Connecting up the care: supporting London’s children exposed to domestic abuse, parental mental ill-health and parental substance abuse – London Assembly

National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS): CJIT reference data: Core data set P – Public Health England

This document defines the text to codal values (reference data) to use within the CJIT data entry tool application to support criminal justice intervention teams. Treatment providers can refer to this document when inputting data items into the NDTMS. Reference data is defined

National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS): CJIT CSV file format specification: NDTMS data set P – Public Health England

This publication defines the format of the CSV file, which is used as the main way of inputting the CJIT dataset into the NDTMS. It details the expected structure of each entity of an NDTMS record. You don’t require a specific application to create the CSV file for the NDTMS system.

National Drug Treatment Monitoring System: Young people’s drug and alcohol secure settings business definitions: Core data set P – Public Health England

These documents contain business definitions for secure setting drug and alcohol treatment providers to use when collecting and submitting data to the NDTMS. NDTMS dataset P refers to future national data collection, effective from 1 April 2020. Secure settings include: prisons immigration

Government Response to ACMD Report: Drug-related harms in homeless populations and how they can be reduced – Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs

Government response to recommendations from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs.  It accepts most recommendations with the exception of some of the metrics the report called for.

Drug-related harms in homeless populations and how they can be reduced – Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs

This report finds that there is increased risk of problematic drug use associated with people who experience homelessness. There is a higher rate of drug-related deaths, infections among people who inject drugs, and multiple morbidities. People who experience homelessness and