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Introducing our new look

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At a time of opportunity and renewal in our treatment and recovery system, we’re delighted to today launch our refreshed brand identity as the national alliance of treatment and recovery charities.

We have sought to strike a balance by retaining our “legacy” green, while adding a new palette of complementary colours and bold visuals that we hope suggest the animation and engagement that characterise our field and Collective Voice’s place in it.

This renewal in our brand’s look and feel also heralds the arrival of our new strategy (watch this space!), a new approach to our governance and an ambitious collaborative project with the NHS Addiction Provider Alliance aimed at reducing drug-related deaths.

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Collective Voice is the national charity working to improve England’s drug and alcohol treatment and recovery systems