Blenheim Annual Report 2015

Last year Blenheim helped over 11,000 people across London, providing support services for drug and alcohol users, their families and carers.

Figures released in this annual report reveal:

  • 94% of service users would recommend Blenheim to others
  • 46% of service users misusing alcohol became abstinent
  • Service users that reported offending behaviour at the start of treatment reported an 90% reduction at treatment exit
  • 70% of service users using cocaine became abstinent within 6 months of starting treatment

As well as these outcomes Blenheim have been working hard to increase access to treatment for service users and have trained over 123 hepatitis C champions. Over the year staff have benefited from over 5,600 hours of training and volunteers have contributed 3,640 days across the charity bringing a wide range of skills and experience.

“I want to pay tribute to the thousands of people who have used Blenheim’s services to help change their lives for the better, and also to the dedicated volunteers and staff at Blenheim who have supported and enabled people to begin the journey to transform their lives. As we move into the next year Blenheim has exciting and innovative plans for development.”  John Jolly, Blenheim CEO

You can download the full report here.

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