Princess Anne paid a visit to Tonbridge last week where she heard stories of “courage, compassion and hope”.
A market garden opened on 30 May at the heart of the Halton recovery community, introducing local people who are addressing their drug or alcohol use to a new and productive skill.
An exciting partnership between CRI’s Inspire service in East Lancashire and the NHS Children & Families Services Emotional Health Team is providing extra support for families affected by substance misuse.
Photographs taken by people tackling drug and alcohol issues, which tell the story of their individual journeys to recovery, will feature in Brighton’s 2013 Artists Open Houses events taking place throughout May.
Brighton Festival goers are being offered advice on how to enjoy the festival season without problems caused by drug and alcohol use.
It was announced today that CRI will create two clear divisions – ‘Social Care and Health Initiatives’ and ‘Criminal Justice’.
An innovative project delivered by CRI and Cranstoun, in partnership with Reading DAAT, is helping to address the risks of blood borne viruses (BBV) for drug users.
Heavily advertised brands and cheap, strong alcohol make up the top five alcoholic drinks consumed by the most vulnerable young people who are involved with drug and alcohol services, according to a new survey from Alcohol Concern.
A midwife who works in partnership with CRI’s Inspire project in East Lancashire has received an award for her work with pregnant women who have problems with drugs and alcohol.
Seeds of Recovery is a service user-led campaign to highlight the inspirational recovery journeys of people who have overcome addiction.
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