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The Scottish Government’s national drug strategy, The Road to Recovery, was published in 2008 and continues to receive cross-party support from the Scottish Parliament. Central to the strategy is the concept of recovery. Recovery is a process through which a person is enabled to move-on from their problem drug use towards a drug-free life and become an active and contributing member of society. The Drugs Strategy Delivery Commission was established in 2009 by the Scottish Government. The Commission’s role is to assess independently the Scottish Government’s progress in delivering the Road to Recovery strategy. Further information can be found on the DSDC website.
The Scottish Government support a range of national organisations who contribute to the delivery of the Road to Recovery across Scotland:
Alcohol and Drug Partnerships Funding Allocation 2013-14
Latest news on drugs policy across Scotland.
Publications relating to drugs policy in Scotland.
To contact the Drugs Policy Unit please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 0131 244 5051
Let us know what you think about the National Drugs Strategy by emailing the Drugs Strategy Team.
Page updated: Monday, April 28, 2014