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Contact us (UK)

Contact Info:

For the UK, contact:

Professor David Best
Professor of Criminology
Department of Law and Criminology
Development and Society
Sheffield Hallam University
Room HC.2.14, Heart of the Campus Building, Collegiate Crescent, Collegiate Campus, Sheffield, S10 2BQ
Telephone: +44 (0)114 225 5435

If you have any questions about drugs or drugs use, you can contact (https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/drugs/Pages/Drugshome.aspx).

Visit the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/about-us/academic-departments/law-and-criminology/the-helena-kennedy-centre-for-international-justice

Contact us (NL)

Contact Info:

Voor Nederland neem contact op met:

Thomas Martinelli
IVO
Heemraadssingel 194
3021DM Rotterdam
Nederland
martinelli@ivo.nl
www.ivo.nl

Mocht je vragen hebben over drugs of drugsgebruik dan kun je terecht op www.drugsinfo.nl of bel de drugs infolijn: 0900-1995 (€0,10/min)

Voor België neem contact op met:

Lore Bellaert
Universiteit Gent
Vakgroep Orthopedagogiek
Begijnhoflaan 464
9000 Gent
België
Lore.Bellaert@UGent.be

Indien u vragen heeft over drugs of drugsgebruik dan kan u terecht bij De Druglijn door te bellen naar 078 15 10 20, of gratis via mail, Skype of chat: www.druglijn.be

Sheffield Hallam University

Contact Partners

David Best

Catrin Andersson

Jamie Irving

Gera Nagelhout

Wouter Vanderplasschen

Lore Bellaert

Thomas Martinelli

Jessica De Maeyer

Sheffield Addiction Research Recovery Group

SARRG is a peer-led group which aims to support recovery focussed groups in their efforts to promote recovery oriented activities. The group aims undertake research and action focussed on enhancing recovery from addiction. All research undertaken will be by mutual consent, with our partner organisations and the results made publicly available, via our website, with the express intention of further enhancing recovery practices. SAARG aims to help reduce stigma, by supporting partner organisations and helping to provide an evidence base that will inform best recovery practices.