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DDN magazine is a free publication self-funded through advertising.

We are proud to work in partnership with many of the leading charities and treatment providers in the sector.

Below are links to their sites and latest news and blog posts.

An interview with John Kneale – Volunteer at Achieving Change Through...

How do you help the Achieving Change Through Employment (ACE) project? I help refugees to integrate into their new community.

The hidden generation of drinkers

People over 50 are using alcohol as a way of dealing with factors like divorce and bereavement. We need to show them they aren’t alone. By...

A day in the life of a Volunteer

A day in the life of a Volunteer – Catherine from South Yorkshire Appropriate Adults “I received a call from the Appropriate Adult Scheme...

CZAR GAZING – How do we harness political support?

How do we harness political support when priorities lie elsewhere? In the sixth of his series of articles, former deputy drug czar Mike Trace...

What it’s like to run a needle exchange service

The people I see come from all walks of life. The key is getting to know them properly without judgement By Cilicia Wyman, Harm Minimisation...

Five charts that show why people leaving prison need naloxone

People leaving prison are far more likely to die of a drug related cause. We know the overdose reversal drug naloxone saves lives, we...

The LGBT body image problem

As part of our focus on mental health this week and the theme for this year - Body Image - to take a look...

Take a breath

As part of our focus on mental health this week, here are some tips on how to practice deep breathing and become more relaxed.   We...

International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia & Transphobia (IDAHOBIT)

May 17 is the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia - or IDAHOBIT.   May 17 is the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia...

I carried all the suffering alone

From a young age, Carol took it upon herself to make sure her loved ones were OK – at her own expense. She recalls...