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.


ADPs - Alcohol and Drug Partnerships

BBVs - blood-borne viruses

CFOs - Core Funded Organisation's

COPFS - Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service

COSLA - Convention of Scottish Local Authorities

DDTF - Drug Deaths Taskforce

GPs - general practitioners

HAT - heroin-assisted treatment

HIS - Health Improvement Scotland

IEP - injecting equipment provision

LAB - long acting buprenorphine

MAT - medication-assisted treatment

MIST - MAT Standards Implementation Team

NES - NHS Education for Scotland

NCOs - Nationally Commissioned Organisation's

NRS - National Records of Scotland

NFO - near-fatal overdose

ODART - Overdose Detection and Responder Alert Technologies (programme)

OST - opioid substitution treatment

PHS - Public Health Scotland

RRDWG - Residential Rehabilitation Development Working Group

SAS - Scottish Ambulance Service

SDCFs - supervised drug consumption facilities

SDF - Scottish Drugs Forum

SFAD - Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs

SRC - Scottish Recovery Consortium

THN - take-home naloxone

WAND - Wound management, Assessment of injecting risk, Naloxone supply and Dry blood-spot test for BBV (initiative)



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