Response to the Health and Social Care Select Committee
Drugs Policy Report
The Health and Social Care Select Committee have published their report today because they have been ‘so struck by the evidence they have received to date’ and have ‘felt compelled ‘ to publish a set of recommendations they...
Gary Rogerson died on the 28 th September after a short and sudden illness. He was 45 years old.
Gary had been part of the Phoenix family for 23 years. In 1996 he walked through the doors of the Phoenix Sheffield Residential rehabilitation service (Storth Oaks for those of us that know it well). A young man with issues to resolve, not...
Scotland's Governmental Drug DeathsTask Force aims to drive action to improve the health outcomes of people affected by drug use. Here we share what we believe to be the the urgent steps that should be taken.
Important Factors for the Scottish Task Force on Drug Related Deaths to consider
How to use storytelling to create Pro-Social Media - James Armstrong Director of Marketing and Innovation
As a charity Phoenix have been actively using social media for around eight years. It offers us an opportunity to share knowledge and experience about drugs and alcohol away from the sometimes suspect agenda, or poorly informed...
19 days ago the Office of National Statistics published the latest figures on the number of people whose death was linked to drug use, they stated “the number of deaths registered from drug use in 2018 was the highest since our record began in 1993. We have also seen the biggest year on year percentage increase’’
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