The BBC Addiction Prevents programming has been around since the 1990s and is still going strong. This program seeks to provide a safe and nurturing environment for those who suffer from drug dependency. As the programme explains:
It’s not just individuals who become addicted to drugs, but families as well who can suffer a great deal from drug dependency. Family members have to deal with the fact that a loved one who suffers from this disease, is in a position to harm themselves as well as those around them. They can’t tell the addict that they have a problem and there is nothing to be done about it. The programme offers a safe environment where the family can discuss their problems and get support from an expert, who works in a professional atmosphere to help families who suffer from drug dependency.
In order to access the programme, you need to first be a BBC member. You then need to sign up to receive a free email newsletter of information and advice about the programmes. To get your first email newsletter, you need to login to the BBC homepage and click on ‘subscribe’. Once you’ve done that you can sign up to receive your first email newsletters.
The programme provides links to organisations and centres where you can find help for addicts in your area. You can also find out whether or not the centres are accredited and how the programmes work.
You can learn much more about the programme through the BBC Addiction Prevents website. The site has links to other websites related to the programme. These include links to forums, a news page and a list of links to places where you can get support.
The programme is delivered via emails and you will receive your first email once you become a member. You will need to confirm your subscription each month but the cost is very minimal.
You can also access the BBC Addiction Prevents website where you can find out information about the programme. If you have any problems or questions that are not answered on the website, you can get support and advice online. The site is hosted by the National Addictions Information Service. You can also find out what organisations are involved in the programme, and what is being taught.
The programme is broadcast on BBC Radio and TV and you can listen to it on the Internet. You can listen on the radio at the programme website and also on BBC World Wide Radio. There are also regular podcasts of the programs that are available to download to listen to.
The BBC website also has some reviews of the programme and this can be of use for people who are looking to use the programme as part of their own recovery program. You can also learn more about the programme through the BBC Addiction Prevents blog. Here you can read information about the programme’s progress and what has happened during the programme.
The BBC website is full of other information and you can find out how you can keep up to date with developments on the programme. There is advice on using the programme, whether you should take part in the programme and whether it is suitable for your situation. and even links to other relevant material. If you live in Scotland, the programme can be downloaded onto a PC or MAC.
If you live in the United Kingdom, you can find out more about how to access the programme by checking the BBC Addiction Prevents blog. You will also find the programme schedules so that you know when the programme is due on. You can even sign up to receive updates on any changes made to the programme.
If you want to know how to go on with your life after going through the programme, you can go online to the official BBC website. You can sign up to receive the programme on your mobile phone, as well as online to receive the programme and other updates.