The aim of this needs assessment was to inform the implementation of action to reduce the impact of parental alcohol and drug use on children and young people (Priority 2 of the Edinburgh Alcohol & Drug Partnership (EADP) Children, Young People and Families Action plan). The work had specific objectives relating to prevalence, mapping of services, models of service delivery, service user perceptions, gap analysis and recommendations regarding service development. Create Consultancy Ltd., an independent agency specialising in substance misuse and health improvement, based in Glasgow, Scotland, was commissioned to conduct this needs assessment in March 2012 following a competitive tender process. The needs assessment was carried out between March and October 2012. The needs assessment was commissioned and funded by Edinburgh Alcohol and Drug Partnership and procured by the City of Edinburgh Council. This Executive Summary provides high level conclusions and recommendations only. A full discussion of the findings is presented in the full report. The section numbers of the full report which provide more detail on each specific finding are included in square brackets throughout this summary to assist readers in navigating the full report.
|Publisher||Edinburgh Alcohol and Drug Partnership|
|Commissioning body||Edinburgh Alcohol and Drug Partnership|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2013|