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Blenheim
Blenheim work with people struggling with alcohol and drug problems across London.

Blenheim is a leading charity that helps people struggling with alcohol and drug problems across London. They provide support to help people end their dependency.

 

Blenheim work with over 9000 people a year. They work to improve not only the health of the individual, but also to create a lasting, positive impact on the wellbeing of their families, friends and the communities in which they live.


Blenheim run services across Bexley, Hammersmith and Fulham, Haringey, Harrow, Hillingdon, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Southwark, Wandsworth and Westminster. Each of these services provides free, friendly, and non-judgmental support. All of Blenheim’s services are unique and tailored to the individual and their communities.

 

For the past 50 years Blenheim has been pioneering services and social action. As a charity, they are committed to innovating and campaigning for best practice and positive change in the alcohol and substance use field.

 

Blenheim and Thames Reach’s partnership has been developed to help improve the lives of some of London’s most vulnerable and socially excluded people.

 

The partnership ensures more integrated working between the housing and substance misuse sectors and is based on evidence that housing and support coordinated with specialist treatment services means better outcomes for service users.

 

The partnership is committed to developing more innovative projects, bringing together the skills and knowledge from both organisations to maximise the support people will get.

 

The two organisations already have a strong track record of providing high quality, integrated services. At the Brixton Step project in South London, Thames Reach provides support and accommodation to men reducing their dependence on hard drugs for whom a crucial part of the package is engagement with Blenheim CDP’s Rise treatment programme.

 

You can find out more at www.blenheimcdp.org.uk