Report and Infographic
Disinvestment and the Reinvented Organisation
By Ian Wardle, Lifeline Project CEO
An analysis of local authority homelessness data.
By Ian Wardle. Lifeline CEO
A resource pack on new psychoactive substances for educators and practitioners working with young people.
Evidence from multiple sources shows that risk taking behaviour among young people is declining at a population level.
Analysis implicates alcohol in development of breast, liver and other types of cancer and says even moderate consumption is a risk
Click here to view our latest infographic: Integrating Health and Social Care in Scotland and Greater Manchester
Public consultation seeking views on the UK Chief Medical Officers’ proposed new guidelines to limit the health risks associated with the consumption of alcohol.
Services, Volunteering and Reports from the 2014/15 year.
By Ian Wardle
A series of infographics developed by Lifeline.
Watch our short video on the 2015 Recovery Walk in Durham.
Public Health England have created Health Matters, a new resource for public health professionals, which brings together important facts, figures and evidence of effective (and cost-effective) interventions to tackle major public health problems.
How many new drugs were detected in Europe over the last year? Is cannabis getting stronger? How many Europeans have ever used an illicit drug?
The government announced that “new legislation will … ban the new generation of psychoactive drugs”.
The Psychoactive Substances Bill was introduced in the House of Lords on 28 May. The bill will apply across the UK.
Download our infographics about Health, Equality, & Substance Misuse in Rotherham.