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Triple Zero City Strategy | Birmingham City Council

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Triple Zero City Strategy

Working in collaboration with the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, the NHS and local community and voluntary sector partners we have been developing a strategy to reduce deaths and overdoses linked to drug and alcohol misuse.

The Triple Zero City Strategy is our proposed new approach to address all kinds of addiction in our Birmingham community.

We think the best results to aim for are:

  • Zero deaths due to drugs or alcohol addiction
  • Zero overdoses due to drug or alcohol addiction
  • Zero people living with any addiction without the support needed to manage it

This work is overseen by the Health Protection Forum sub-group of the Health and Wellbeing Board and is managed by the Health Protection Team.

We asked the people of Birmingham, strategic partners and key agencies to give us their view on our plan.

The consultation closed on 2 August 2021 and we are reviewing your responses. You can still view the consultation documents, but can no longer comment on them. A final version of the strategy will be published when available.

If you have any questions or issues, please email TripleZero