CRI’s 2012 Impact Report has been published

  • impact report 2012

Personal stories and innovative approaches complement the impacts reported in this year’s document. From a young person to someone with 15 years of drug dependence, the report brings to life what the statistics and project services also mean to individuals who use the charity’s services across England and Wales.

CRI serves local communities with its record of health care, particularly prescribing, and its work in integrated offender management, which works to help people stop using substances and reintegrate into the community with advice on housing and opportunities to volunteer.

Once a year when the production of this report highlights the services CRI offers and the impact the charity has in communities and on people’s lives.

It’s also a reminder that our people are encouraged to use their own initiative to implement activities such as football tournaments and family support groups that allow us to have a wider reach into the community.

The report is available to download or you can request a print copy.