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Deputy Mayor of London visits drug and alcohol charity in K&C

Victoria Borwick, Deputy Mayor of London visited KC North Hub, a service that helps people with drug and alcohol problems in Kensington and Chelsea on 10th February 2015.

KC North Hub is a partnership of organisations combining the experience and expertise of Blenheim, CNWL, Foundation 66 and Build on Belief and RBKC Adult Social Care. The service is open to people aged 18 or above who are living in Kensington and Chelsea and is a free and confidential service that accepts referrals from individuals, family members and friends experiencing problems with substance misuse.

During the Deputy Mayors visit she talked to staff and clients about the service and showed particular interest in the Blood Borne Virus Clinic, employment,  Housing and Health services available.

Brendan McGrath, Area Manager at Blenheim, said; “We are delighted that the Deputy Mayor showed such great interest in the service and the interests of our clients as a whole. KC North Hub aims to reduce the risks, harms and problems associated with drug-use and to encourage people to find and sustain a recovery that enhances their quality of life.”

If you would like to find out more about the services available in Kensington and Chelsea please follow this link.

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