In its role as a system convenor and collaborator, Collective Voice has consistently brought together experts from across the field as issue- or theme-specific working groups.
These groups serve a number of key functions:
They support the field to build cross-organisational networks that strengthen our collective ability to champion treatment and recovery.
They provide Collective Voice with invaluable insight into the short- and long-term challenges facing our field and the people it serves.
They act, where appropriate, as an interface with government and other allied systems.
Collective Voice currently runs groups looking at young people and children’s services, women in treatment, Tier 4 services, campaigns and communications, service-user involvement and lived experience, human resources, and learning and development.
Collective Voice is the national charity working to improve England’s drug and alcohol treatment and recovery systems