HADP Publications

This page contains a range of publications and resources related to the work of HADP on reducing harm associated with alcohol and drug use and promoting recovery in the Highland area.  There are links to our latest strategy and delivery plan as well as reports on performance against national and local outcome

Annual Report 2016-17 Feedback

Feedback from the Scottish Government on the Highland ADP annual report 2016-17

Annual Report Feedback

HADP Strategy 2017-2020

Our current strategy sets out the overall approach towards alcohol and drug issues in Highland and focuses on our four strategic priority areas of Fairer and Healthier Communities, Successful Children  Young People and Families, Quality Support and Recovery and Safer and Stronger Communities.

HADP Strategy 2017-2020

HADP Annual Report 2016-2017

HADPs annual report to the Scottish Government provides a self assessment of the partnerships progress towards addressing Ministerial priorities and the regions drug and alcohol issues.  The link below shows the latest annual report.

Annual Report 2016-2017

HADP Local Delivery Plan 2015-2018

The delivery plan sets out the activities being undertaken to implement the strategy and gives details of our key targets and priorities.

HADP LDP 2015-2018

HADP Core Outcome Indicators

The core indicators provide a framework for reporting the partnerships performance and progress towards reducing alcohol and drug related harm and inequalities.  The current version uses information available in September 2017.

HADP Core Indicators Sept 2017

Strategic Needs Assessment

The needs assessment was undertaken to inform strategic decision making by the Highland ADP.  It provides information across the life course about the potential harms arising from alcohol and drug misuse and how they might lead to demand on a range of services and need for interventions.

Strategic Needs Assessment 2016

Quality Principles Position Statement

This Position Statement is HADPs self-assessment of performance and progress in implementing and embedding the Quality Principles in Drug & Alcohol Services for a programme of work carried out by the Care Inspectorate on behalf of the Scottish Government during 2016.

HADP Position Statement 2016

Highland Drug-related Deaths

This report summarises the main results of drug-related deaths in Highland, based on statistics published annually by the National Records of Scotland.

Highland Drug-related deaths 2016

Fetal Alcohol Disorder Spectrum

Estimates of the number of children and young people in Highland under the age of 18 affected by FASD each year.

FASD Estimates in Highland


Page last updated: 26 January 2018

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