"This means treating people and all their complex needs, not just the addiction, and tackling the inequalities and traumas behind substance misuse
Almost half of this funding goes directly to the seven area planning boards which commission substance misuse
services for their region.
Director of children's services at Manchester council, Paul Marshall, said youngsters in care battling drug or alcohol problems are supported - and that work to increase awareness of the risks of substance misuse
The board said there had been a "considerable effort" to reduce levels of substance misuse
in the prison and staff introduced "strengthened measures" to control drug use.
The figures come from a Freedom of Information request to Public Health England, which is responsible for the National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse
Ricky Bhandal, a substance misuse
consultant at Birmingham Public Heath, said: "Regular use can cause big problems with urology and a hardening of the bladder which makes going to the toilet very painful.
It was also announced that a new pilot technology project will be introduced using web-based support and Skype to help families to access services for substance misuse
in rural and remote settings.
conference is to look at the impact of alcohol and substance misuse
on player performance as well as its impact on players personal and social lives.
Lorraine Lambert, chief executive at the trust, said: "I am delighted and proud that our substance misuse
team has re-ceived this deserved recognition for their innovative work to establish a new, integrated S care pathway which is saving lives."
The first round of 'insight into' talks for 2013 will focus on substance misuse
and will be led by Dr Fleur Ashby, consultant in substance misuse
at the trust.
By 2030, more than 72 million Americans will be 65 and older, with a significant number of them requiring care for mental health conditions and substance misuse
. The report found millions of baby boomers are likely to struggle to access diagnosis and treatment for mental health and substance use problems without a major effort to boost the number of providers to care for the population as it ages.
Parental substance misuse
places families at risk for involvement in Child Welfare Services (CWS) (Barth, Gibbons, & Guo, 2006).