Scotland must offer drug users better treatment, access to drug consumption rooms and safer supply initiatives in order to save lives, new study claims.
Last year Sandra Holmes set up Families Campaigning for Change, a group of parents whose children have struggled with addiction. Now the group is calling on the Scottish Government to provide a national helpline and out-of-hours-services it insists will save lives.
With the 2019 drug death statistics expected to reach record levels for the sixth year running, families say they need support so their loved ones can access the help they need to survive.
As the charity run rapid access hotel for rough sleepers in Glasgow closes its doors, what's next for the city's street homeless?