Drink and Drugs News is the UK’s publication for addiction treatment. Since 2004 we have worked with the NHS, Public Health England and the UK’s major treatment providers to provide informed coverage of all kinds of addiction.
DDN is a free independent publication available in print and online, it is read by treatment providers, health and social work professionals, policy-makers and individuals looking for help for themselves or a loved one.
In January 2019 we will be producing our new DDN Guide to Residential Treatment.
Incorporating the sought-after UK residential directory, this publication will combine personal stories, practical advice, and detailed information to help individuals find the right centre for them.
Choosing the right rehab is a daunting prospect raising lots of questions:
- What is 12-step – and is it right for me?
- What other treatment options are available?
- Home or away – what country or location would suit me best?
- How long will the programme be?
- Do I need detox?
- What addictions can be treated?
- How much will it cost, and how can I pay for it?
This free guide will help to answer these questions, and provide clear advice that demystifies the jargon and aims to breakdown preconceptions surrounding residential addiction treatment.
While still being a resource for statutory referrers as a pull-out and keep centre section of DDN Magazine, the new publication will have a focus on individuals self-funding their treatment. The magazine will be available to read online, be distributed in health and social care settings, and be available at events and through our magazine partners. Promoted in the national press and media, individuals will also be able to request a free printed copy posted discreetly to their homes.
MAKE SURE YOUR SERVICE IS PART OF THIS NEW DDN PUBLICATION
We have promotional opportunities to suit all budgets including a free listing for UK services – and can offer sponsorship, editorial coverage, display advertising in print and online, and enhanced listings for services.
Space is limited. Get in touch today to ensure you don’t miss out.
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