Collective Voice was founded in 2015 by charities with a shared mission of supporting people with drug and alcohol problems.
They wanted to ensure the expertise of drug and alcohol treatment and recovery services, and the people who those services help, was part of policy and political discussions.
Since 2015 more sponsoring charities have joined our mission and together those organisations support over 200,000 people every year.
We have also become constituted as a charity and appointed an independent chair to steer our continuing evolution. We recognise the collective leadership shown by these organisations in founding Collective Voice and are proud to build on that foundation. The support, expertise and networks of the sponsors remains core to Collective Voice’s success.
Collective Voice is the national charity working to improve England’s drug and alcohol treatment and recovery systems