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Become a sponsor
Your logo with a link to your site will appear on the website and the Daily and Weekly e-mails. We will also announce your sponsorship and our gratitude to our 14K+ twitter followers, 1300 Facebook followers and at the head of the listings.
Premium sponsors get free advertising on DS Daily throughout the year. Gold and silver sponsors only pay half price for advertisements in DS Daily.
Annual sponsorship levels:
Premium - £5k Your logo and weblink will be added to the very top of every mail out and DS Daily web page.
Gold - £1500 - £4999 Your logo and weblink will be added to the right hand column of every mail out and DS Daily web page.
Silver - £500 - £1499 Your logo and weblink will be added to the left hand column of every mail out and DS Daily web page, beneath any ads.
If you want to become a DrugScope Daily Sponsor please contact Harry Shapiro
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Please send Jackie the information you want on the ad (one or two short sentences), the web link and, if desired, an image (140px maximum width). Jackie can re-size your image if necessary.
£100/month (£50 or free for sponsors - see below)
Your advert will be placed on every page of this website and on all daily and weekly mails for the month (over 4,800 subscribers).
I have been regularly receiving DS Daily for a couple of years now. It has proved extremely useful to me in my capacity as a trainer as it has up to date information, not just from the UK but from around the world. Therefore when I decided to start my own drug and alcohol training business it seemed like a natural place to put an advert for my services. I found the people at DS Daily both friendly and helpful, and it proved extremely easy to get the advert placed. Now I know this is getting to the heart of the people I want to reach, as over 4,500 people in the drug and alcohol sector regularly read, and benefit from, the bulletin. Not only that, but for a month of advertising the rates are extremely reasonable. Indeed, so far advertising with DS Daily has more than paid for itself in terms of the contacts I have made as a result. I will continue to advertise with DS Daily, and I happily recommend their services to other organisations. Tim Pope, Owner, TLP Addiction Training - http://www.drugawareness.info/
Our current sponsors:
We are extremely grateful to our current sponsors without whom we could not keep this service going. Here's a little more about each of them:
For nearly 50 years, Addaction has been reaching out to people struggling with drugs and alcohol and supporting them to transform their lives. Last year alone we helped 67,000 people to make a change. Our services are staffed by teams of experienced, dedicated and committed individuals with expertise in delivering drug and alcohol interventions and supporting people to change their lives. For more information about Addaction, please visit our site
Phoenix Futures provides services for people with drug and alcohol problems. We offer services within community, prison and residential settings in England and Scotland. They are able to support their service users at every stage of their recovery.
Change,grow,live provide treatment and support to over 68,000 vulnerable people in England and Wales every day. They champion people who have faced hardships like abuse, homelessness and addiction, and empower them to lead the lives they want, on their terms.
The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) was established in 1993. The EMCDDA exists to provide the EU and its Member States with a factual overview of European drug problems and a solid evidence base to support the drugs debate. Today it offers policymakers the data they need for drawing up informed drug laws and strategies. It also helps professionals and practitioners working in the field pinpoint best practice and new areas of research.
Alcohol & Drug Problems affect lots of people. A national poll in 2009 showed that almost 1 in 5 adults have been personally affected by drug addiction alone: that's over 82,000 people in Bristol. Many more people have problems with alcohol.
And tackling an alcohol or drug problem can be tough - but there are people making major changes in their lives every day. As part of the new Bristol ROADS (Recovery Orientated Alcohol & Drugs Service), Bristol Drugs Project helps over 3,000 people a year to make those changes.
EDP Drug & Alcohol Services support people to address their drug and alcohol misuse. A fundamental belief underpinning our work is that, given the right support and resources, people can and do make remarkable changes.
RAPt (the Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust) works to help people with drug and alcohol dependence, both in prison and in the community, overcome the grip of addiction and lead positive lives, free from drugs and crime.
In 1992 RAPt founded the first drug treatment facility in a UK prison. Today we are the leading provider of intensive, abstinence-based drug and alcohol rehabilitation programmes in UK prisons, and we provide high-quality drug and alcohol services to over 20,000 people every year within the criminal justice system and in the community.
Studio House is a residential, abstinence based project, supporting individuals, from all over the UK, wanting to recover from drug and alcohol dependence and who may be living with mental health issues (dual diagnosis). Our project presents opportunities for people and communities to thrive by helping individuals create healthier choices in maintaining an abstinent lifestyle, improving their quality of life. We create a peer working environment for staff, volunteers and students to develop professionally and personally, where relationships and wellbeing really matters.
The Association of Police Controlled Drugs Liaison Officers (APCDLO) was formed in 2000 by a small group of officers to improve working relationships with the rest of the police service and their partner agencies to promote best practice at both national and regional level. To help support this aim, the Association continue their links with The National Police Chiefs Council.
Aspire is a partnership organisation set up by Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) and registered charity The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS).
Between us we’ve been delivering safe, effective interventions for alcohol addiction and drug addiction in Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire for over 30 years. We’ve helped thousands of local people on the road to recovery, as we help deliver the national strategy locally.
The Australian Drug Foundation works to prevent alcohol and other drug harm in communities around Australia. As well as delivering the Good Sports program — Australia’s largest health initiative in community sport, reaching nearly two million people — we are Australia’s leading provider of information about emerging alcohol and other drug research.
The Centre for Public Health is a vibrant research and teaching community working at a local, regional, national and international level. It is committed to a multi-disciplinary approach to public health and works in partnership with health services, local authorities, judicial bodies, environmental services and community groups. Our innovative MSc in Public Health (Addictions) programme examines the harm and risk relating to addiction and the interventions, policies and strategies employed to reduce them. Addiction has a significant, detrimental impact on public health, affecting millions worldwide. It can no longer be seen as an isolated issue, rather a serious health concern, requiring carefully planned, evidence-based control, management and prevention strategies. Our MSc explores this fascinating area via a number of stand-alone modules focusing on understanding addiction and the policies used to tackle it, the evidence base of harms and risks through epidemiological studies, and develops your research skills for a dissertation project
Norfolk Recovery Partnership (NRP) provides advice and treatment for adults with drug and alcohol problems across Norfolk.
Our friendly, committed and enthusiastic staff offer a range of services from expert advice through to full confidential assessment; leading on to a comprehensive range of treatments to meet your needs.
The Matthew Project is a value driven charity based in Norfolk and Suffolk working in innovative ways with adults, young people and communities affected by drugs and alcohol. Through the Matthew Project's varied services, young people and adults receive professional advice, information, counselling, support, care and education.
Disclaimer: Please note that sponsorship does not mean endorsement of products or services