Membership of Scottish Drugs Forum

SDF Membership is Free (as of April 2016)

SDF membership is open to stakeholders in the drugs field in Scotland who support the aims and values of Scottish Drugs Forum and is subject to approval of the Board of Directors of SDF.

There are two types of SDF membership available:

  • Organisational membership allows organisations to have a single named individual as their organisational representative and to vote at general meetings.
  • Individual membership allows individuals to enjoy membership benefits but does not have voting rights at general meetings.

From April 2016 the benefits of SDF membership include:

  • Discounted access to SDF events and conferences
  • Participation in SDF consultations on developing policy and practice
  • Representation in the development of policy 
  • 4 e-bulletins each year with a focus on a specific policy or practice issue
  • 20 e-newsletter each year with news from the drugs and related fields
  • Attendance at SDF annual general meeting 

Please note that individual members registered at 31 March 2016 will continue to have voting rights and that the new individual membership conditions applies only to new members.

How to join SDF

Complete and submit the online membership application form below - selecting either an Individual or Organisational category. Alternatively, please phone 0141 221 1175, email enquiries@sdf.org.uk, or click here to download an SDF membership form (PDF 27kb).

Membership Application Form

I understand a condition of membership is that I/we support the aims and values of Scottish Drugs Forum and that all memberships are subject to approval by the Board of Directors of Scottish Drugs Forum.  
Please Note:  Fields marked with an Asterisk are Mandatory.


 Organisational Membership (allows organisations to have a single named individual as their organisational representative and to vote at general meetings).
 Individual Membership (allows individuals to enjoy membership benefits but does not have voting rights).
 Private
 Work
 1. Trends in Substance Use
 2. Prevalence
 3. Prevention and Education
 4. Harms and Harm Reduction
 5. Drug-related Death
 6. Blood-borne viruses and Bacterial Infection
 7. Injecting Equipment Provision
 8. Safer Injecting
 9. Drug Treatment and Care
 10. Opioid Replacement Therapy
 11. Residential Services
 12. Service Quality
 13. Training and Workforce Development
 14. User Involvement
 15. Mental Health
 16. Physical Health
 17. Sexual and Reproductive Health
 18. Recovery
 19. Self Help Groups (NA, CA, AA and SMART)
 20. Housing and Homelessness
 21. Learning and Employment
 22. Criminal Justice
 23. Prisons
 24. Children Affected by Parental Use
 25. Families affected by Substance Use
 26. Young People
 27. Older Drug Users
 28. Women
 29. Black and Minority Ethnic Substance Use
 30. LGBTI and Substance Use
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