Supporting the Local Community and Families in South Ayrshire - Society aims
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- Main Project - Offers support to any family who reside in Ayrshire and have a family member addicted to either drugs or alcohol. 132 families support in 2012- 55% from EAC
- Supporting the Families of Prisoners at HMP Kilmarnock - Offers support to families who have a family member imprisoned in HMP Kilmarnock, the project gives advice to families of prisoners at Outside visits on prison procedures and for in depth support the family is referred to the charity’s Prison Support Coordinator. 79 Families accessed support via Support Coordinator with advice given to 428 families.
- Support for families of the accused at Ayr and Kilmarnock Sherriff Courts - Project offers support, advice and advocacy for families via charity’s Court Advisor - if family member is imprisoned family is referred to Prison Support Coordinator -57 families supported.
- S.T.O.P. Drugs Education Saves Lives - Provides information to families, families of prisoners and community groups in Ayrshire on the signs of basic drug abuse, signs of overdose, basic first aid, Naloxone (antidote of opiate overdose, which if administered can help prevent drug related death) training for families in partnership with NHS Ayrshire and Arran and information on legislation. The Project also delivers Basic drug awareness to a number of secondary school in South and East Ayrshire