Naloxone is a drug which can 'temporarily ' reverse the effects of opiate (heroin/methadone) overdose. This drug is a harmless drug and it can't be misused. It is a lifesaver, please find out more about this substance from the teams in Drumhar Health Centre or your local pharmacist.
The Quality Principles and how they affect you or your family around recovery from alcohol and/or drugs can be accessed by accessing the ADP Strategy 2015-20. The addiction Services work to these Quality Principles, if you feel that these are not being met, raise it with the Local Service or you can raise it with the ADP (Alcohol and Drug Partnership)
This page contains the 12 Point Pledge which is our guiding principles around Recovery within Perth & Kinross-shire, this is our promise.
It can also be measured within the Quality Standards, which you can also look at, which is a measure that services are assessed on.
Support Groups can help you, as they can be local and they can run meetings at a time that suits you. The hardest part, is making that first step., once you do you will not regret it.
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We have produced a legal statement which is important, we are not in any way advising that you use drugs without the guidance of a medical professional and that you are aware of the units for alcohol and are aware of the dangers of purchasing products on-line and are aware of the General Medical Officers advice around Tobacco and the advice from the Chief Medical Officers around Alcohol in pregnancy.