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Leading voices in alcohol recovery sector call on Government to aim high with a pioneering new alcohol strategy
Thirty organisations across civil society have put their names behind a new Alcohol Charter urging the government to reduce the damage to...
Our Impact 2017/2018
Today we publish our 2017-2018 Impact Report detailing our activities over the year. Through the hard work of all our staff and...
Blenheim Launches New Service User Involvement Strategy 2018-2020
Today Blenheim launches a new service user involvement strategy to improve and expand opportunities for involvement throughout the organisation for those who...
New AHA Report: Our Right to Know: How Alcohol Labelling is Failing Consumers
Drinks companies keeping consumers in dark about risky drinking Multi-national alcohol companies are choosing to ignore advice from the Chief Medical Officers...
PHE and Drinkaware campaign raises some serious concerns
Blenheim are deeply concerned about Public Health England’s decision to run a campaign in partnership with Drinkaware, an alcohol industry funded charity....

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Why we should be concerned about the PHE and Drinkaware campaign
Together with fifty other key figures in the alcohol sector I signed a Alcohol Health Alliance letter in August to PHE. This...
Improving our online accessibility
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve added speech, reading and translation support to our website with Browsealoud. This innovative tool helps the...
My internship at Blenheim, a charity passionate about positive change
Rachel joined Blenheim as an intern towards the end of May and was with us for six weeks. Below, she shares some...
GLASGOW’S MAJOR HIV OUTBREAK AMONGST PEOPLE WHO INJECT DRUGS SHOWS NO SIGN OF SLOWING
The following blog is from the National Aids Trust, and was originally published on 6th July 2018. For further information on the...
We must resist the moral attack on women who use drugs during pregnancy
Andrew Selous MP recently asked the Secretary of State for the Home Office whether it is an aggravated offence for pregnant women...

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