About us

The Inverclyde Alcohol and Drug Partnership (IADP)

The IADP is made up of a range of statutory and third sector organisations, who work collectively to implement local and national strategies to reduce alcohol and drug misuse in Inverclyde. We comply with strategic direction from the Scottish Government.

The IADP apply a whole system approach to deliver sustainable change for the health and wellbeing of Inverclyde residents. We work together to achieve this through our strong Governance structure and implementation of MAT standards and Alcohol Support Services. The partnership delivers statutory requirements and national and local priorities which include:

We want people within our community to be fully aware of the services and support available to them, whenever they need it. Our services are accessible to everyone, and aim to effectively prevent harm, whilst promoting protection, resilience and recovery.

We want people within Inverclyde to feel included, nurtured and safe. We will provide a trauma-informed approach and will always search for new, different, improved approaches to preventing harm and supporting recovery, steered by evidence and voices of those who have lived and living experience.

The IADP is responsible for supporting the core services delivered by Inverclyde Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services (ADRS) which run from the Well Park Centre in Greenock. In addition, the IADP commissions a range of community-based services which, together builds a continuum of recovery to ensure there are comprehensive services designed to meet the needs of individuals.

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