Addaction has today announced a bold new strategy for the next five years under the name ‘Sparking a Better Future’. The strategy recognises that we all want to be well and healthy, but that the system isn’t working for everyone.
Young Addaction is celebrating 10 years of delivering services for young people across Lancashire. Over the course of the past decade we’re very proud to have worked with thousands of young people, raising awareness of substance misuse and promoting mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Over a quarter (28%) of Brits value the wisdom that loved ones have passed on more than money, keepsakes or property. The research is part of this year's annual Remember a Charity awareness week which encourages people to consider leaving a charitable gift in their Will.
Thinkaction are delighted to announce they have partnered with SilverCloud, an NHS-approved online CBT service, to help reach out to people experiencing mental health issues including depression, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
A life worth fighting for with his little boy and a job he’d longed for were the motivation Kevin Christian needed to go from client to employee with Addaction Cornwall. Kevin has this month started working within the criminal justice team based at Truro as a recovery worker.
Addaction is pleased to announce the appointment of Alex Carlile, Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC FRSA, as Chair of the Board of Trustees. Lord Carlile will join the Board with immediate effect and will succeed Adrian Auer as Chairman with effect from 15 September 2016, following Adrian’s retirement.
Addaction has launched a new not-for-profit social enterprise, Healthaction. Constituted as a Community Interest Company, Healthaction has been designed to operate primary care services with a new model for general practice, which intends to help people to manage their health more effectively.