North Ayrshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP) was formed in August 2009 following the launch of A New Framework for Local Partnerships on Alcohol and Drugs in April 2009 by the Scottish Government, NHS and COSLA.

The key responsibilities of North Ayrshire ADP are:

  • To develop and implement a comprehensive evidence-based alcohol and drug strategy.
  • To report to the Community Planning Partnership (CPP) on ADP performance.
  • To influence the development of the Single Outcome Agreement (SOA) in relation to alcohol and drugs.
  • To ensure good financial management.

North Ayrshire ADP operates within the North Ayrshire CPP and contributes to the achievement of the Single Outcome Agreement and National Outcome Indicators.

The aspiration of North Ayrshire ADP is that through effective partnership working and community engagement, the strategic vision will become a reality. Individuals, families, services and local communities that support and enable recovery are developed, supporting people to rebuild their lives and become active members of the local and wider community.

In December 2010 the CPP Board approved three shared priorities:
  • Tackling Worklessness
  • Tackling Health Inequalities
  • Tackling Community Safety
The Community Health Partnership priorities are;
  • Shifting the balance of care
  • Tackling Health Inequalities
  • Improving Health and Wellbeing

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