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SMART HOWARD HOUSE ONLINE SURVEY GOES LIVE

About Howard House

Howard House has been supporting Oxford residents through alcohol and drug detoxification and providing a recovery rehab programme since 2010. Over eight in ten successfully complete the 12 weeks in a residential setting and go on to a positive next stage in their recovery.

Funding streams change from May 2022 and the SMART team is conducting research to evaluate Howard House, its place in the community and what changes may be required to create a sustainable future for the service.

Can you help?

If you have been a resident at Howard House or know someone who has taken part in the programme please complete the online survey and share your experience. If you have previously volunteered at the service please also take the survey and share your thoughts. If you have been involved with the service in another way and would like to provide feedback, please contact director@smartcjs.org.uk.

How long will it take?

The survey should take no more than 5 minutes of your time to complete. If you would like to provide additional feedback please contact director@smartcjs.org.uk. The survey ends on 15th August 2021.

 

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