Research by WithYou and our partners
WithYou publishes research and reports on our work, and literature for professionals.
We also work with external partners developing the evidence base around effective support for people with substance misuse and other complex needs.
If you would like to discuss a research proposal with us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Engaging with a very marginalised community that is vulnerable to mental ill-health, but often unable to access support.
Beyond mere numbers, our webchat impact research paints a vivid picture of lives touched, crises averted, and challenges overcome.
Understanding the barriers women face in accessing drug treatment and support services.
Evidence-based and theoretically informed recommendations for scaling up HCV testing and treatment for people who inject drugs
Glasgow Caledonian University, July 2021
Survey to understand attitudes to support and treatment for substance misuse among hard-to-reach populations in Scotland
University of the West of Scotland, November 2020
Exploring the Characteristic Profile and Parental Experiences of Child Criminal Exploitation Within Shropshire.
Rebecca Plimmer, August 2020
Addressing ageism and age discrimination in alcohol policy, practice and research report.
Drink Wise, Age Well, November 2017
Childhood adversity, substance misuse and young people’s mental health.
Young Minds and Addaction, July 2017
Specialised support for veterans.
Evaluated by Sheffield Hallam University, June 2017
The Mind and Body Programme is a self-harm prevention programme being rolled out at a variety of locations.
Evaluation of the South West Hepatitis C Partnership Pilot.
Centre for Public Innovation, March 2017
The View from Young People - novel psychoactive substances research report.
Addaction, February 2017
Live research and evaluation projects
Drink Wise Age Well - an evaluation of the Big Lottery-funded Drink Wise Age Well programme for older people, carried out over five years by a UK-wide academic partnership comprising Substance Misuse and Aging Research Team at the University of Bedfordshire, Napier University, Glyndwr University and Queen’s University.
Blackpool Fulfilling Lives - a national evaluation programme has been established in order to assess the impact and results from Fulfilling Lives projects across England. The evaluation team will be gathering evidence, data and learning from the projects throughout the initiative. This will be used to measure the social and economic impact of the investment in tackling the most entrenched and complex needs through services that are better coordinated and person-centred. The Fulfilling Lives evaluation website will be used as a platform for disseminating learning, findings and evidence throughout the initiative.