April issue

Family Ties – services can gain much from sticking together With everyone feeling so cash strapped at the moment, it’s good to hear about genuinely...

July issue

Two-way street – realising the true value of enterprise There's a risk of compromising quality when you're doing rehabilitation in a recession, says Robbie Davison....

October issue

Frontline support – uniting to find the hidden harm Many services commissioned by local authorities failed to ask if the individual accessing them had served...

August issue

Life-saving stuff Nearly 3,500 naloxone take-home kits have been issued in Scotland over the past year, giving the chance of emergency treatment for overdose that...

June issue

In it together  – stigma is a challenge we must tackle head on We must have all experienced stigma at one time or another, but...

January issue

Treatment first – why prison should always be the last resort The difficulties of accessing appropriate treatment are acknowledged in NOMS’ recent review of Drug Rehabilitation...

September issue

A grand day out How did Glasgow's drug and alcohol services join together to strengthen their pull on the community? Read our cover story and...

November issue

   A Rising Tide ‘We are struggling to meet the levels of demand… we feel “rushed off our feet”… we realise we’re only scratching the surface...

February issue

Two-way street  – service user involvement gives a chance to engage When a Bournemouth theatre looked at putting on an educational play about addiction, the...