Mulberry Community Project is an independant charity working for people in recovery. We are a non-commissioned service offering a unique service in Blackpool and it has been very successful and has saved lives. We do not want to be a commissioned service because that would change our ethos and the way we do things and we would then become answerable to commissioners. However we would like to be recognised for the brillient work we do and we would like to be included and used by the other services in Blackpool. What are your thoughts on this? Should services exclude us from the recovery scene or should the people seeking recovery be encouraged to ask what we do? It raises the question of human rights and social justice if people are being denied the right to be shown the best route for them and their addiction/recovery.