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Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) and Active Communities have today (Wednesday 22 May) launched a pilot programme that will deliver additional support for local families to help them provide a healthy start for their pre-school children.
Work on a new health and social care facility for the Dargavel and Bishopton communities will begin over the coming weeks now that technical details and legal procedures have been completed.
 New Chair of Renfrewshire's Integration Joint Board (IJB)
Councillor Jennifer Adam has been appointed as the Chair of Renfrewshire's Integration Joint Board (IJB). She will take over as Chair for the next meeting, which is scheduled for Friday, 29 September.
People from Bishopton, Dargavel and the surrounding area are invited to an open event to get first sight of the proposed design for the new health and social care facility, currently being developed for the area.
A Collaborative Approach to Tackling Adult Social Care Recruitment in Renfrewshire
We are working together, in collaboration with local care providers to tackle recruitment challenges being faced in the Adult Social Care sector.
A mobile support unit has been launched in Renfrewshire in an attempt to reduce drug-related deaths and harm in the area. The Harm Reduction Response Team (HaRRT) has been set up to engage with people affected by drug and alcohol use and to support people who are not yet accessing treatment and care services. It allows those at risk access to the free supply and disposal of injecting equipment, blood testing, wound first aid alongside the training and distribution of Naloxone, which is used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
Angela Constance MSP, Minister for Drugs Policy, has officially opened Renfrewshire's new Recovery Hub, CIRCLE (Continuing in Recovery Changes Lives Entirely).
Invest In Renfrewshire are hosting a recruitment event on behalf of Renfrewshire HSCP and some of Renfrewshire's Independent Care providers, to recruit people into social care posts.
More than 4,000 people from across Scotland walked through the town for the Recovery Walk Scotland event which took place here for the first time.

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