Phoenix win British Quality Foundation Innovation Award

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20 March 2018

We are delighted to have won the British Quality Foundation's 2018 Innovation in Sustainability and Society Award!

 

Phoenix's project 'Addicted Parents', a 2 part BBC2 documentary, was recognised by the BQF at a ceremony held at Guildhall on 15 March 2018. The project aimed to improve knowledge around addiction in order to reduce stigma as part of Phoenix's 'Confident about Recovery' strategy.

In addition to providing services that enable individuals and families to achieve sustainable recovery, we are committed to helping reduce the stigma of addiction that limits access to treatment and hinders progress in recovery.

The documentary was broadcast in July 2017 and featured Phoenix's National Specailist Family Service. Phoenix worked with TV production company Lambent Productions who filmed for 12 months within the service to capture a unique insight into the lives of people affected by addiction.

We would like to thank the BQF for recognising the project, the many partners that helped us to show such a valuable insight into this issue, and especially the staff and service users who shared their experiences with a national audience of millions.

 

 

 

Phoenix Futures is a registered charity in England and Wales (No 284880) and in Scotland (No SCO39008); Company Limited by Guarantee Number 1626869; Registered Tenant Services Authority Number H3795