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30th Anniversary Story - Frankie Morris

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'Whether you come from a park bench or from Park Lane, if you have an addiction, it wants you dead.' Read More

30th Anniversary Story - Lorna

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Lorna Higgs (51) understands that you’re not born with mental health problems – she knows from experience that trauma causes them. Lorna now lives contentedly in the very road in Oxford where her mother and grandmother grew up. At the age of 11, she won a scholarship to a private school, but drink ruined her life. Read her story to find out how change is possible: Read More

30th Anniversary Story - David

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As part of our 30th anniversar year, we are producing a story each month demonstrating the work we have achieved over the last 30 years. Our June story is about a client who accessed our residential treatment services. Read More

30th Anniversary Case Study - Tom

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As part of our 30th anniversar year, we are producing a case study each month demonstrating the work we have achieved over the last 30 years. Our May story is about a client who accessed our residential treatment services. Read More

30th Anniversary Case Study - Jenny

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As part of our 30th anniversary year, we are producing a case study each month demonstrating the work we have achieved over the last 30 years. Our March story is about a women who accessed our women-only residential treatment service. Read More

30th Anniversary Case Study - David Smith

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As part of our 30th anniversary year, we are producing a case study each month demonstrating the work we have achieved over the last 30 years. Our February story is about a family member who accessed our Family Services.  Read More

30th Anniversary Case Study - Rob Mackie

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As part of our 30th anniversary year, we are going to produce a case study each month demonstrating the work we have achieved over the last 30 years. Our January story is about a client who accessed the residential treatment service at Nelson Trust. Read More