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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.

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...

Delivering the DARS service at HMP Liverpool

Sandra Dutton, Prison Manager at the Change Grow Live Drug and Alcohol Recovery Service, (DARS) shares the highlights of her first 12 months working at HMP Liverpool.

Turning Point unveils wide-ranging hep C strategy

Turning Point has launched its own hepatitis C strategy setting out how it intends to support the World Health Organization’s aim of eliminating the virus as a major public health threat by 2030.

Howzat for service user support?

WDP and Middlesex Cricket, give people who access substance misuse services the chance to take part in cricket coaching and leadership sessions.

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...

Can Housing First help homeless people address their drug and alcohol...

The Housing First approach aims to support people with multiple complex needs such as repeated homelessness, mental and/or physical health issues and substance use.

NHS Substance Misuse Providers Association talk about their plan to eliminate...

NHS Substance Misuse Providers Association talk about eliminating Hepatitis C

Improving how people find our services

We’ve been working on improving how people find services on our website so we can make it easier for people to get help.

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...

Making digital services more human

How we’ll use digital to make services more human — and help more people overcome addiction