• Humanitarian needs in the Teesside Area
  • Food bank access
  • Advocates in Action
  • Ten Stage workshops 


those in need

Sociologist and

Founder of The Ten Stages.Rebel & Rebelle Recovery DID certified

The majority of our staff are in long term recovery with experience of the treatment system. We promote Visible Recovery and Peer 2 Peer Support. We are passionate about reducing Stigma, ABCD Assert Based Community Development, building recovery communities and promoting choice.
Inspired by William White  

Highly Experienced Addiction  Consultant

The Recovery Advocates and Consultants is an independent organisation and are not part of any statutory body or treatment services. People in recovery from substance abuse have as much to contribute to society as anyone else and with the correct support can become very active citizens, especially when it comes to helping others with similar issues. 12 Step Woman to Woman, Rebel & Rebelle Recovery Ten Stage taught course courses .Champion an independent recovery lifestyle with a wide range of choices.


Meet Our Team & Trustees

Founder The Recovery Advocates and Consultants.

Drug and Alcohol Counsellor

12 Step Therapist

Highly Experienced Consultant

DID certified

Our Outreach team works alongside Rebelle Recovery a Womens only group using the DAD model of recovery. Rebel Stage Therapy Model: Trauma, Dissociation and Recovery, Healing the Brain.

Locally, nationally and internationally TRAC  Teesside Recovery Advocates are a vocal advocate for people in recovery or wanting to enter recovery suffering from drug and alcohol abuse. We also advocate for employees in recovery. We offer an Independent Advocacy Experience

  • Recovery Group outings 
  • Retreats for Peace
  • Rebelle Recovery.
  • Ten Stage Meditations

Annalice Sibley

TRAC in Action

Kevin M Hunt



The Recovery

Advocates and

Consultants UK 

Join Us

FindING our  power WITHIN by helping others

Our Mission

Fraser Trevor

An Advocate is someone who will support you, listen to you and can speak for you in times of need. At times people with addictions may feel vulnerable and need support in getting their voice heard.If you feel no-one is listening to what you want or how you feel about a particular situation.

Reaching  Out

Working with members of the public in the community and making a difference