Worcestershire Substance Misuse Information
The substance misuse pages are designed to help you find out all
you need to know about drugs and alcohol, drugs and the law, first
aid and many more related topics. You can also find our about where
to get help and advice about drugs and alcohol locally in
Worcestershire. On the site you can also find out more about the
substance misuse commissioning and strategy in Worcestershire, what
we do, how we do it and how it fits into the bigger picture.
Follow the Worcestershire Drug and Alcohol
Action blog for topical news.
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County Council and the NHS. For more information about Patient
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Drug and Alcohol Service Locations
Use our interactive map of Worcestershire to pin point all the
Alcohol Liaison Services
Drug and Alcohol Recovery and Support Services
Education, Training, Employment and Volunteering Support
Family and Carer Support Services
Housing Support Services
Narcotics Anonymous Meetings
Pharmacies offering Needle Exchange
Pharmacy Brief Interventions
GP Surgeries offering Shared Care
Pharmacies offering Supervised Consumption
Substance misuse commissioning and strategy development are now
part of the new structures within Worcestershire County Council.
Worcestershire DAAT (Drug and Alcohol Action Team) ceased to exist
on 31st March 2013. The strategic functions will be carried
out within the Health and Wellbeing Partnership and Strategy
Service, whilst the commissioning functions will be carried out
within the Joint Commissioning Unit (JCU), which is part of the new
Directorate of Adult Services and Health (DASH). We will be
updating all of the affected web pages as soon as possible.
Substance Misuse now comes under the Lead Commissioner for Older
People and Vulnerable Adults - Elaine Carolan. The Substance Misuse
Commissioner will be Anne McKay, and the Commissioning Support
Officer is Sue Davidson. The Head of the Joint Commissioning Unit
is Richard Keble.
Strategy Development will come under Frances Howie in the Health
and Wellbeing Partnership and Strategy Service.
- Talk to Frank
and confidential information and signposting.
Community programme to encourage
abstinence from alcohol.
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other.
Information, training and support for carers, support groups and
- Alcohol Myths
Test your knowledge of alcohol-related
risks and find out the facts about drinking.
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This page was last reviewed 16 January 2014 at 12:08.
The page is next due for review 15 July 2015.