Aware Recovery applauds the UK government’s £53 million for housing support for drug and alcohol recovery
Slough, Berkshire May 7, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Aware Recovery, a leading provider of addiction treatment services, welcomes the UK government’s announcement of a £53 million funding boost to improve housing support for individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
The initiative aims to provide a safe and stable environment for those in recovery, which is essential for their successful reintegration into society. The funding will support the development of new homes and the refurbishment of existing properties, providing more options for individuals in need of housing support.
Sean Taylor, CEO of Aware Recovery, says, “We are delighted to see the government’s commitment to improving housing support for those in recovery from addiction. A safe and stable living environment is critical to a person’s recovery journey, and we hope this funding will go a long way in addressing the current housing crisis faced by those in need of support.”
Aware Recovery has been at the forefront of providing high-quality addiction treatment services in the UK for several years. The company’s evidence-based approach to treatment has helped many individuals achieve long-term recovery, and their commitment to the welfare of their clients is unwavering.
“The funding boost is a step in the right direction, and we hope to see more initiatives that prioritize the health and well-being of individuals in recovery,” adds Sean Taylor.
Aware Recovery remains committed to providing the highest quality of care to individuals seeking addiction treatment, and they look forward to working closely with the government to ensure that those in need of housing support receive the help they require.
For more information about Aware Recovery’s services, visit their website at https://www.aware-recovery.co.uk/.
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