Camden Frontline has a newsletter that is published as often as possible.
If you have an article, artwork, personal story or poetry that you would like to see in the newsletter or if you would like to help with the newsletter in any way, please use the contact details on this page and get in touch. We would really like to hear from anyone that’s interested!
This edition contains: Drink Drug News (DDN) conference report, Camden User Involvement changes, Hep C support group update, artwork from Frontline members and services activities and events.
This edition contains: Never Forgotten, The hope project, Superstar pets, Black History Month, Hep C Peer Support Project, Frontline trips over the last 7 years, Poems and Countries with the harshest drug penalties.
This edition contains: An article about the prescription painkiller Tramadol, alternative uses for Vicks VapoRub, Frontline trip to Southend, Black History month, training opportunities, Opium & Needles play review by service users and more!
This edition contains: User involvement, Mobile Health Unit, Spice, St. Patricks day, Superstar Animals, Hep C update, New Drug Treatment System, a Family Story, RIP and Congratulations.
This edition contains: Tribute to Mark Brown, Black history month, Wear shoes in the house? New Naloxone initiative, info on Drinking Safely and Legal Highs, Why do we wear poppies? Camden town is falling, Personal Independence Payments & British Drugs survey.
This edition contains: Tributes to deceased Frontline member Pat Shanahan, focus groups and tender panels, photos from the summer picnic, poems, hostels pathway peer research, courses and training & World Hepatitis day.
This edition contains: National Service User conference in Birmingham, the Mobile X Ray unit, artwork, poems, reflections, Recovery And Peer Support Projecty (RAPS), dual diagnosis, contract monitoring and birthday celebrations.