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City Receives £540,000 Funding to Reduce Alcohol Harm

Work to treat and support people harmed by alcohol in Nottingham has been given a £540,000 boost from Public Health England.

More screening and prevention will be provided at the Emergency Department of the Queen’s Medical Centre, while more dedicated housing for people with complex needs, such as alcohol dependency, will be created by Framework.

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