Nicholas Conn

Nicholas Conn

Nicholas Conn is a leading industry addiction expert who runs the UK’s largest addiction advisory service and is regularly featured in the national press, radio and TV. He is the founder and CEO of a drug and alcohol rehab centre called Help4addiction, which was founded in 2015. He has been clean himself since 2009 and has worked in the Addiction and Rehab Industry for over a decade. Nick is dedicated to helping others recover and get treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. In 2013, he released a book The Thin White Line that is available on Amazon.

Wikipedia Page: Nicholas Conn on Wikipedia.

Sky News Story: Benzos and the dark web – how lockdown fuelled the online drugs market.

Sky News Feature: Sky News Interview with Nicholas Conn on Lockdown Alcohol Growth.

BBC Radio: Nicholas Conn talks about his battle with cocaine addiction.

The Sun: Nicholas Conn is an ex cocaine addict who now runs an organisation to help others who are struggling.

The Mirror: Nicholas Conn was a policeman for four years, during which time he became addicted to cocaine.

Daily Mail: Health fears as lockdown leads to unprecedented surge in alcohol problems… with four in ten households drinking more than before.

The Telegraph: There’s a pandemic of addiction happening right now – and dads are the ones struggling.

Watford Observer: Nicholas Conn, a former police officer from Watford, talks to Rosy Moorhead about his addiction to cocaine and about the book he has written to help others.

Boreham Wood Times: A former policeman whose cocaine habit led him to drug running for the Albanian mafia has been helping to turn around the lives of people suffering from addictions.

Hampstead Highgate Express: Police officer was high on cocaine while fighting crime in Camden.

Stratford Observer Lockdown Driving Women and Those Furloughed To Drink Excessively More Alcohol.

My News Mag: Watford dad uses his own experiences to support people suffering from addiction.

Jeremy Vine Show: Police Officer on Cocaine.

Watford Observer: The impact that COVID has had on people is its own pandemic.

Metro: I went from police officer, to drug addict, to working for the mafia.

The Independent: I think I have a drinking problem – how do I ask for help?.