Swanswell continues to offer vital support over the Easter break
30 March 2015
Swanswell will once again be staying open over the Easter break to help people affected by problem alcohol and drug use.
It’s business as usual for the national recovery charity – which wants to achieve a society free from problem alcohol and drug use – as it offers bank holiday support on Good Friday and Easter Monday, as well as its normal services at all other times.
On Friday 3 April and Monday 6 April, services will be open as usual in Coventry and Warwickshire, Birmingham, Sandwell, Leicestershire and Rutland and Avon and Somerset. Please see our contact us page for details of how to get in touch.
It’s the fifth year that Swanswell’s been open during a bank holiday period and is part of the charity’s commitment to making services available to more people when they need help.
Debbie Bannigan, Swanswell’s Chief Executive, said:
‘Bank holiday periods can often be difficult for the people who come to us for help throughout the year, so we want to make sure we’re available whenever they need us – especially when other services are closed.
‘It’s part of Swanswell’s commitment to take our services to even more people so they can change and be happy.’
To find out more about Swanswell and the services it provides, visit www.swanswell.org.