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Saving lives at Harbour Centre

Harbour Centre held its first open Naloxone training event on Valentine’s Day. Attendees included service users, family members, student social workers, a nurse, a paramedic and staff from a range of services, bringing the total number of people in Plymouth who carry Naloxone to 120 (excluding our outreach workers) – all since April 2016. Naloxone […]

Jacky’s Story

My name is Jacky. I’m a mother and a grandmother; I’m also a hopeless addict. I cannot put into words the way I feel very fortunate. Around 9 months ago I relapsed after a significant amount of clean and sober time. I went for it – booze, benzos, opiates and intravenous “injecting” heroin. A deadly […]

Life Story: “I’m ever so grateful to Harbour for saving my life”

My name is Jimmy, I would like to take this opportunity to tell you a little bit about myself and how I got here. I will start with how it was for me; I started drinking at an early age, 13years old, and it was that quick realisation how alcohol made me feel ok and […]

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I'm ever so grateful to Harbour for saving my life. You will never know just how grateful I am

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