A statement from our CEO Mark Moody about the decisions we have made in relation to medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
We used a new hepatitis C elimination method to test and treat people for hepatitis C at our service in Halton. Here’s how we did it, and what we learned.
Hull ReNew have used £133,000 they received from Public Health England to improve local community facilities for people affected by substance misuse.
We looked at 65 prescribing errors, exploring why they happened and how to stop them from happening again.
Whether you’re a growing social enterprise or a large not-for-profit, we hope that some of the lessons we’ve learned might help you make a difference in people’s lives too.
In October our Chief Executive, Mark, wrote to party leaders. He highlighted the opportunities they have to make a difference in this year's general election.
Young people are living in a society where they are increasingly susceptible to substance misuse to cope with the increasing pressures they face in day to day life.
As a national public health crisis, drug-related deaths deserve greater political attention, both at a local and national level. These deaths are preventable and investment to address the root causes of this crisis would save lives in the future.