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Collective Voice funding extended

Collective Voice’s purpose is to advance the cause of service users by representing the whole treatment and recovery sector. Blenheim is fully committed to Collective Voice and our experience of the last six months has led us to join the other seven founding organisations to make a commitment to continue to provide the core funding that enables Collective Voice to exist.

“We do this not for the benefit of Blenheim but because it is right and fundamentally what Blenheim as a charity is for; standing up for those people we are set up to serve.” John Jolly, Blenheim CEO

The alcohol and drugs sector is facing daunting challenges over the next few years and coming together to achieve our shared purpose won’t itself solve the problems the current environment presents to those delivering and benefiting from services. However, to stay aloof from this effort is to abdicate responsibility. This is why Blenheim and the other founders of Collective Voice are continuing to commit to this project and why we want as many people as possible to join us in the fight to protect services.

Read more about Collective Voice and the plans for the future here.

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