15 August 2018: New dates for family and friends programmes announced

The next retreats for families and friends of from people suffering from addiction have been announced.Read more

17 July 2018: Join the Action on Addiction family at RUN10

Action on Addiction is offering a unique opportunity for supporters and beneficiaries of the charity to come together to achieve a personal goal.Read more

4 July 2018: Action on Addiction responds to the Children's Commissioner's Vulnerability Report

Action on Addiction welcomes today’s report from the Children’s Commissioner which highlights the plight of vulnerable children across the country whose complex needs are not being met.Read more

4 July 2018: The Brink secures funding to support volunteer opportunities

Action on Addiction's Liverpool-based dry bar The Brink is set to support more of its volunteering staff after successfully securing funding from The Albert Gubay Foundation.Read more

15 June 2018: Rehab matters. The ‘cash for patients’ scandal damages addiction treatment

Our CEO Graham Beech has spoken about the damaging impact the cash for patients scandal has on the vital work of addiction treatment.Read more

7 June 2018: Care Quality Commission publishes another positive report on Clouds House

Action on Addiction's Chief Executive hails his team's achievements after Clouds House receives another positive report from the Care Quality Commission.Read more

11 May 2018: New date for family residential programme announced

Our residential family programme was developed 30 years ago to help family members, partners and friends who are suffering or who have suffered greatly from the consequences of another’s drug and/or alcohol misuse.Read more

10 May 2018: Fundraising burst raises £75,000

Whether it was on foot or on two wheels, three outstanding fundraising efforts during April and early May have raised nearly £75,000 for Action on Addiction.Read more

26 April 2018: The Brink supports Liverpool's youth community following funding from PH Holt Foundation

Liverpool’s only dry bar has received a grant of £8,000 over the course of a year, which will be used towards the cost of events, supporting children of those suffering from addiction.Read more