Recommissioning ROADS Substance misuse treatment services

Closed 7 Apr 2017

Opened 18 Jan 2017

Results expected 15 May 2017

Feedback expected 15 May 2017

Overview

We are commissioning a wide range of treatment and support for people affected by drugs/alcohol use in Bristol under the Recovery Orientated Alcohol and Drugs Service (ROADS) banner.

We have set up a series of consultation events to discuss plans with stakeholders in more detail. 

North Bristol

Friday 27 January 2017, 9:30am to 12.30pm
Greenway Centre, Doncaster Road, Southmead, Bristol BS10 5PY
Book a place: visit our 27 January 2017 eventbrite page.

East Bristol

Tuesday 31 January 2017, 1pm to 4pm
Barton Hill Settlement (Terrace Room), 43 Ducie Road, Barton Hill, Bristol BS5 0AX
Book a place: visit our 31 January 2017 eventbrite page.

Central Bristol

Friday 3 February 2017, 9:30am to 12:30pm
Unitarian Chapel, Brunswick Square, Bristol BS2 8PE
Book a place: visit our 3 February 2017 eventbrite page.

South Bristol

Monday 6 February 2017, 1:30pm to 4:30pm
The Park Centre , Daventry Road, Knowle, Bristol BS4 1DQ
Book a place: visit our 6 February 2017 eventbrite page.

At each session we will talk through our planned approach and will be asking you to feed in to our plans.

It’s critical that we get the right services in place so please come along and share your views.  

Why We Are Consulting

We would like your views about our Substance Misuse Commissioning Strategy.  Your views are very important as they will help shape future services and commissioning arrangements.

What Happens Next

After this consultation period we will consider all feedback and use this to inform our final commissioning strategy. We will publish a summary of the feedback and our response alongside the final commissioning strategy.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Business
  • Community & Voluntary organisations

Interests

  • Voluntary sector
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Carers support
  • Health services and facilities
  • Mental health
  • Homelessness
  • Crime and community safety