We have been exhibiting this week at one of North America's leading conferences on Community Corrections, hosted by the ICCA (www.iccalive.org).
As those like us that follow the sector know, the variance in opinions about the merits of e-cigarettes continue to widen.
In recent weeks we have been lucky enough to have spent some time with KPMG's pioneering Digital Healthcare team based in London.
Over the past six years we’ve been implementing Breaking Free across a wide range of treatment and recovery services and settings. It's no surprise that the intervention is generating such great outcomes and research because the Behaviour Change Techniques (BCTs) it comprises were all selected on the basis of their proven effectiveness.
A central objective of the Government’s Transforming Rehabilitation (TR) strategy for reducing reoffending is to strengthen the support provided to offenders as they transition “through the prison gate” from custody to community. And it is very apparent that the need for this continuity of care is particularly acute in the treatment of alcohol and drug dependency.