30th June issue

Come on, out with it! Why open debate can only be healthy for this field Reading about Jane’s experience as she walked into a family support...

8 May Issue 2006

In this issue: tackling the postcode lottery in Primary Care? Click on the link below to read more, and don’t forget to join the discussion...

February 2014

In this month’s issue of DDN…  ‘Much has changed since the early sixties when... local volunteers were encouraged to provide overnight accommodation in their own homes for those young clients who...

DDN April 2017

‘We need to understand the risks of Xanax and the culture behind it’ It’s never easy to weigh up the level of drug risk based...

August issue 2013

In this month’s issue of DDN…  ‘It is a project that is consistent with the practice and principles of harm reduction, and its street-based focus...

DDN November 2016

Welcome to our latest issue... There is an absolute moral imperative on all of us to tackle the ‘outrageous discrimination’ against people with mental health...

September 2016

Research shows that Korsakoff’s syndrome can occur in many dependent drinkers, yet the condition is rarely acknowledged and understood. Glenn Barnett explains the syndrome,...

30th November issue

Recovering hope How a caring regime can offer real freedom. The recent debates on recovery have subjected this simple word to a maelstrom of different organisations’ agendas....

10th September issue

Nobody pretends that tackling gang culture is easy. Each new gang-related attack is reported as a sign that Britain’s young people are turning ghoulish overnight. Politicians flounder...

September 2014

In this month’s issue of DDN… ‘The NHS is committed to treating people with other forms of addiction, but not gambling, and so the onus...