SL Alcohol and Drug Partnership
South Lanarkshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership is part of the South Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnership.
Their vision is “Working together to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone affected by alcohol and drugs in South Lanarkshire”.
Partners of the ADP include:
- Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
- NHS Lanarkshire
- Police Scotland
- Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
- South Lanarkshire Council
- Scottish Prison Service
The partnership is supported by a small dedicated team of staff who work across a range of organisations in South Lanarkshire. Their tasks include needs assessment, performance management, commissioning of new services, co-ordination of training and responding to requests from the Scottish Government on a range of alcohol and drug related issues.
For more information on the work of the partnership you can download the South Lanarkshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership Strategy 2020-2023.
The Scottish Government have launched the Whole Families Approach framework, Families Affected by Drug and Alcohol Use in Scotland: A Framework for Holistic Whole Family Approaches and Family Inclusive Practice
This framework will ensure that family members receive support in their own right, and collectively as a family, to recover from the harms caused by alcohol and drug use.
You can also view the National Missions Report - Alcohol and Drugs Partnership Returns on the Scottish Government website.