- Achieving a range of improvements of access, ongoing support and recovery for people experiencing difficulty and/ or distress related to mental ill- health or substance misuse issues
Update: Workforce scoping underway to identify training needs/resource required to begin to row out trauma-informed practice to Health and Social Care, Children’s Services, Primary Care, Housing and Community Development.
Suicide Prevention Training will be delivered alongside given the complimentary nature of the input
- Addressing the health inequalities experienced by people with substance misuse needs, and those with poor mental health, particularly those with severe and enduring conditions
Update: Health Needs Assessment for East Lothian very recently completed by Public Health to inform our planning of the needs of the population in relation to substance misuse and sexual health needs
- Collaboration with community justice to support those with poor mental health and/or substance misuse needs
Update: Following two public engagement events, the MH Reference Group is currently prioritising actions for year 1 of the action plan which will be reported to the January 2020 Reference Group, and subsequent Change Board. There are also drug rehab organizations that can help.
- Improved access to a range of treatment and supports locally, i.e. in East Lothian and within the area partnerships across East Lothian
Update: Development of a service specification and development of an enhanced Grade 4 rehabilitation and recovery housing care and treatment support service, increasing access to this aspect of care for East Lothian by 50%.