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Heroin Assisted Treatment scheme has successful first year

Middlesbrough's Heroin Assisted Treatment programme has been awarded a 'prestigious' research grant, marking the first anniversary of the scheme which is successful in cutting levels of reoffending.

Danny Ahmed, HAT's Clinical Lead, with participant

Danny Ahmed, HAT's Clinical Lead, with participant

Date - 9th November 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
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The Heroin Assisted Treatment (HAT) scheme, the first of its type in the UK, was set up by the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner in Middlesbrough last year. It aims to promote long-term recovery away from a life of addiction and re-offending,...
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