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Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (July 2017)

Latest treasure trove of most recent drug & alcohol research from Andrew Brown focuses on rough sleepers and child sexual exploitation.

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (June 2017)

This edition of Andrew Brown’s monthly round-up of the latest drug & alcohol stats focuses on sentencing and substance misuse treatment in community orders.

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (March 2017)

Andrew Brown’s round-up of the latest drug & alcohol stats reveals a staggering 60,000 people received substance misuse treatment in secure settings last year.

Alcohol & Drugs

2016 Drug & Alcohol review

Andrew Brown with a round-up of the most illuminating, often shocking drug and alcohol statistics.

Commissioning

Devolution and multiple needs

New report from MEAM argues that devolution is a great opportunity to improve the co-ordination and impact of services for people with mutliple needs.

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting things about alcohol and other drugs (Oct 2015)

This month’s slides cover the relationship between social deprivation and drug and alcohol problems, substance misuse related violence, the injection of New Psychoactive Substances and how much of Afghanistan is under cultivation for opium amongst many other fascinating nuggets.

Alcohol & Drugs

Three key approaches to tackling complex needs

We are only just beginning to understand the full challenge of how to help people facing multiple or complex needs. People facing multiple needs are in every community in Britain and it is estimated that 58,000 people face all three problems of homelessness, substance misuse and offending in any one year. Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) is a coalition of Clinks, Homeless Link and Mind which has just (2 June 2015) published a report advising policy makers on this issue.

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