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The South Gloucestershire Council Alcohol Strategy 2020-2025 is proposed to replace the South Gloucestershire Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy 2014-17. The previous strategy intended to

Live music, art workshop, holistic therapies and more!

You said, we did Developing a new crisis and recovery centre in central Weston

There were 338,000 admissions to hospital in 2017/18 where the main cause was due to drinking alcohol, according to new figures published by NHS

Every year over 55,100 people in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer with alcohol causing 1 in 13 cases. Alcohol increases the level of oestrogen

The Recovery Festival is taking place on Friday the 7th of September   Celebrating the achievements of people in recovery from problematic alcohol or

Substance use treatment services in England are, it appears, facing a crisis. Recent reports by both the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs

Bristol’s re-commissioned Recovery Orientated Alcohol & Drugs Service (ROADS) went live 1 February 2018. The services are commissioned by Bristol City Council and provide

Summary: Key points CQC analysed inspection reports of 68 independent sector services that offered residential detoxification for people who are withdrawing from drugs and/or

Women’s Independent Alcohol Support (WIAS) starts a new set of six free women-only evening sessions on Tuesday October 3rd in central Bristol. Groups are

Bristol City Council: Overview This new Bristol Behaviour Change for healthier lifestyles programme is designed to meet the needs of people in the city

Objectives: Understand the impact of alcohol misuse on the health and wellbeing of children Explore the role alcohol plays in our own and children’s