VoiceAbility work across England with people who are vulnerable or marginalised to raise their voices and have their rights respected
The Camden Dual Diagnosis Project has brought together people with experience of mental health and substance use issues to look at the support they have received from local health and social care services. You can read their findings here.
The Group conducted peer to peer research over the autumn and winter months. They led a series of focus groups, questionnaires and supported service users to record their experiences. The research found that it was often difficult for service users to get support for their mental health issues and substance use issues at the same time. This sometimes resulted in people not wanting to be open about the different issues they have, for fear it may affect the support they receive.
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