Learning from the Cranstoun and DVIP, Men Masculinities Substance Use and Aggression Programme funded by the Lankelly Chase Foundation has been published in a policy briefing.
“This practice briefing describes what has been learned from a pilot programme which set out to assess and treat a group of men disclosing behavioural concerns relating to both substance use and domestic violence. This briefing will demonstrate the extent of the violence in the lives of these clients. This behaviour can be addressed and addressing it supports the process of recovery”
This is a 26 week rolling programme that is integrated into the Cranstoun substance misuse day programme. For more information contact Change/Recovery @28b 44 (0)020 7923 8010