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Have your say on drug and alcohol help in Brighton and Hove
11:00am Sunday 28th July 2013 in News
People are being asked for their opinion on drug and alcohol treatment services in Brighton and Hove.
Brighton and Hove City Council is reviewing the existing system with the aim of putting new services in place in April 2015.
It is asking existing and past patients and their families, partners and friends for their views, along with professionals and anyone else with an interest.
Brighton and Hove deputy director of public health, Peter Wilkinson, said: “We want to make sure we provide the very best substance misuse and alcohol services for local people and that’s why we want as big a discussion city-wide as possible.
“If anyone knows of someone who might have a viewpoint, please encourage them to take part.
“You will not be asked to register or leave any personal details.”
The closing date for responses is Wednesday August 14.
For more details, visit http://consult.brightonhove.gov. uk/public/bhcc/daa/yourviews drugsandalcohol.
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