National Recovery Month comes to an end as criminologist explains why Sheffielders are more likely to die from illegal drug abuse than in a road accident

National Recovery Month comes to an end as criminologist explains why Sheffielders are more likely to die from illegal drug abuse than in a road accident
 

0 Have your say A criminologist says cuts to mental health services are one reason why people in Sheffield are over three times more likely to die from illegal drug abuse than in a road accident.
Former drug addicts and supporting groups involved in National Recovery Month have been raising awareness for recovering drug addicts throughout September.
But the month has coincided with the news that there has been a country-wide increase in the ratio of deaths from illegal drugs to deaths in road accidents, according to figures released by the BBC.
Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Sheffield... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 24
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