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What the recovery community and AddictionsUK have in place during the Covid-19 Pandemic

During these unprecedented times, every single individual is having to make changes to their everyday life to contend with coronavirus. Governments across the world have asked citizens to stay home only to go out for emergency supplies of medicine and food, self-isolate and are not permitted to meet with anyone face to face from outside […]

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How Covid-19 is impacting but not preventing our service to assist sister organisation Addictions North East

Addictions UK (ADUK) is very proud of our sister service Addictions North East (ADNE) and how during these difficult times they are still operating to serve some of the most vulnerable individuals in the County Durham region. ADNE was founded in 2002, with the aim to help individuals in the north of England find recovery […]

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Addictions UK Director of Casework Gains Further Accreditation

25th February 2019 Simon Stephens, Addictions UK Director of Case Work has just been awarded “Senior Counsellor Accredited Status” by the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists. The importance of training and workplace development through further study is vital in the modern age.  Not least for people in recovery from addiction.  All the available research […]

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Helping employees with addictions

November 2018 Issues that relate to alcohol cost employers with 200 staff around £38,000 through absence and performance issues according to psychiatrist Dr Adam Winstock referring to figures from the Global Drugs Survey. Employers are facing bigger bills especially in Employment Tribunals if they have a lack of clarity or unclear and contradictory policies. Speaking […]

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