Bidder Information Event: Non-Opiates Service and Opiates Service. 30 th January 2014. www.sheffielddact.org.uk. Welcome. Jo Daykin-Goodall Director of Substance Misuse Strategy. Changing trends: Non-Opiates.
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30th January 2014
An overview of the procurement process and timetable for Community Drug Treatment - Non Opiates
Joint Commissioning Manager
Contract 1 – Non-Opiates
* No double-counting and not on DIP caseload
Part A: Static, mobile and embedded specialist needle exchange (NEX)
Part B: Open Access – Single Point of Contact
Access without appointment to non-opiate users for:
Part C – Targeted/Assertive Outreach
Structured learning programmes which individuals must complete to become peer mentors within the service.
For those having successfully exited treatment and in recovery, formal programme of learning and brokering of voluntary placements within Sheffield treatment system.
Aim to increase social capital of families in contact with drug treatment services. Structured learning programme to be delivered and brokering of voluntary placements within Sheffield treatment system.
EPP or bespoke local self-management programme. May provide benefit to individuals who have long addiction histories or long treatment journeys.
Providing families of individuals with substance misuse issues with information and resources to build recovery capital.
Formal structured supported setting to develop employment skills.
The provider must issue a schedule of proposed schemes at beginning of contract.
An overview to the procurement process and timetable for Community Drug Treatment - Opiates
Contract 2 – Opiates
Delivery of needle, syringe and paraphernalia within clinical appointments. SUs to be asked in their monthly clinical appointments about requirements for equipment. SUs will also be offered the chance to return equipment in these appointments. The provision must be discreet and needs based.
Provision of nurse led harm reduction interventions including BBV screening and immunisation, wound-care and venous care services.
Having received a healthcare assessment at SPAR, and internally referred to HR services for interventions or liaison with other relevant healthcare services e.g. dental health, sexual and reproductive health services.
Provision of OD prevention training to vulnerable service users (those with opiate use as primary and/or secondary drug of misuse).
Provision of Clinical Guidelines and process to administer ‘take home’ Naloxone to appropriate Service Users.
G) Dual Diagnosis