Current service users of Blackpool Fulfilling Lives have contributed their views to a key public consultation. 
Clients shared their opinions and experiences of the substance misuse treatment system after being consulted by representatives of Public Health Blackpool. 
The consultation will form part of the commissioning process, and clients enjoyed the opportunity to have their voices heard.
Paul, one of the service users present, said: “I had a chance to voice my opinions fairly and squarely.”
Nina Carter from Public Health Blackpool passed on her thanks to those who attended, stating: “Views of clients are really important to ensure that services are shaped to meet people’s needs. The focus group provided a great insight into how treatment services can develop in the future and the input from everyone was really useful. Thank you for your support.”
Current service users of Blackpool Fulfilling Lives have contributed their views to a key public consultation. 
Clients shared their opinions and experiences of the substance misuse treatment system after being consulted by representatives of Public Health Blackpool. 
The consultation will form part of the commissioning process, and clients enjoyed the opportunity to have their voices heard.
Paul, one of the service users present, said: “I had a chance to voice my opinions fairly and squarely.”
Nina Carter from Public Health Blackpool passed on her thanks to those who attended, stating: “Views of clients are really important to ensure that services are shaped to meet people’s needs. The focus group provided a great insight into how treatment services can develop in the future and the input from everyone was really useful. Thank you for your support.”
Current service users of Blackpool Fulfilling Lives have contributed their views to a key public consultation. 
 
Clients shared their opinions and experiences of the substance misuse treatment system after being consulted by representatives of Public Health Blackpool. 
 
The consultation will form part of the commissioning process, and clients enjoyed the opportunity to have their voices heard.
 
Paul, one of the service users present, said: “I had a chance to voice my opinions fairly and squarely.”
 
Nina Carter from Public Health Blackpool passed on her thanks to those who attended, stating: “Views of clients are really important to ensure that services are shaped to meet people’s needs. The focus group provided a great insight into how treatment services can develop in the future and the input from everyone was really useful. Thank you for your support.”