Partnerships

December 19, 2013: Transforming Rehabilitation - 30 bidders shortlisted for contracts
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Download PQQ Shortlist. 30 bidders passed the first stage of the competition to win the regional rehabilitation contracts. The list includes a diverse mix of private and voluntary sector partnerships with over 50 organisations represented - from charities experienced in...

January 21, 2013: RESEARCH: WHY TREATMENT PROVIDERS SHOULD PARTNER WITH UNIVERSITIES
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Partnerships between charities and universities are a win-win situation for both, writes Oscar D’Agnone. Universities can conduct outcome and other studies which providers cannot afford, while academics can recruit study participants and see their research translated into practice. Print-friendly version:...

July 23, 2012: WHOLE FAMILY SUPPORT
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FOR DRUG- AND ALCOHOL-MISUSING PARENTS A Community Care conference with support from the Addiction Recovery Foundation 11 September 2012, London Professionals working with drug and alcohol misusing parents face the difficulty of engaging not only partner agencies, but substance-misusing parents...

November 17, 2008: HELP PILOT SYSTEM-CHANGE
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DEADLINE 11 DECEMBER 2008 One of the aims of the Drug Strategy, Drugs: protecting families and communities (2008), is to deliver new approaches to drug treatment and social reintegration. “One of the key actions is to develop pilots to test...

September 25, 2008: NHS DERELICTION OF DUTY...
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...TO GIVE ADDICTED YOUNGSTERS CHANCE OF DRUG FREE LIFE There is urgent need for residential treatment for young, under 18, addicts. They are unlikely to get better in the environment in which they grew up and which fed their problems....

January 9, 2008: NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS
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1. Avoid entering “right or wrong” debates (very desirable); 2. Avoid starting “right or wrong” debates (essential); 3. ... but (highly probable) ask why change the habits of a lifetime! by JOHN TROLAN, programme director of the Nelson Trust It...