Pathways to Recovery Event 15th January 2019 - Report

Read our brief report of the event held at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, organised by SHAAP and addressed by Monica Lennon MSP, which brought together alcohol misuse survivors, people in recovery and organisations supporting them in their journey. The summary outlines key priorities identified by the workshops held.

Just out: reports from December and January 'Occasionals'

Read about Visibility and Voice within the Addiction Recovery Advocacy Movement and an evaluation of the 'Drink Wise, Age Well' interventions here

FYFA Focus on Youth Football & Alcohol - New report out now

Read SHAAP/Eurocare's new review of international sporting bodies' alcohol marketing policies in relation to young people. The evidence shows that increased exposure to alcohol advertising leads to increased consumption among youth; sporting organisations must take more responsibilitity for preventing alcohol harms and remove alcohol marketing from sporting events.

Booking open for our 'Paths to Recovery' event:15th Jan 2019

SHAAP is pleased to announce registration is open for our 'Paths to Recovery for individuals, families and communities' event co-hosted with recovery support organisations in Scotland. This will be a FREE half-day workshop held at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Booking essential to secure your place!

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