Who are we?
The Norfolk Drug and Alcohol Partnership (N-DAP) leads on the implementation of national drug
N-DAP brings together a wide range of agencies from the public, voluntary, community and private sectors who work alongside the Norfolk Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT) to deliver the National Drug Strategy at a local level. This covers wide-ranging considerations which include: criminal justice; drug and alcohol treatment; general health; mental health; community safety; regeneration; housing; support for parents and carers; prevention; and the needs of young people.
The commissioning and delivery of treatment services is core to much of this work.
UK Drug Strategy
The 2010 Government Drug Strategy, entitled "'Reducing demand, restricting supply, building recovery: supporting people to live a drug-free life" was published in December 2010. More information about the 2010 Drug Strategy can be found on the Home Office website, click here for more information.
Treatment Plans and Strategies
N-DAP produces Treatment Plans and Commissioning Strategies as part of its work to achieve our principle aim of reducing the harm caused by the misuse of drugs and alcohol in Norfolk. For more information, visit the Treatment Plans and Commissioning Strategies page.
The structure of the N-DAP is based on a system of interlinking groups. There are 3 primary groups:
Feeding directly into the commissioning groups are 4 standing or permanent groups for the planning and implementation of N-DAP policies. These are:
Sitting below these groups in the structure are a series of maintenance groups which support the commissioning and treatment implementation processes in various ways. These maintainence groups include:
To view copies of the minutes from the N-DAP Groups, visit the Minutes page.
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