Brady, C. and Coveney, Emer and Davis, A. and Murhpy-Lawless, Jo and Murray, K. (1999) Towards a drugs service development plan for Bray: report for the Bray Drugs Working Group. ISIS Research Group, Dublin.
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This report deals with the issue of service provision in response to illegal drug use in Bray. The report identifies deficiencies in rehabilitation programmes, suitable premises for youth counselling etc., needle exchanges, information services, counselling services, youth workers and sport and leisure activities. The profile of the young people using drugs in Bray is mixed in terms of class, gender, educational attainment and family background. The long-term challenges that were identified in the report can only be met within a well-resourced set of structures that knit together the expertise and knowledge of the community as well as the statutory agencies. These should come into play as the primary source for understanding local needs and the impact, successful or otherwise of programmes which are put in place. The researchers recommend that a process involving all of the above be started which would lead to the development of a coherent, integrated and holistic drugs service plan for Bray.
|Call No:||ML2, MQ8, VH4.2 Wicklow|
|Publisher:||ISIS Research Group|
|Place of Publication:||Dublin|
|Keywords:||AOD education, AOD prevention, AODD aftercare, AODD rehabilitation, Bray, child care service, dissemination of AOD information, needle distribution and exchange, rehabilitation center|
|Accession Number:||HRB 1941 (Available), HRB 1954 (Available)|
|Subjects:||M Social sciences, economics, law and crime > Community action > Community development|
M Social sciences, economics, law and crime > Programme planning, implementation, and evaluation > Programme planning (strategy)
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland > Wicklow
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Health care programme or facility > Community-based treatment (primary care)
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Prevention by sponsor or setting > Community-based prevention
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