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Chamber and committees

Question ref. S6W-04220
Asked by: Claire Baker, Mid Scotland and Fife, Scottish Labour
Date lodged: 9 November 2021

Question

To ask the Scottish Government, further to the statement by the Minister for Drugs Policy on 26 October regarding holistic support for families (Official Report, c. 69), how much of the £3.5 million of funding for the current financial year has been allocated to each alcohol and drug partnership to support the mental health and wellbeing of family members affected by drug use.

Current status: Answered by Angela Constance on 23 November 2021


Answer

As part of our national mission to reduce drug related deaths and improve lives, we have provided Alcohol and Drug Partnerships (ADPs) with £3.5 million per year to support the implementation of the Whole Family Approach Framework. This will improve holistic family support for anyone affected by harms from drug or alcohol use.

Table 1 shows how much of this funding has been allocated to each ADP, advised to ADPs by letter on 17 June 2021.

Table 1:

*Figures have been rounded.

Alcohol and Drug Partnership

Allocation (£)

Aberdeen City

133,437

Aberdeenshire

147,380

Angus

75,617

Argyll and Bute

66,566

Clackmannanshire and Stirling

89,794

Dumfries & Galloway

104,719

Dundee City

101,420

East Ayrshire

83,642

East Dunbartonshire

64,896

East Lothian

65,061

East Renfrewshire

55,698

Edinburgh

292,849

Falkirk

100,797

Fife

238,447

Glasgow City

417,575

Highland

164,162

Inverclyde

57,076

Midlothian

56,362

Moray

60,013

North Ayrshire

95,016

North Lanarkshire

222,004

Orkney Islands

17,546

Perth and Kinross

96,334

Renfrewshire

118,893

Scottish Borders

74,416

Shetland Islands

17,095

South Ayrshire

79,487

South Lanarkshire

207,274

West Dunbartonshire

63,301

West Lothian

109,727

Western Isles

23,398

Total

£3,500,000