New report reveals impact of substance use on LGB young people

Graham Robson October 5, 2022

The Mix, a charity that provides free, confidential support for young people under 25 via online, social and mobile, has released a new report which looks at how young LGB people are impacted by substance use, and reveals how LGB communities are more likely to experience mental health challenges with substance use.

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Kennedy Street Recovery wins funding to secure its Community Recovery Hub

Graham Robson June 13, 2022

Brighton addiction recovery charity Kennedy Street Recovery has been awarded funding through Postcode Society Trust, which will enable the charity to achieve its main priority of 2022: to secure a permanent base for its Community Recovery Hub.

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Local artists recovering from addiction record new album

Graham Robson January 15, 2021

Liberation Through the Looking Glass features LGBTQ+ talent such as Annie Murray and represents the equality, diversity, and the ethos of inclusivity that the record label is built on.

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UKAT figures reveal more alcoholics than ever check into South East rehabs

Graham Robson September 13, 2020

Figures from the UK Addiction Treatment Group reveal that more alcoholics than ever before have admitted themselves into rehabs across the South East during the four month peak of the Coronavirus crisis

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City addiction project secures £10,000 Lottery funding

May 31, 2020

Kennedy St, a Brighton based addiction project, secures £10,000 of National Lottery funding to ensure its programme of support is available to all who need it during the coronavirus pandemic.

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