At Blenheim we work with over 10,000 people a year making an impact that not only improves the health of the individual, but has a lasting positive impact on the wellbeing of their families, friends and the communities in which they live. People who use our services are not just people who use drugs and alcohol, they are partners, fathers, mothers, sisters, grandmothers, children, brothers, friends, work colleagues and carers.
Download our latest Impact Report to see the difference that we have made to the communities and people that we work with.
At Blenheim, research development and innovative service delivery are integral parts of who we are and the work we do. Read on to find out about the importance of our research and innovation in practice.
Research is an important part of the work we do at Blenheim to promote and share evidence based best practice.
We collaborate with academic institutions and external experts in the field to develop and undertake bespoke research. This enables us to build and contribute to a body of original research, extend our understanding of effective practice in substance misuse and to inform and direct our services in the future.
If you would like to discuss a research project or opportunity please get in touch with the Business Growth Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7582 2200.
We pride ourselves on innovative service delivery and research development.
Our wide range of community services allows us to develop a strong research base for our interventions:
- Mapping and ITEP/RELS Consultancy
- Contingency Management pilot site
- Independent outcomes and TOPs evaluation
- Restorative Justice pilot
Blenheim regularly publishes research and reports on the subject of drug and alcohol treatment. We feel strongly about the importance of developing addiction policy and treatment in the UK and reducing the stigma surrounding alcohol and substance misuse problems in our society.