Care at Windmill House

The Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust talk about the specialised, individualised support they offer Windmill House is a specialist unit in Chertsey, Surrey,...

Hepatitis C : new hope, old problems

PROMOTIONAL FEATURE  People with hepatitis C in the UK have a greater chance of being cured now than at any other point in the history...

On the right path

With Alcohol Awareness Week this month, Claire Carlow tells us how Forward’s alcohol pathway is revolutionising treatment in East Kent When Forward took over the...

Prison perspectives

A first-person account of nearly a decade at the frontline of prison substance misuse services. Last year I resigned from my position as a service...

Lines of communication

HRI executive director Rick Lines has been making the case for a human rights-based approach to vulnerable populations for more than two decades. He...

A case for e-cigarettes

A case for e-cigarettes Professor Gerry Stimson  takes a closer look at electronic cigarettes and asks – if e-cigarettes can save lives, why are we...

Using life skills to aid recovery

Natural remedy Kate Furey talks about how she used long-forgotten skills to get her life back on track My life started to spiral out of control...

Getting streetwise

The Ana Liffey Project is a national addiction service dedicated to harm reduction – Stephen Parkin talks to director Tony Duffin about their innovative...

Survey demonstrates need for improvement of hepatitis C services

An estimated 160,000 people are living with hepatitis C in England. Yet, in 2015, fewer than 12,000 people were diagnosed and fewer than 10,000...

DDN Residential Treatment Directory 2017

The DDN Residential Treatment Directory 2017