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The growing concern of self-harming behaviours in adolescents

Turning Point explores concerns around self-harm, an umbrella term for any intentional form of self-injury – and a major public health concern. Earlier this...

Remembering our former Chief Executive, David Biddle

Change Grow Live's Mark Moody reflects on the life of former Chief Executive, David Biddle. With great sadness, I am sharing the news that our...

Public response to ‘Swift, Certain, Tough: New Consequences for Drug Possession’

Release outlines how the public can respond to the Home Office White Paper, 'Swift, Certain, Tough: New Consequences for Drug Possession'. The Consultation was launched on 18...

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Global drug executions up by more than 300 per cent

More than 130 people were executed for drug offences last year, an increase of 336 per cent on the figure for 2020, according to...

County lines police need better training on child slavery and exploitation

More needs to be done to keep children involved in county lines activity away from the criminal gangs exploiting them, according to a report...

More young people vaping while fewer taking drugs

The number of secondary school pupils who report taking drugs has fallen from 24 per cent to 18 per cent since 2018, according to...

Community Assets

The Achieve partnership’s cross-sector approach is making a real difference to people’s lives in the Greater Manchester area, says Dr Jonathan Dewhurst. Read it in...

Taking Pride

I am a proud gay man. I can say that today but it wasn’t always that way. I used to feel so much shame,...

Countdown to Elimination

With huge strides being made towards finally eradicating hep C it was vital that we kept up the momentum, heard delegates at LJWG’s Three...

Rehab Spotlights

Phoenix Futures residential drug treatment

This year we celebrate 50 years of life-changing work, marking this milestone offered us the opportunity to reflect on the impact that Phoenix has had on thousands of people’s lives.

Residential Drug Treatment from Sefton Park

Sefton Park is a residential addictions treatment centre located by the beach in the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare celebrating 25 years of helping people become free from addiction.

Kenward Trust Residential Treatment

The staff at Kenward Trust are dedicated to helping their residents transform their lives from the misery of addiction, homelessness and crime.