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Effective Interventions Unit: A Guide to Working in Partnership: Employability provision for drug users

DescriptionThe aim of this Guide is to identify the key principles of partnership working and to provide case study examples of how partnership works in practice in employability provision for drug users.
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Website Publication DateMarch 10, 2003

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Effective Interventions Unit
A Guide to Working in Partnership: Employability provision for drug users

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CONTENTS

SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS UNIT: REMIT
INTRODUCTION
WHAT IS PARTNERSHIP WORKING?
CASE STUDY 1
CASE STUDY 2
CASE STUDY 3
CHECKLIST
BIBLIOGRAPHY/RESOURCES
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS UNIT:DISSEMINATION

What is the aim of the Guide?

To identify the key principles of partnership working and to provide case study examples of how partnership works in practice in employability provision for drug users.

Who should read it?

Anyone involved in commissioning services for, providing support to, or evaluating services for, recovering drug users.

Who produced this Guide?

Isabel McNab, Christine de la Cruz and Anita Morrison of the Effective Interventions Unit conducted this work. Martin King of New Horizons Project, Glasgow, Edel Tuckwood, Aberdeen Foyer and Helen Torrance, Next Steps Leven, Fife provided evidence from their organisations.