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The results are in! 96% of Blenheim’s service users were happy with the services they received in May 2018
Blenheim’s latest service user survey results are in, showing 96% of service users were happy with the support they received, up from...
Blenheim welcomes Public Health England’s support for Minimum Unit Pricing for alcohol
Blenheim CDP welcomes Public Health England’s (PHE) recognition of the evidence that Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) is an effective method of tackling...
Hepatitis C Strategy 2018-2020
Worldwide, 300 million people are unaware they are living with viral hepatitis and it is estimated that 60,000 people in London have...
Blenheim celebrates official launch of new young people’s drug and alcohol service for Westminster
Insight Westminster, Blenheim’s new Westminster-based young person’s drug and alcohol service funded by Westminster Council, held their official opening in Rembrandt Gardens...
Insight Westminster Launch
We are excited to announce the official opening of Insight Westminster, our new young people’s drug and alcohol service. Date:              Tuesday...

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My internship at Blenheim, a charity passionate about positive change
Rachel joined Blenheim as an intern towards the end of May and was with us for six weeks. Below, she shares some...
GLASGOW’S MAJOR HIV OUTBREAK AMONGST PEOPLE WHO INJECT DRUGS SHOWS NO SIGN OF SLOWING
The following blog is from the National Aids Trust, and was originally published on 6th July 2018. For further information on the...
We must resist the moral attack on women who use drugs during pregnancy
Andrew Selous MP recently asked the Secretary of State for the Home Office whether it is an aggravated offence for pregnant women...
The NHS is failing to provide life saving Naloxone at the point of release from prison in the majority of prisons
Those leaving prison having had an opiate problem are seriously at risk of having a life threatening overdose or dying as a...
Layla’s Story – a truthful insight to the life of a domestic abuse survivor
It is a well-known fact that relationships require work, they have their ups and downs. Unfortunately, the ups can become less frequent...

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