Campaigns

Naloxone

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. Over half of […]

Parliamentary Group

Blenheim supports the Drugs, Alcohol and Criminal Justice Parliamentary Group which provides an interface for group members and parliamentarians of all parties to discuss policy and practice matters concerned with drug and alcohol use and the justice system. The group seeks to promulgate best practice in the delivery of drug and alcohol services amongst parliamentarians […]

Recovery Stories

Blenheim decided to do the 50 stories to mark our 50th year because Blenheim is about the people we help. There was a need to show a wider audience what Blenheim does and the impact we have on peoples lives. In February 2013 Blenheim committed to actively campaign on behalf of people stigmatised by alcohol and drug […]

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. National figures suggest 49% of people who inject drugs in the UK […]

Recovery Film Festival

This summer will see the second Recovery Street Film Festival. Organised by a consortium of treatment providers including Phoenix Futures, Turning Point, CRI, Blenheim and Action on Addiction, Addaction, supported by Public Health England, the festival aims to celebrate and promote recovery from substance misuse dependency. The Recovery Street Film Festival will hit the streets in […]