The Home Affairs Committee has published its first report in a decade on UK drug policy. The Committee’s findings and recommendations are wide ranging and there are several aspects that CRI welcomes as one of the country’s largest charities specialising in recovery from substance misuse.
CRI welcomes the opportunity to respond in detail over the coming weeks to the Government’s alcohol consultation.
As a long standing sponsor and supporter of the Wired In To Recovery web community, CRI is sorry to see that the site is currently unavailable.
Two CRI workers have received an 'Excellence in Partnership' award from Brighton & Hove Police for their contribution to Operation Reduction, which works to reduce the demand and supply of drugs across the city.
CRI and Sova have today announced confirmation of their merger which takes immediate effect.
CRI Kirklees held a symposium in Huddersfield on 20 November to develop a strategic approach to the increasing use of new and emerging compounds, called novel psychoactive substances.
CRI comments on Novel Psychoactive Substances, following Drugscope survey
Service users and staff from Aspire organised a charity coffee morning with a Hallowe’en theme to raise funds for the Terrence Higgins Trust and the Salvation Army.
CRI have opened an expanded service for young people's substance misuse in Wakefield.
CRI has been confirmed as the lead contractor for the London Borough of Ealing's drug and alcohol service until 2015 and beyond.
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