Tackling illegal drug use in Hastings and St Leonards

Closed 23 Aug 2022

Opened 4 Jul 2022

Overview

Project ADDER is a Government initiative to help the police, local authorities, health, and other partners work together to reduce drug-related deaths, offending and the prevalence of drug use. 

The ADDER funding awarded to Hastings will help to reduce the supply of drugs, increase the number of drug users using treatment and recovery services, and reduce drug-related reoffending. 

For more info about Project ADDER click here

We want to ensure that the projects we commission to support drug and alcohol misuse address local needs by ensuring that people in the area are part of the conversation. By answering these questions honestly you can help us to support those who need help and ensure your voice is heard. 

 

How to take part

You can take part by clicking on the survey link below. If you need help to take part or you need the information in another format, please get in touch with us on the details on the right of this page.

Privacy information: This survey is anonymous and we don't ask you to provide any personal information. Please ensure that any comments you make don't include any names or personal details of you or anyone else. You can find more information about how the data will be stored and processed by East Sussex County Council on our website.

Why your views matter

After this survey closes ESCC’s substance misuse team will analyse and use responses to inform their plans to help achieve the aims of Project ADDER.  In addition to developing high quality drug treatment services, your feedback will enhance the foundations to provide a safer community in Hastings and St Leonards.

The results of this survey and next steps will be published on this webpage in September 2022.

Areas

  • Hastings

Audiences

  • Residents of East Sussex

Interests

  • Health and wellbeing