Minimum Unit Pricing In recent weeks the Scottish Government won a historic court battle against the alcohol industry to enable it to bring in minimum unit pricing (MUP) in Scotland, whilst the Welsh Government suffered […]
The last nine years have been a juggling act for me, in trying to balance the seeming polarities of the voluntary-sector treatment approach of harm reduction, where I have been working for nine years, with […]
A member of the Kennedy political dynasty, Patrick Kennedy was a chief sponsor of the seminal 2008 US Mental Health Parity Act, which required most insurance plans to cover the treatment of mental illnesses on […]
John Taylor, cofounder of Duran Duran, has accepted the role of Patron of Mount Carmel, the south London alcohol treatment centre. John’s years in the music business and his 19 years in recovery from alcohol […]
MY RECOVERY JOURNEY: A PERSONAL STORY by John Taylor.
Music phenomenon and author of In The Pleasure Groove, John Taylor moved from the excesses of success to loneliness and depression, through the tough paths of recovery, to the joy of building relationships with family and friends.
All recovery-focused adult drug and alcohol treatment services across England are entitled to bid for a share of this 2013/14 funding. Due to the very late notice of funding, local authorities can carry projects over […]
Leading personalities in the field of addiction treatment and recovery share some of their expert, inside information to help you identify and thus prepare for major developments which could affect you in the year ahead. […]
Download PQQ Shortlist. 30 bidders passed the first stage of the competition to win the regional rehabilitation contracts. The list includes a diverse mix of private and voluntary sector partnerships with over 50 organisations represented […]
… and response from prime minister Q4.[Hansard, 900621] Jim Dobbin (Heywood and Middleton) (Lab/Co-op): A total of 1.5million people in the UK are addicted to the benzoates diazepam and “Z drugs”. I know of one […]