The Birmingham Drug and Alcohol Action Team forms part of Safer Birmingham Partnership.
What does DAAT stand for?
DAAT stands for Drug and Alcohol Action Team (UK)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 14 other meanings of DAAT in our Acronym Attic
- Defense Automatic Addressing System Center Inquiry
- Defense Automatic Addressing System Office
- Diplomate of the American Academy of Spine Physicians (American Academy of Spine Physicians; Elgin, IL)
- Delayed Acknowledge Characters After Slow Start
- Dry-Ambient Aerosol Size Spectrometer (atmospheric chemistry)
- Dartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley
- D-Amino Acid Transaminase
- Deep Abdominal Adipose Tissue (body fat)
- Defense and Arrest Tactics
- Devon Air Ambulance Trust (UK)
- Drug and Alcohol Team (UK)
- Drug and Alcohol Action Teams (UK)
- Denver Area Access Users Group
- Dwarf Athletic Association United Kingdom
- Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park (US National Park Service)
- Direct-Acting Anti-Viral (disease therapy)
- Dual Action Anthrax Vaccine
- Design-Art-Architecture in the World (Italy)
- Disability Awareness and Action Working Group (NASA)
- Double-Arm Anaerobic Work Test
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kirklees Drug and Alcohol Action Team says that over the past five years, the number of users being treated has gone up twofold.
The county council's Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT) is being recognised for its efforts to cut the number of people whose lives are wrecked by alcohol.
Since April, 61 teenagers have been treated by the Warwickshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team - which covers Nuneaton, Leamington, Rugby and the rest of the county.
Making Sense Of It All ( Drugs, Alcohol and Health is being co-ordinated by North East Open College Network and the County Durham Drug and Alcohol Action Team.
Wirral Drug and Alcohol Action Team is putting together an information pack.
The training, which was completed by a total of five carers and 10 care workers, was provided through the Meriden Project, an initiative funded by Warwickshire County Council's Drug and Alcohol Action Team.