SCOTLAND’S new drug strategy will focus on helping addicts into recovery rather than treatment programmes.
Community safety minister Fergus Ewing is expected to unveil the Scottish Government’s drug abuse plan to Holyrood later this week.
And the key theme will be for treatment services to go beyond harm reduction and to help addicts to become drug-free.
Ewing said that drug users had “the right to the same care and treatment as the rest of us and shouldn’t be treated as second class citizens”.
Full story at Scotland on Sunday