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Phoenix Futures publishes “Making Rehab Work”

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In Making Rehab Work, Phoenix Futures has produced a comprehensive analysis of the causes behind the decline in access to residential treatment in England. With endorsement from across the field, the report powerfully underlines the need for the full range of evidence-based treatment options to be available to people facing drug or alcohol addiction.

With the field on the brink of potential renewal through a robust goverment response to the Black Review, it is vitally important that the role of residential rehabilitation is embedded in the plans to rebuild the system.

You can read the full report here.


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