Change, grow, live’s Newcastle Stop Smoking Service has gratefully enlisted the support of Newcastle United Football Club, to promote their latest stop smoking campaign – “Don’t Be the Last One to Quit.”
After working as a CGL volunteer for an incredible 14 years, Jane Stannard-Wilkes has retired from our Gloucestershire drug and alcohol service.
The event focused on the integration of service users and their families, in a day of sporting fun with a winter sports and Christmas theme.
Over the past 18 months we have been working on a national programme to reduce missed appointments. This work has been motivated by the knowledge that missed appointments are a potential indicator of increased likelihood of a preventable death.
By the time we went to sleep we had raised £1,215.
As part of Recovery month North Yorkshire Horizons Selby hub had a screening of The Anonymous People at Selby town Hall.
We need to make sure that our services are as efficient as they can be, make the best use of digital and mobile technologies, ensure that interventions are targeted where they’ll make the biggest impact and are responsive to changing patterns of needs amongst our service users.
The Away Day was put together by Dean, Team Leader, for the purpose of assisting the team in being more cohesive and giving them the opportunity to discuss topical issues.
What are the hidden effects of alcohol on an ageing population? This blog looks at the effects of alcohol on adults aged 55+.
Not only can we learn a lot by taking a more comprehensive view on approaches to drug strategy and treatment from our international counterparts, but we can offer an insight into our own strengths and innovation in return.