Thursday 5 February, over 100 local rough sleepers received a ‘full MOT’ of health checks, free winter clothes and haircuts at a special drop in for the homeless.
Fun, cheeky, street-wise Alfie has lived on London streets for decades.
You've heard of 'Dress down Friday'. Now take part in our 'Flip Flop Friday' on 13 February.
Who, why, where and how we're celebrating 50 years of helping people to get clean, sober and healthier lives.