DDN is a free independent publication that works in partnership with some of the major charities and treatment providers in the sector.
Our partners provide expert input into the publication to help provide the best possible up-to-date news and features from the substance misuse field.
If you are looking for a treatment service please see a list of our partner treatment organisations. Other charities and partners providing information and resources can be viewed on our useful links page.
Partner treatment providers
Please see an alphabetical list of the treatment providers who work in partnership with DDN Magazine.
As part of the Syncora Group Acorn/Delphi focus on providing treatment provision as part of a recovery pathway which supports and facilitates patients to engage in genuine recovery.
Change, Grow, Live is a national charity providing substance misuse and criminal justice intervention projects in England and Wales.
The Forward Trust (formerly RAPt and Blue Sky), are a social business with charitable status that empowers people to break the cycles of crime and addiction.
Humankind provides services and support to meet people’s complex health and social needs, helping them to build healthier lives that have meaning and value for themselves and their families.
Phoenix Futures are a charity and housing association which has been helping people overcome drug and alcohol problems for 50 years. They provide residential, prison, community and specialist services.
The Social Interest Group comprises Equinox Care and Penrose Options to provide services for vulnerable people to help them to thrive and grow.
Turning Point is a health and social care organisation that works across mental health, learning disability, substance misuse, primary care, the criminal justice system and employment.
We Are With You (Formerly Addaction) is a British charity founded in 1967 that supports people to make positive behavioural changes, most notably with alcohol and drug misuse, and mental health.
WDP is a drug and alcohol charity committed to helping those who are affected by substance misuse. WDP believes with the right support people can make long-lasting transformations in their lives to improve health, wellbeing and social integration.