The Cambridgeshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team resides within Cambridgeshire County Council. Its strategic direction is laid out by the DAAT Executive Board, whose members include senior leads from the County Council, health services including Cambridgeshire PCT, constabulary and probation services, housing services, community safety teams, and the National Treatment Agency.
All commissioning of adult drug and alcohol treatment services, including the Drug Intervention Programme, is delivered and monitored by the Adult Treatment Commissioning Group (ATCG), facilitated by the DAAT Treatment Coordinator, which reports directly to the DAAT Executive Board. The ATCG is a multi-agency partnership comprising of high-ranking leads from partnership agencies that ensures an integrated approach to treatment planning is promoted. Wider stakeholders are involved in the review and planning process, including service providers, service users, community groups and other members of the public affected by substance misuse issues.
The Integrated Drug Treatment System (IDTS) aims to improve treatment for substance misusers in prison and provide a seamless treatment journey between community and prison based services and went live in 2010 with delivery following a similar county structure with a local implementation group comprising of prisons, PCT and DAAT responsible to the ATCG with overall strategic direction decided by the DAAT Executive board.