MADP Engagement Plan – Inform/Involve/Improve

The purpose of The Moray Drug and Alcohol Partnership is to improve life for people in Moray by preventing and reducing the impact alcohol and drug misuse has on individuals, their families and communities. Engagement and involvement is central to delivering our purpose. It helps build understanding, trust and confidence in our work, ensures we… [Continue Reading]

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day and Early Years Strategy Launch

Moray Community Planning Partnership are holding a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day  as well as launching their Early Years Strategy on Friday 9 September 2016 at Eight Acres Hotel, Elgin.  All welcome! Please click the link below to see the programme for the day Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Programme  

Front Line Forum

Thank you to everyone who attended our Front Line Forum on the Wednesday 18 May and who took the time to complete the Workforce Development questionnaire.  The feedback received will help to develop services in the near future. Our next Forum is being held on Thursday 29 September at The Gallery, Elgin Library from 12.30pm –… [Continue Reading]

Scottish Families Telehealth

Scottish Families Telehealth is a service for families affected by others’ alcohol and/or drugs misuse in rural or remote locations throughout Scotland. The Telehealth programme is supported by both the Drug and Alcohol Policy Units of the Scottish Government who see Telehealth as ‘an integral part of the Scottish Government 20:20 vision for health’. What… [Continue Reading]

Your Teeth

We have teamed up with Anne Cousins, Oral Health Improvement to look at what can be done to help drug and alcohol clients register with a dentist and to also advise on how they can look after their oral health.  At the reception point at 252 High Street we have free toothbrushes and toothpaste for… [Continue Reading]