First of its kind study reveals far-reaching benefits of recovery for families of dependent drinkers

New research published today (26 February) – the first of its kind – shows how the recovery journey of a dependent drinker can markedly improve the lives of their families, for as long as recovery is sustained. In England, there are an estimated 595,000 dependent drinkers* and 222,000 children living in a household with a […]

Video: An infernal spark: drink, addiction and disease

This talk by our Research Manager, James Nicholls, was given at the Museum of London as part of the Gresham College series of public lectures. It looks at the history of ideas around alcohol and addiction in the UK (45 minutes).

An evaluation of the Moving Parents and Children Together (M-PACT) Programme

Research and Development Grant

Substance misuse severely affects families especially children. Members of Black and minority ethnic (BME) communities face additional complex issues.