National Mission on Drugs: annual report 2021 to 2022

Sets out the progress made between January 2021 and 31 March 2022 by national government, local government and third sector partners towards reducing drug deaths and improving the lives of those impacted by drugs in Scotland.

Annex B: Detailed breakdown of 2021/22 National Mission Funding commitments

Funding Theme Funding Recipient and Distribution Funding (000s) Total Funding (000s)
Children & Families CORRA: Children's Fund 3,000 6,500
ADP: Direct Funding Whole Family Approach 3,500
Residential Rehabilitation CORRA: Service Improvement Fund 3,000 13,000
Recovery Fund Residential Rehabilitation Dual Housing Support Fund 5,000
ADP: Direct Funding Residential Rehabilitation 5,000
Outreach ADP: Direct Funding Outreach 3,000 3,000
Near-Fatal Overdose Pathways ADP: Direct Funding Near-Fatal Overdose Pathways 3,000 3,000
Lived and Living Experience ADP: Direct Funding Lived and Living Experience 500 1,000
National Collaborative 500
MAT Standards ADP: Direct Funding Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Standards 4,000 10,400
ADP: Direct Funding Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Standards Additional Funding* 2,000
Health Boards: Direct Funding Buvidal 4,000
Health Boards: Direct Funding Heroin Assisted treatment (HAT) 400
Surveillance Public Health Surveillance Fund Surveillance, evaluation, monitoring and research 1,500 1,500
Local and National initiatives CORRA: Local Support Fund 5,000 13,800
CORRA: Service Improvement Fund 2,000
Third Sector Fund 1,000
ADP: Direct Funding Supporting National Mission priorities 5,000
Media campaigns Stigma and Naloxone 800
Total Funding 52,200 52,200

*National Mission allocated funding includes an over commitment of £2.2 million due to late additional commitments being made in the financial year to accommodate underspends in other budget areas.



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