Recovery Street Film Festival

Organised by a consortium of treatment providers including Blenheim, Phoenix Futures, CGL, Turning Point and Action on Addiction, supported by Public Health England, the Recovery Street Film Festival aims to celebrate and promote recovery from substance use. At the heart of the festival is the desire to challenge and change public perceptions about substance use.

Club Soda Guide

Blenheim and Club Soda are working together to make nights out better for everyone, by developing a new product for licensed venues and their customers to find the best places to go for a less boozy night out.


Blenheim have been working with a number of organisations to develop a campaign under the banner of Naloxone Action Group England (NAG England). The aim is to try and ensure that naloxone (the medicine that reverses opiate overdoses) is more widely available among those most at risk, their friends, family and first responders.

Parliamentary Group

The Drugs, Alcohol & Justice Cross-Party Parliamentary Group provides an interface for professional providers of drug and alcohol treatment with parliamentarians of all parties who share an interest in these issues. The Group holds regular meetings in Parliament and is professionally coordinated by Union Services parliamentary consultancy. We seek to focus attention on addiction issues […]

Recovery Stories

In February 2013 Blenheim committed to actively campaign on behalf of people stigmatised by alcohol and drug use by actively presenting people with drug and alcohol problems in a more positive light rather than characterising them by their drug of choice and how they consume it.

Hep C – Test, Treat, Cure

Blenheim is at the centre of the growing demands for action concerning the failure to treat those with hepatitis C. We are involved in an emergent strategy to support, facilitate and enable those focusing on hepatitis C to achieve the best possible outcomes.