Error message

  • Warning: Illegal string offset 'field' in DatabaseCondition->__clone() (line 1818 of /home1/cambsdat/public_html/includes/database/
  • Warning: Illegal string offset 'field' in DatabaseCondition->__clone() (line 1818 of /home1/cambsdat/public_html/includes/database/

Welcome to the DAAT!

If you are worried about your own or someone else's drug or alcohol use, please click "Read more" to see contact details for the local services near you.

Homeless Sunday - January 18th

This year Homeless Sunday falls on January 18. To mark the day, Cambridge Link-up are holding an event at the Zion Baptist Church, Cambridge, 2.00pm. Go along and join Link-Up for an afternoon of music, poetry and readings from members of the homeless community, their friends and supporters.

Human Library

Imagine a library where books are people and reading is a conversation…
The Human Library promotes social contact and respectful conversation to challenge prejudice, exclusion and discrimination.

RED DRUG ALERT! Urgent action required

Cambridgeshire Constabulary have received credible information that Ecstasy tablets, similar to those that have been connected to the deaths of four individuals over the Christmas period in Suffolk and Shropshire, may now be available in central Cambridgeshire.
The Ecstacy tablets are red, triangular in shape and embossed with a ‘S’ Superman logo. These tablets are thought to have a large concentration of PMMA, which acts more slowly than MDMA. If you have taken drugs and start to feel unwell call 999 immediately
There is no way of knowing what is in any pills. Clearly it is safest to steer clear altogether. For safety advice around drugs please visit the following website:
Please can you disseminate this alert to your peers as soon as possible. Please also urge your service users to share information with services and their peers, and report any concerns to the Police on 101
If you have any further queries, please contact the DAAT team on 01223 699 680.
Thank you for your assistance in preventing further fatalities or harm.

Novel Psychoactive Substances

DAAT E-Newsletter

The DAAT has produced their latest e-newsletter highlighting some of the work that has been carried out during 2014. Many thanks to everyone who contributed to this.

Alcohol Awareness Month November 2014

To coincide with Alcohol Awareness Week which is taking place between 17th – 23rd of November, Cambridgeshire DAAT and the Harm Reduction Group is looking to have a particular focus on sport and alcohol. The two key aims are:
•Highlighting the impact of alcohol on sport and performance – The purpose being to target individuals who are already interested in health and fitness and highlighting how excessive alcohol consumption could impact of their performance.
•Highlighting the Morning After Campaign – There are thousands of people taking part in sport across Cambridgeshire every week and in particular at the weekends. The purpose is to inform people who either watch or participate in sport the morning after a drinking session, to be aware of the dangers of drink driving.

Events will also take place across Cambridgeshire throughout the month of November.

The Stages Recovery Cafe door is open!

The SUN Network, is pleased to announce The Stages Recovery Café is now open in Cambridge on Wednesdays 2.00-4.00pm at The Box Café on Norfolk Street, and in Wisbech on Tuesdays 1.00-3.00pm at the Rosmini Centre.

Free Alcohol Identification and Brief Advice (IBA) Training - New dates released

Inclusion Alcohol Treatment Service is offering simple IBA training courses for professionals and non professionals in Cambridgeshire.
This training is free of charge and places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

2nd Annual Recovery Conference - 17th June 2014

Cambridgeshire Safer Communities Partnership Team is pleased to announce details of this years recovery conference entitled Celebrating Recovery Together – Families and beyond’.

This event will once again provide the opportunity for professionals, service users, families, friends, carers and recovery champions to come along to share experiences and meet other people committed to the promotion and support of recovery in the community.


Subscribe to Cambridgeshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team RSS