Brothers 4 Recovery on way

Brothers 4 Recovery: Ed Daley, Steve Morris and Jeff Amatta are coming to Forbes’ Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre on March 30 as part of their tour of the region.

Brothers 4 Recovery: Ed Daley, Steve Morris and Jeff Amatta are coming to Forbes’ Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre on March 30 as part of their tour of the region.

The Brothers 4 Recovery – a group of Indigenous men who work with young people on issues surrounding drug and alcohol addiction – are coming to Forbes.

The Brothers are coming to Forbes’ Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre on March 30 as part of their tour of the region.

On a journey to empower communities and youth to implement the tools to recovery ...

Brothers 4 Recovery

The four men say they have all at one point been victims of addiction and now they are on a “journey to empower communities and youth to implement the tools to recovery”. 

Their mission is to promote drug and alcohol awareness as far and wide as possible through the sharing of their life's journeys.

They address the issues of drugs and alcohol; mental health, suicide prevention; anger management; school disengagement; family relationships; healthier lifestyle choices and earlier intervention.

The Brothers 4 Recovery say they offer life strategies, group sessions, one-on-one talks and sharing life’s journey by participants and coordinators in a safe circle of security to empower individuals to better their lives. 

They’re visiting Wellington, Warren and Condobolin en route to Forbes.