We are still here to help
If you or someone you know is at risk of harm or abuse, we are still here to help.
East Ayrshire Alcohol and Drugs Partnership (EAADP) sits within the Health and Social Care Partnership and works with partners throughout the Council to reduce alcohol and drug-related harms.
ADPs were established within each council area by the Scottish Government, in order to improve multi-agency working and better co-ordinate services to combat alcohol and drug-related issues and work towards establishing healthier communities.
Understanding that alcohol and drug issues rarely exist in isolation and are closely related to issues of crime and justice, poverty and deprivation, education, and physical and mental health, EAADP aims to reduce alcohol and drug problems through multi-agency working, drawing on the experience of, amongst others:
- Housing Options (East Ayrshire Council) and housing services
- Vibrant Communities
- Health and Wellbeing
- Children and Families services
- Alcohol Licensing Board (East Ayrshire Council)
- NHS Ayrshire and Arran Addiction Services
- Public Health Scotland
- Community Pharmacy
- Police Scotland
- HMP Kilmarnock
- Criminal Justice Social Work (East Ayrshire Council)
- Scottish Fire and Rescue
- Violence Against Women Partnership