Lanarkshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership

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Transcript Lanarkshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership

Financial framework
 Core outcomes
 Community Safety
 2013/14
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Below denotes Lanarkshire ADP’s funding allocation for 12/13:
2012-2013
Drug Services & Support
£2,215,438
Alcohol Prevention, Treatment &
Support
£3,647,367
Cam/Glen & Northern Corridor
£729,533
Total
£6,592,338
Health
2. Prevalence
3. Recovery
4. Children, young people, families
5. Community safety
6. Health Promotion
7. Services
1.
Services
Funding
2012/13
Comments
Community Safety Partnership
£107,614
Reductions in violent crime, incidents of youth
disorder and public reported incidents of street
drinking
Arrest Referral service
£85,000
Working with individuals with alcohol and/or
drug issues
EVA Project
£68,888
Increase in number of referrals received by 35%
Community Bridges
£78,000
Increased engagement between service user
and addiction services
Reduction in return to prison rates (within 12
months) for service users who engage
Persistent Offender’s Project
£90,000
Positive change in service user’s attitudes
towards Police Scotland and social work staff.
Healthcare in HMP Shotts
£28,056
HEAT A11 Waiting times
Health Improvement agenda
ADP/CJA Working Group
 Performance framework
 NHS Healthcare within Police Custody
Suites
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