Steve used heroin for a few years back in the late nineties. He
was off heroin for about 8-years but relapsed in 2009.
I am 43 years old and have spent 22 years in prison for many
violent offences, including murder. My upbringing was one of
violence from the age of 6.
Jason's story – as told by his worker
Jason was referred to Stonham by his worker at Pathways to
recovery as someone who wanted to get back into education following
a 10 year period of heroin use and a stint in prison.
Sarah's Story - Getting involved transformed my life
Sarah drank alcohol so that she didn’t have to think about
problems in her life. She started a computer course and now
gets involved with as much as she can.
Kidderminster Recovery Cafe Story
At Kidderminster recovery cafe we experienced the positive
effect of having service users supporting each other in the
recovery community. A young man was brought to see us by a
Pathways worker and someone from WHABAC.
Ted was a 46 year old man referred to Pathways to Recovery in
Evesham through his GP on 15.06.11. Ted had lost his wife to
lung cancer in Dec 2009 and had started to drink while she was
- Talk to Frank
and confidential information and signposting.
Community programme to encourage
abstinence from alcohol.
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other.
Information, training and support for carers, support groups and
- Alcohol Myths
Test your knowledge of alcohol-related
risks and find out the facts about drinking.
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