SUIT Substance MagazineSubstance Magazine

A magazine written for service users by service users and includes articles on Harm reduction, complementary therapies, News from service providers, readers stories, jokes and poems and other articles provided by service users.

1,000 copies are printed bi – monthly.  Magazine is distributed through service providers, GP’s surgeries, Hostels, Prisons, and Police Stations.

What SUIT say..

Here at SUIT we produce a bi-monthly magazine, entitled ‘Substance’ is a drug service user produced publication that looks at the world of drugs, and drug related issues from our own perspective.

It enables the reader to look into the mindset of the writer and will hopefully in turn educate people as to some of the issues, concerns and thoughts that a person suffering from substance misuse may face.

It is distributed locally to service providers, police stations, hostels, prisons, GP surgeries – as well as anywhere else we feel that it may be useful.

Click here to view all back-editions of Substance Magazine.

For any further information please contact:

NamePositionTelephone
Sunny DhadleyDrug Service User Involvement Officer01902 328983

Mission Statement

Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council exists to support the development and sustainability of an effective voluntary and community sector, promoting the principle and practice of voluntary and community activity, in order to facilitate the development of diverse, strong communities and to enhance quality of life within the City of Wolverhampton.

Target Groups and Location

WVSC will primarily work with new and existing voluntary organisations and community groups in Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas with a priority given to those working with the socially disadvantaged and isolated. In addition, WVSC will take appropriate steps to ensure that its services and activities are targeted at and accessible to those voluntary organisations and community groups that work with the socially disadvantaged and isolated.

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