Logic Model 1: Prevention
Logic Model 2: Recovery
Logic Model 3: Families
Logic model 4 : Enforcement
A. Evidence for joint planning and preventative spend accross community planning.
B. Evidence for parenting and the early years interventions.
C. Evidence for educational and youth work interventions.
D. Evidence for interventions to reduce stigma associated with substance misuse.
E. Evidence for interventions to improve life chances and individual and community well being.
F. Evidence for interventions to improve social connectedness.
A. Evidence for interventions to reduce stigma associated with substance misuse.
B. Evidence for improved recovery capital.
C. Evidence for interventions for improved knowledge of recovery accross the workforce for integrated service delivery.
D. Evidence for empowerement of individuals and rights-based approach for access to services.
E. Evidence for family support interventions and integrated service provision.
F. Evidence for holistic support from services for people with drug use problems.
G. Evidence for efectiveness of harm-reduction services and imrpoved uptake of treatment and support services.
H. Evidence for a person-centered approach and consistent support from service providers.
B. Evidence for parenting interventions.
C. Evidence for workforce development, building capacity, availability and quality of services.
D. Evidence for family support interventions and integrated service provision.
E. Evidence for multi-agency response and direct support to children and yound people.
F. Evidence for a coordinated response and appropriate information sharing for improved identification and assessment of children affected by parental substance.
A. Evidence for community engagement and assets-based approaches.
B. Evidence for integrated recovery-oriented services.
C. Evidence for therapeutic services and diversion from prosecution.
D. Evidence for a holistic, whole-systems approach for person-centred care and management of offenders.
E. Evidence for staff training and development.
F. Evidence for throughcare and community reintegration.