Blenheim is a charity that provides support services for drug & alcohol users, families and carers
#29 of 50 Recovery Stories
I have been a massive disappointment to my parents. I was a cute, blond haired and blue eyed boy called Clive and I knew from the age of 9 that I wanted to be a girl. Secretly slipping on mums dresses and shoes was enough in my teens but in my mid-twenties I made the decision to have surgery.
Hep C Scandal - failure to provide treatment or baseline data
National figures suggest 49% of people who inject drugs in the UK are hep C positive, this compares to just 1% who are HIV positive. This group is more likely to have been in prison and been homeless and 47% are unaware of having hep C.
Blenheim supports the Childrens National Occupational Standards Revision
Blenheim supports the changes to the Childrens Services suite, making the National Occupation Standards (NOS) applicable to workers specifically in children and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) who help children suffering from substance abuse.
#27 of 50 Recovery Stories
I came to London 25 years ago when I was a naive 20 years old. I was on my own but that was what I choose. I thought that it would be better that way. I was trying to build a new life after having to give up my baby for adoption, I wasnt married you see.
#26 of 50 Recovery Stories
The hardest thing for me is the guilt because of what I put my family through. The more they believed in me, the more pressure I felt, so just lied more and injected more to get through.
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