PEOPLE WITH EXPERIENCE of mental health and substance misuse issues have spread their wings with the help of a "life-changing" peer-to-peer training course offered by Caniad.
In terms of acknowledging older adults in substance misuse policy or strategy, Wales is ahead of its UK counterparts – but we know there is more to be done including tackling ageism and stigma.
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CAIS LED THE WAY by signing the WCVA's new membership charter on behalf the wider voluntary sector throughout Wales.
A Supreme Court ruling clearing the way for the introduction of minimum alcohol pricing in Wales has been welcomed by CAIS chief executive Clive Wolfendale.
WREXHAM RECOVERY and rehabilitation hub Champions' House has been relaunched -- with a wider range of help for disadvantaged and vulnerable people, and a revitalised programme of training and events.
A PROJECT DESIGNED to help rehabilitated offenders and people in recovery from mental health and substance misuse issues needs your vote!