Partnership Drugs Initiative

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PDI is focused on supporting projects delivering in communities across Scotland that aim to increase the well-being of children and young people affected by drugs and alcohol with the three target areas of support, children and young people that are:

  •        At risk of physical and/or emotional neglect due to their parent/carers alcohol and/or other drug use,
  •       Struggling to understand or manage change and feelings due to their parents/carers recovery from alcohol and/or drugs.
  •        Likely to experiment or use alcohol and other drugs as a coping mechanism by showing signs of: multiple adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), their own risky or damaging use of alcohol and or/other drugs.

PDI provides funding support and will contribute up to a maximum of 50% towards the overall costs of delivering a project/service that will help improve outcomes for children and young people. You can apply for up to three years.

If you are thinking about applying to the PDI we would encourage you:

  • Contact us – we are happy to chat through your ideas and give you guidance and support on the next steps
  • Discuss your idea with your local Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP) – all applications to the PDI must be supported by the ADP therefore it is important to ensure your ideas contribute and connect to the local plans.

See here for more information and to apply!


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