APB stands for Area Planning Board. To find out more about Cardiff and Vale APB please click here.
Alcohol Treatment Centre.
Alcohol Treatment Requirement – A court order that imposes treatment on an individual where alcohol has been a factor in their criminal behaviour.
ASFA stands for Alcohol Services for All and Carduf stands for Current, Abstinent, Recovering Drug User Forum.
Blood Borne Virus – viruses that some people carry in their blood and can be spread from one person to another.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – A type of psychotherapy in which negative patterns of thought are challenged to change unwanted behaviour.
Drug Rehabilitation Requirement – A court order that imposes drug rehabilitation on an individual where drugs have been a factor in their criminal behaviour.
Drug Intervention Programme.
Drug Related Death – A death that is probably a direct consequence of the non-therapeutic taking or administration of any drug or volatile substance (excluding alcohol alone). Where drug taking was a causative or contributory factor in a person’s death.
e-das stands for Entry to Drug and Alcohol Services.
Hepatitis B Virus.
Hepatitis C Virus.
Integrated offender intervention service – the service which went live in 2012 to incorporate the DIP, DRR, ARR and AAR as one new service in Cardiff, Vale, Rhonda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil.
Motivational Interviewing – A therapeutic process whereby the practitioner supports the individual to come to his/her own change by asking motivating questions.
New Psychoactive Substances – The name given to psychoactive drugs which are not prohibited by the United Nations Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs or by the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and which people in the UK are seeking for intoxicant use.
Treatment Outcome profile – A tool that measures change and progress in key areas of the lives of people being treated in drug and alcohol services.