Press Release from Suffolk Public Health
Public Health Suffolk is pleased to announce that the contract for the Integrated Drug and Alcohol Treatment Service has been awarded to Turning Point and will commence on 1st April 2015. The contract includes services for adults, young people and those involved in the criminal justice system. The contract is for an initial period of 5 years with the potential to extend for up to a further 48 months.
Turning Point has a wealth of experience in delivering similar services and in rural areas. In conjunction with their subcontractors: Suffolk Family Carers, Iceni and Air Sports, they will build on the extensive network already formed in Suffolk to deliver a service tailored to local need and to enhance opportunities for recovery.
Turning Point are keen to meet as many of the wider stakeholders as possible and will attend local forums and organise further events to provide information about the service they will offer in Suffolk.
Commissioners are working closely with Turning Point to ensure that the contract implementation is effective and we greatly appreciate your continued commitment to this client group during this time of transition.