Stakeholder Conference 2019

This year's Highland Alcohol and Drugs Partnership (HADP) Stakeholder Conference is "Rights, Respect and Recovery"

Date: 18th June 2019

Time: 10am - 3.45pm

Venue: The Centre for Health Sciences, Inverness

Directions

The focus of the conference will be the new national drug and alcohol strategies; Rights, Respect and Recovery and the Alcohol Framework that were launched last year. The strategies emphasise a human rights and public health approach to tackling drug and alcohol issues.

National and local speakers, along with workshop facilitators will present best practice on drug and alcohol related work that ranges from prevention through to treatment and recovery. The conference is suitable for all those with a direct and indirect interest in reducing drug and alcohol related harm across Highland.

Booking Form

Delegate Pack

Event Programme

Morning Workshops

Afternoon Workshops

Speaker Biographies

Rights, Respect and Recovery

Alcohol Framework

Additional Information

 

Meet the Macphersons

Meet the Macphersons

Resources

MFR Website

Meet the MacPhersons is a local media campaign that takes a family approach to tackling underage drinking. It is based on insight gathered from over 200 young people and 20 parents on the types of dilemmas families with teenagers are often faced with in relation to alcohol.

Meet the MacPhersons raises awareness of the influence that parental modelling, peer pressure and taking part in organised activities can have on a young person's decision to either drink or not drink. The adverse effects that underage drinking can have on the performance and health of young people and the detrimental impact on their life when parents drink too much, are also highlighted.

The campaign encourages families to consider the benefits of making positive choices that are less pro-alcohol. It provides lots of useful resources on ways to prevent and discuss alcohol use with teenagers and where to get help in the local area, if need be.

 

Highland Substance Misuse Toolkit

Information and resources for Young People, Parents & carers and Teachers on substance misuse.

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