Drug and Alcohol Service Redesign

Results are in…

Warwickshire County Council, Public Health would like to thank all stakeholders for their engagement in the Drug and Alcohol Service Redesign Consultation process.
Your views were most valued, and have helped shape the proposed new service model moving forward.
Please see the link to the Consultation Report produced following our analysis of the questionnaire and face to face engagement.

Why are we doing this consultation?

** THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Warwickshire wants to work closely with service users, their families and key partners within health, social care, housing, employment and the criminal justice system to develop a new Drug and Alcohol service. The new service will focus on delivering outcomes that positively impact on an individual’s health and well-being and on those of society as a whole.

What will happen with the information that we gather?

The information/data collected by this survey will be kept strictly confidential and shared only with Warwickshire County Council staff responsible for analysis of the data and those responsible for the commissioning of the drug and alcohol services. All data will be stored securely and erased within four years.

All comments, feedback and information we receive will be used to inform how future drug and alcohol services are delivered. You will not, in any way, be identifiable in the survey analysis from your responses and any comments will be anonymous. The findings from the consultation will be presented to Warwickshire County Council’s Cabinet, for their approval to commence a tender process for these services.

Please do not provide any additional correspondence to our surveys as personal information, may be disclosed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998. If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, including your contact details, please tell us why, but be aware that, under the Freedom of Information Act, we cannot always guarantee confidentiality.

For further information see www.warwickshire.gov.uk/privacy or contact our Customer Service Centre on 01926 410410.

What’s important to you about the new Drug and Alcohol Service?

Previous stakeholder consultation has contributed to the development of a set of draft overarching service principles. These principles underpin the proposed service model.

Alcohol and drug misuse are significant contributory factors towards crime and anti-social behaviour. Their relationship with victims and offenders is often complex requiring underlying issues to be addressed. It is the Police and Crime Commissioner’s intention to support the countywide partnership approach to drug and alcohol support services that focus on early intervention, reducing re-offending and sustaining recovery for both young people and adults, which should reduce the harm caused by drugs and alcohol.

The aim of this consultation is for you to tell us what you think about each of these proposed new service principles. Your views are valued and contribute greatly to how the service will be shaped. Have your say HERE.

The consultation process will start on Monday 12 June 2017 and finish on the Friday 21 July 2017.

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One Response to Drug and Alcohol Service Redesign

  1. Pingback: Last few days to have your say on #drug and #alcohol support services in #Warwickshire – Safe In Warwickshire

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