Turning Point are piloting a new service in Nottinghamshire - Turning Point Connect.
People leaving prison are far more likely to die of a drug related cause. We know the overdose reversal drug naloxone saves lives, we...
The Housing First approach aims to support people with multiple complex needs such as repeated homelessness, mental and/or physical health issues and substance use.
The Humankind charity has launched a new national Hepatitis C Action Plan to mark World Hepatitis Day.
The More Than My Past podcast tells the stories of notable former prisoners and addicts, presented by film star Jason Flemyng. Jason’s guest on the latest episode is Alastair Campbell.
As a straight man I never thought I’d end up running a chemsex service but because of people like Joe it’s been the most rewarding experience of my career.
Mark Moody, Change Grow Live CEO explains the decisions they have taken in relation to Medication Assisted Treatment during the coronavirus outbreak.
NHS SMPA Conference 2019: Alcohol Treatment Reduced Demand or More Hidden Harm? 9th September 2019 - Sheffield Hallam University Price: NHS Substance Misuse Providers Alliance Early...
One year on from the first lockdown we are all reflecting back on the year we have just been through.
WDP has partnered with Hermes, to provide its most vulnerable Capital Card users with a home delivery service.
Turning Point submission to the 2nd phase of the Dame Carol Black Review on the state of provision of treatment and recovery services for drug users.
Turning Point - Suffolk Family Carers, a charity providing support for family carers is announced the overall winner at the GSK IMPACT Awards 2019.
Paul Townsley's reflections as a CEO of Humankind on how they managed the ‘unprecedented’ context brought about by a global pandemic.
Humankind's CEO Paul Townsley talks about partnership working to have a greater impact and to support local delivery.
Ahead of the Government's 2020 Spending Review Phoenix Chief Exec Karen Biggs calls for action on funding
NHS Substance Misuse Providers Association talk about eliminating Hepatitis C
How do we harness political support when priorities lie elsewhere? In the sixth of his series of articles, former deputy drug czar Mike Trace...
Acorn Transformational Counselling service will be offering free sessions to those currently in recovery for drugs and alcohol addictions.
With You launches first easily accessible ‘find a needle and syringe’ service to address escalating safety concerns sparked by the pandemic. With drug related deaths...
Iain Barnes, Recovery Worker (Outreach), With You in Bournemouth - how his experience over the last 12 months has highlighted how with concerted action homelessness isn’t inevitable.
Change Grow Live share the lessons that they have learned from the launch of their new website.
How do you help the Achieving Change Through Employment (ACE) project? I help refugees to integrate into their new community.
The team at Phoenix Futures discusses the current focus on stigmatising language. Quite rightly there is a current focus on stigmatising language. Use of language...
The European Federation of Therapeutic Communities (EFTC) bought together professionals, to reflect upon lessons from COVID-19
May 17 is the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia - or IDAHOBIT. May 17 is the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia...
A new service to provide support for young people with drug or alcohol issues is set to be launched across North Yorkshire. The service, commissioned...
Change Grow Live celebrates Recovery Month. From poetry, to carpentry, film-making to walking, their services have been getting creative as they mark the occasion this year.
Reform is inevitable and we need to get it right for people who use cannabis.
Stories told on social media by people with first-hand experience convey the reality of addiction with nuance and context.
Service user involvement is about making sure people can influence decisions that will affect them.
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