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Referral Routes

The figures provided, showing new presentations for adults who cited cannabis, are divided into  25+ years, 18-24 years, and those who are using opiates alongside cannabis and those not using opiates. All clients who cited cannabis among their problematic substances are included, regardless of whether it was the primary substance. Public Health England have suppressed figures totalling from 1-4 and rounded any subtotals and totals that would reveal these to the nearest 10 (indicated by the ~ symbol). The boxes highlighted in red indicates the most common  referral route for any specific year or demographic.1

Local Authority Drug and Alcohol Strategies

Bury Council. 2015. Bury Drug & Alcohol Strategy 2015-2018, (online) Available at:<https://search3.openobjects.com/mediamanager/bury/directory/files/bury_drug_and_alcohol_strategy_2015.pdf> (Accessed 23 November 2016).

Coventry City Council. 2015. 2015 Drugs Strategy, (online) Available at:<http://www.coventry.gov.uk/downloads/file/16838/2015_drugs_strategy> (Accessed 1 December 2016).

Havering London Borough. 2013. Drug and Alcohol Strategy 2013 – 2016, (online) Available at:<http://democracy.havering.gov.uk/documents/s9074/20131007%20Drugs%20and%20Alcohol%20Strategy%20V24%20incl%20consultation%20responses%20LD.pdf> (Accessed 1 December 2016).

Leeds City Council. 2013. Leeds Drug and Alcohol Strategy and Action Plan 2013 – 2016, (online) Available at:<http://democracy.leeds.gov.uk/documents/s104662/Drug%20and%20Alcohol%20Strategy%20251013.pdf> (Accessed 1 December 2016).

London Borough of Barnet. 2015. Substance Misuse Strategy 2015-2020, (online) Available at:<https://barnet.moderngov.co.uk/documents/s24980/Appendix%201%20Barnet%20substance%20misuse%20strategy.pdf> (Accessed 23 November 2016).

Nottinghamshire County. 2012. Nottinghamshire Substance Misuse Strategy 2012 – 2015, (online) Available at:<https://democracy.gedling.gov.uk/Data/Cabinet/201205031730/Agenda/$att6614.docx.pdf> (Accessed 23 November 2016).

Oxfordshire County Council. 2015. Oxfordshire Alcohol and Drugs Partnership Strategy 2015-2018, (online) Available at:<https://mycouncil.oxfordshire.gov.uk/documents/s28516/Item%2010%20Draft%20Alcohol%20and%20Drugs%20Strategy.pdf> (Accessed 1 December 2016).

Rochdale Safer Communities Partnership. Substance Misuse Strategy 2013-2015, (online) Available at:<http://www.rochdale.gov.uk/pdf/2013-10-03-rochdale-substance-misuse-strategy-2013-2015.pdf> (Accessed 23 November 2016).

Safer Communities Lincolnshire. 2014. Lincolnshire Alcohol and Drug Strategy, (online) Available at:<http://www.boston.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=16507&p=0> (Accessed 23 November 2016).

Safer Stockport Partnership. 2015. Stockport Drug and Alcohol Strategy: 2014-17, (online) Available at:<http://www.saferstockport.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Stockport-Drug-and-Alcohol-Strategy.pdf> (Accessed 1 December 2016).

Staffordshire County Council. 2011. Staffordshire Alcohol & Drugs Strategy 2010 – 2015, (online) Available at:<http://moderngov.staffordshire.gov.uk/(S(pngtdxbysyfdrf55xqjkzteu))/documents/s15338/Strategy%20Final%20Draft%202011%20version.pdf> (Accessed 1 December 2016).

Tower Hamlets. 2016. Tower Hamlets Substance Misuse Strategy 2016-2019, (online) Available at:<http://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/Documents/Consultation/Substance_Misuse_Summary_2016_19.pdf> (Accessed 23 November 2016).

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