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LDAN Membership

Membership of LDAN brings a variety of benefits and is available to organisations and individuals concerned with drug and alcohol problems and services in Greater London.

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LDAN News

LDAN News is a bi-monthly newsletter sent to all our members across London. The latest edition (March/April 2014) reports on new LDAN research on pathways into paid employment for people recovering from drug and/or alcohol dependency.

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LDAN Latest

March 2014

Pathways to Employment report published

January 2014

Developing First Line Managers Training. New dates for 2014

 



About LDAN

The London Drug and Alcohol Network (LDAN) was launched in 2001 and has since gone on to provide a powerful voice for the drug and alcohol sector. As a London-wide membership network representing the interests of treatment providers, LDAN is uniquely placed to influence policy and practice across the capital.

 

LDAN  provides a bi-monthly newsletter – LDAN News - updating its membership on drug and alcohol issues affecting the capital. LDAN facilitates a bi-monthly London service providers forum in partnership with the National Treatment Agency and a quarterly Senior Managers Group for service providers in London. It is able to represent LDAN members views and interests in a variety of London forums and in response to policy consultations. It is currently facilitating networks on domestic violence, homelessness and pathways to  employment, and providing other resources in these areas.

 

The network merged with DrugScope, the national membership organisation for the drug sector, in 2009, combining expertise and resources while retaining LDAN’s distinct identity and position within London.


August 2013

Making connections to build recovery
London Drug and Alcohol Network Homelessness Project Report

This report provides a resource for both sectors in London providing an overview of current issues for policy and practice, and discussing key topics. It is based on LDAN’s London Councils funded project, in partnership with Homeless Link and Shelter