On March 18, Collective Voice was formally launched at the House of Lords. The project has been developed to ensure that the voice of the drug and alcohol treatment sector
Collective Voice launched in August last year with a brief to influence local and national responses to drug and alcohol recovery to the benefit of service users and their communities.
The 2016 drug strategy gives us an opportunity to finally address the deficits in access to mental health services, jobs and homes, which have undermined the recovery aspirations of the
Ahead of the Comprehensive Spending Review announcements on 25 November Collective Voice has produced a briefing setting out our position. Recent media stories suggest that the public health grant will
Collective Voice is a collaboration of eight of the largest voluntary sector providers of Drug and Alcohol treatment in the country, responsible for more than half of the treatment provided
In the 2015 Conservative manifesto the government committed itself to” support people struggling with addiction”. The clinical services which are the bedrock of this support are commissioned by Local Authorities
Alcohol and drug services in this country are amongst the best in the world. The investment which has underpinned this is under significant threat. Most of our service users live
A group made up of third sector providers including Addaction, Blenheim, Cranstoun, CRI, Lifeline Project, Phoenix Futures, Swanswell and Turning Point have appointed Paul Hayes, to lead and develop the