Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP) is a strategic partnership of the Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP), aiming to reduce the prevalence, impact and harms associated with problematic alcohol and drug use throughout Fife for individuals, children, young people, families and communities.
The partnership comprises of senior officers of statutory authorities and representatives of the third sector agencies with an interest in or a shared responsibility for meeting the various care groups’ needs. The ADP Committee has a direct reporting link to the HSCP and the Scottish Government, on progress and improvement achieved from all allocated investment. The ADP consists of a governing committee headed by a Chair and subgroups tasked to undertake specific work on behalf of the Committee.
Fife ADP Committee takes a responsibility for strategic planning, setting the direction and making resource and investment decisions based on local strategic priorities.
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