We asked Jean Lansimaki, National Programme Manager, to highlight some of the key areas of CGL’s digital strategy.
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We recently caught up with Mandie from our Tameside service. Mandie is a Young People's Substance Misuse Practitioner and People Impacted by Parental Substance Misuse (PIPS) Worker. We discussed how young people can become affected by substance misuse and the importance of her role with CGL.
I help CGL develop its own ways of looking at data and understand what those data might mean. I also present the results of the research that I do and explain what it means, the significance for service provision and any potential clinical implications.
Following the appointment of CGL's new Chief Executive, a process that involved service users for the first time, we caught up with Sue Edwards and David Pontin from the National Service User Council to find out more about the role of the group.
In October 2017 Liz delivered a talk on the Blackburn with Darwen street sex worker project at The Josephine Butler Society Annual Lecture. I spoke to her afterwards to find out more about the service.
The biggest thing people get out of their first few weeks with us is hope – having somebody to talk to who understands and can empathise with their situation without judgement.
Black History Month to me means respecting my own culture and where I have come from.
Esther is a family worker for the Pathways to Recovery Team who delivers the substance misuse service in HMP Belmarsh.
In this interview Marcin defines Dual Diagnosis and talks about the support offered by the Atlantic Recovery Centre in Dudley.
"We wanted to develop a range of tools to support every single person who is working with anyone coming into our hubs talking about alcohol."