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Collective Voice members respond to review of drugs

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Last Thursday 8th July, the second part of Dame Carol Black’s landmark independent review of drugs was published. The review makes 32 wide-ranging recommendations that, if acted on, would signal the biggest shake-up in a generation for drug treatment, recovery and prevention.

Collective Voice responded jointly to the review with the NHS Addictions Provider Alliance, the English Substance Use Commissioners Group, and Adfam.

Individual Collective Voice members also responded to the review:

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