The Highland Alcohol & Drugs Partnership (Highland ADP) has awarded funds to Highland Third Sector Interface to distribute to third sector organisations. In recognition of the local knowledge and close connections that third sector has with people with lived experience, we are offering five grants of up to £50,000 to be spent over the following two years. We believe that this community-led approach can improve local participation in services, encouraging community resilience and capacity.
We are inviting expressions of interest from organisations operating in Highland who wish to support delivery of the Highland Alcohol & Drugs Partnership Strategy: Rights, Respect & Recovery, which can be viewed by clicking here.
- Reduce the number of people developing problematic use of substances by tackling the root causes of alcohol and drug-related harm at a local level.
- Reduce the number of people developing alcohol and drug-related harm by developing prevention and early intervention programmes through whole family approaches and family inclusive practice.
- Reduce harmful behaviours by offering targeted local support to individuals, families and groups.
- Improve access to support for individuals affected by alcohol and drug-related harm.
- Reduce stigma and improve reach and engagement with people affected by drug and alcohol problems, by promoting more inclusive, supportive communities.
- Local Improvement Fund | HTSI main (highlandtsi.org.uk)