Our Impact

Blenheim has published its 2016/17 impact report but, this year, it’s a little bit different…

Last year, Blenheim helped over 10,000 people, and we’re keen to celebrate the wonderful work our staff and volunteers have done across London. We helped almost half of our service users to stop drinking alcohol, almost one-third to enjoy a higher quality of life, and 94% said they would recommend our services to others. Our impact report explains the work that has gone into achieving this, and the impact Blenheim has had over the past year. You can read it here.

As our service users are central to everything we do here at Blenheim, so we’ve also created a separate report just for them. This report is to make potential service users aware of the support we can provide, as well as inspiring our existing service users with stories of recovery. This shorter report lists the range of services that Blenheim can offer, but more importantly shines a light on our service users, who have been kind enough to share their stories with us. This report tells us through their words what it’s like to access Blenheim’s services and features an introduction a peer mentor at R3. Read it here.

If you’d like to request a paper copy of either report, you can email info@blenheimcdp.org.uk.

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