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ACMD gathering evidence on young people’s drug use and naloxone provision

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The Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs is hosting a series of public evidence gathering days across the UK to help inform two separate reports on young people’s drug use and naloxone provision.

The remaining dates for the evidence gathering days are:

  • Glasgow, Friday 27 March
  • London, Thursday 14 May
  • Cardiff, Wednesday 17 June

Contact the ACMD Secretariat (ACMD@homeoffice.gov.uk) to register your interest in attending or providing oral or written evidence.

Collective Voice will be submitting written responses to both reports and encouraging our members to attend the evidence gathering days. If you’d like to help inform our response, please contact peter@collectivevoice.org.uk.

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Collective Voice is the national charity working to improve England’s drug and alcohol treatment and recovery systems