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TfL’s Drug and Alcohol Assessment and Treatment Service, part 2

Part 2: Selina’s story

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In the concluding article in a two-part series, Occupational Health [at Work] editor John Ballard spoke to Selina, who successfully battled her addiction to alcohol with the help of Transport for London’s in-house Drug and Alcohol Treatment Service. She has been abstinent for eight years and remains a valued employee of the company..

In the first part of this series, I visited Transport for London (TfL’s) groundbreaking in-house Drug and Alcohol Assessment and Treatment Service (DAATS), which this year celebrates 25 years in operation. In this final part, I spoke to Selina, a TfL employee who conquered her addiction to alcohol after her referral to DAATS and has now been abstinent for eight years..

 

John Ballard is editor of Occupational Health [at Work]

Author: Ballard J

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Occupational Health at Work February/March 2019 (vol. 15/5) pp36-38

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