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Work with the Somali community in London
This project, concluded in 2009, examined the particular issues surrounding drug and alcohol use in London's Somali community.
The project included various workshops and training events and worked extensively with a number of Somali community groups.
The final report of the project, Becoming Visible: the Somali community and substance use in London (pdf), looks at the wider issue of substance use in the Somali community and how support services can enhance their ability to work with Somali people.