Preston drug addiction charity plans to reopen doors on Monday

A Preston based charity that has been helping people in recovery from substance misuse and associated poor mental health for the last seven years is preparing to open its doors to people again on Monday.

Thursday, 13th May 2021, 12:30 pm

The Tribal Project had launched a self-referral service that will give Plungington residents, who are concerned about their drug or alcohol use, ‘priority access’ to their services at their Brook Street offices, after a rise in anti social behaviour and crime in the community.

But the pandemic halted their work.

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Paul Seddon (left) and Ian Edmondson, co-founders of Tribal Project (image credit: Tribal Project YouTube)
Paul Seddon (left) and Ian Edmondson, co-founders of Tribal Project (image credit: Tribal Project YouTube)

Its group work will now start again after further restrictions are eased on May 17.

Ian Edmondson, service director, said: “We are engaged with over 40 people on a weekly basis and anticipate this number growing dramatically once lockdown finishes.”

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