substance misuse services

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substance misuse services

Services which provide treatment and support for people in the UK with dependency problems, from intensive support in a residential setting to less formal services, such as community information centres or needle exchange facilities, and those assisting with employability, housing and money management. Substance misuse services may be managed and run by statutory, independent and voluntary bodies.
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The time has come to redesign addiction Services using a chronic disease model that tailors treatment to the patient's needs and creates capacity in every community, including:
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