The Outer Hebrides Alcohol and Drug Partnership has launched a consultation process, to provide a wide range of partners and members of the public with the opportunity to contribute to the development of a new strategy.
The draft Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP) Strategy 2011 – 2015 is available for comment. The strategy has been developed by the Outer Hebrides Alcohol Drug Partnership Group which includes representation from Northern Constabulary, NHS Western Isles, Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar, the Voluntary Sector, Community and Service User representatives.
The Strategy details how the ADP aims to prevent and reduce substance use in the Outer Hebrides over the next four years. Please get in touch to let us know what you think about the Strategy; all feedback and suggestions will be welcomed and will help us to ensure the Strategy meets the needs of communities throughout the Outer Hebrides.
The consultation will run until March 2nd.The draft strategy is available to view on www.outerhebadp.co.uk <http://www.outerhebadp.co.uk/> or the NHS Western Isles website at http://www.wihb.scot.nhs.uk <http://www.wihb.scot.nhs.uk/>