Blenheim is a charity that provides support services for drug & alcohol users, families and carers
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Abusive relationships were the only ones I had and knew before I came to Blenheim. Mum tried to bring us all up on her own but her need of the bottle and her bi-polar just made it impossible.
Opening our doors to the community
Since Blenheim was founded in 1964, we have supported thousands of people struggling with addiction. In March, as part of our 50th celebrations, we opened the doors of our services to their local communities.
John Jolly talking about the future of the drug and alcohol sector in this months DDN
As Blenheim celebrates its 50th anniversary, chief executive
John Jolly talks to David Gilliver about the organisations future direction and some of the risks facing the field.
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