About Oxfordshire DAAT
The Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team (Oxfordshire DAAT)
is one of 149 DAATs throughout England whose role is to implement
and co-ordinate the Government's National Drug Strategy.
As a partnership organisation the DAAT, hosted by Oxfordshire PCT,
commissions drug and alcohol treatment and support services on behalf
of all partners including Oxfordshire County Council, Thames Valley
Police, all 4 district councils, health and the probation service.
The Oxfordshire DAAT is accountable to the Home Office (via the
Regional Government Office), The Department of Health (via the National
Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse), and more locally to the
DAAT Board. This Board is made up of senior officials from all of
the statutory public sector agencies. We have a budget of approximately
£7 million made up of the pooled treatment budget direct from
the Department of Health, the Drug Interventions Programme (DIP)
budget direct from the Home Office and local partnership funding.
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