14th July issue

Harness the energy User groups are rightly passionate about what they do By the time I got in touch with Dave Stork to interview him about...

22nd September issue

Talking Frankly Shock, horror... humans behind the Home Office helpline! Before talking to John, who works as an advisor on the FRANK helpline, I associated the...

25th February issue

Reactions to our first DDN/Alliance service user conference have been illuminating, interesting and inspiring for the next attempt. Most of the responses to our office and to...

2nd June issue

Taking a global snapshot Why harm reduction must focus on the public health challenge. BECOMING IMMERSED in an international harm reduction conference is quite an intense...

3rd November issue

In this month's issue: Transitional services bring young people back into treatment.   Click on the links below to read more, and don’t forget to join...

December 2008

Click on the link below to read more, and don’t forget to join the discussion by commenting, tweeting and liking our Facebook page.  Read the magazine: PDF Version

10th March issue

The new ten-year drug strategy’s out – and yes, it’s a serious business. There’s some essential paperwork to prove it: not just the detailed strategy itself,...

6th October issue

Wars of words How can you fight a war with nonsense? There’s some tough talk on the ‘drug war’ in this issue, and we make no...

17th November 2008 Issue

In this month's issue: DDN reports on health, criminal justice and industry sectors debate alcohol, while Service Users take feedback one step further. Click on the...

21st April issue

Are residential treatment centres up to scratch? In explaining the new star rating system, David Finney mentions that the drug and alcohol sector performs better than most...