The Public Health Joint Commissioning Unit is reviewing Young People’s Drug and Alcohol support in Cambridgeshire (not including Peterborough) which includes advice and education provided to young people across the partner organisations (schools, health, youth support, advice services), targeted work with complex and vulnerable young people and specialist substance misuse treatment services operated by CASUS (Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT)) and the Youth Offending Service.

The purpose of this consultation is to seek your views regarding how effectively you think we respond to the needs of young people who are  experimenting with and/or experiencing difficulties with drugs and alcohol and to gather ideas regarding new models of service delivery if changes are needed

We have developed 2 online surveys

  1. Professionals/family members and carers/front line practitioners/interested members of the public

Complete the survey

  1. Young people (up to 25 years of age)

Complete the survey

 If you would like to participate in our survey please follow the link above and submit your response by Friday 24 June, 2018

The survey should take no more than 5 minutes.

Thank you in advance for contribution.

If you require any further information about the consultation please contact us by email at [email protected],  we can also provide hard copies to any individuals or organisations that request them.

A Cambridgeshire drug and alcohol joint needs assessment was carried out in 2015/16, if you would like to read the findings, both the Executive Summary and the full report can be found here.  We are currently developing a focused young people’s drug and alcohol needs assessment for Cambridgeshire which will be published in the next couple of months.

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