Over 3,000 residents helped in Turning Point City & Hackney’s first year

Recent statistics show that from October 2020 to November 2021, Turning Point’s City & Hackney teams helped over 3,000 residents on their drug and/or alcohol recovery journey.

In addition, front line staff have:

    • dealt with over 41,000 emails and phone calls
    • issued over 20,200 ‘scripts
    • conducted 271 recorded blood tests
    • received only 16 complaints and
    • trained over 200 professionals in alcohol awareness and substance misuse.

Deputy Operations Manager, Paul Grannum said:

“We’re really proud of the impact we are beginning to have on the communities we serve. The pandemic impacted services across the board – and we’ve done our utmost to make sure that clients were getting the support they needed.”

Read the full blog post here.

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