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Kenward Trust rises to the challenge 

Kenward Trust explain how their residential service has responded to the COVID-19 crisis

Mount Carmel Chairman awarded Rehab Chair of the Year

Bill Hughes, the Chair of the South London alcohol rehab Mount Carmel, has been honoured as 'Rehab Chairman of the Year'

Acquiesce Dayhab – Treatment on your doorstep

Acquiesce tell us how they have recently introduced Dayhab as a local treatment option for clients who need support and help.

CQC rates Delphi Good

Winstone House in Blackpool, home of Blackpool’s ‘Horizon’ service offering support for alcohol, drugs and sexual health, has been awarded a rating of ‘Good’ by the CQC.

Broadway Lodge have today launched their brand new podcast

Broadway Lodge have today launched their brand new podcast called ‘Miracle Mansion Podcast’. 

Cool for Broadway Lodge

Broadway Lodge is delighted to announce that founding member of British rock band Squeeze Chris Difford has been appointed as its patron.

Broadreach House announces closure

Broadreach House in Plymouth closes due to lack of funding. The facility had launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £250,000, but had fallen short of the amount needed. 

Camino Recovery – A view to recovery

Camino Recovery proudly celebrates ten years on the Costa del Sol this year in their new home – a stunning cortijo in the Andalucian hills around Velez-Malaga.

Sefton Park Rated Outstanding by CQC

Danniella Westbrook celebrates the launch of a new ‘breakthrough’ addiction centre in West London, and says it has given hope of recovery for many in the UK.

Hats off to Livingstone House

Families and friends of those affected by addiction can suffer a great deal of stress, often worrying that they are responsible for the problem and not feeling equipped to react to the situation.