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Treatment and recovery during Covid-19: evidence and comment

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It has now been over three months since the UK entered Covid-19 lockdown. As we begin to take the first tentative steps towards the lifting restrictions, more research on the effects of Covid-19 and our experiences during lockdown is being published.

We will be compiling the latest findings that relate to the drug and alcohol sector and the wider field of multiple disadvantage on this page, and ask that anyone wanting to add resources should contact Peter Keeling peter@collectivevoice.org.uk. We’re particularly interested in understanding how systems have responded to the crisis, and the adaptations to services and organisations.

 

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