Supervised Consumption

Under the terms of this service the pharmacist supervises the consumption of prescribed medicines, ensuring that the dose has been administered and consumed as required by the prescription, to the patient. Within West Yorkshire this service is commissioned for the supervision of drugs used within substance misuse services.

FP10MDA endorsement guidance can be accessed here:

If you are interested in providing this service in your pharmacy please click here for information on what you need to do.


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Bradford Supervised Consumption

Bradford Supervision Contract Letter 2023

Bradford Supervision Service Level Agreement 2023


Claims are processed via PharmOutcomes which the commissioner New Vision Bradford (HumanKind) is now responsible for.


Prescription Queries

Single point of contact: 01274 296023

Urgent administrative matters: 01274 715833 or 7156861


Clinical Site 

Delivery of all New Vision Bradford clinical services are now from Unity House, 30 Manningham Lane, Bradford, BD1 3DN. This address will be printed on all New Vision Bradford prescriptions going forward: Unity House, 30 Manningham Lane, Bradford, BD1 3DN.


Service Commissioner: New Vision Bradford (HumanKind)

Service Lead: Joanne Phillips –


Calderdale Supervised Consumption

Calderdale Supervision Service Level Agreement 2024

Calderdale Methadone Protocol

Patient Contract


PHS have been contracted to provide the clinical waste management.  If you have any queries please contact the PHS Accounts Manager, Joan Miles on 07887 588 897.

Claims are processed via PharmOutcomes by CPWY.


Service Commissioner: Calderdale Recovery Steps, a partnership managed by Human Kind.

Service Lead: Fiona Thaxter –


Craven Supervised Consumption

This service in Craven is commissioned by North Yorkshire Council.

For more information on this service in Craven, or if you are interested in signing up to provide this service, please email the North Yorkshire HAS Contracting Team: Your query will then be passed onto the relevant lead.


Kirklees Supervised Consumption

Supervision Service Level Agreement 2019

Supervision Service Renewal Letter 2019

CGL Pharmacy Fitness to Practice Form

Halal Certificate for Espranor: July 19 – July 20


Service Commissioner: Change Grow Live (CGL)

Point of contact for pharmacies: Michelle Hey – or Louisa Campo –


Leeds Supervised Consumption

From 1st July 2023, HumanKind Charity, who provide the Forward Leeds drug and alcohol service in Leeds, assumed commissioning and budget responsibility from Leeds City Council for the Pharmacy Supervised Consumption Service.

Supervised Consumption is an important service provided by pharmacies to target misuse of illicit substances, prevent withdrawal symptoms and reduce risk to service users. The service is currently delivered by numerous pharmacies in Leeds in collaboration with Forward Leeds.


Leeds Supervision Service Extension Letter – July 2024

Supervised Consumption Contract Letter

Leeds Supervision Service Specification – From 1st July 2023


Contact Details:

Forward Leeds – (0113) 887 2477 (SPOC),

The above SPOC (single point of contact) is the main way to contact Forward Leeds.  Alternatively, the Forward Leeds hub numbers are:

  • Armley Park Court: 07394 563555
  • Irford House: 07936 360184
  • Kirkgate: 07394 563556

Please note that payment claims are processed via PharmOutcomes by the commissioner.


Service Commissioner: HumanKind

Service Lead: Nicole Clark, Service Clinical Director,


Wakefield Supervised Consumption

Wakefield Supervision SLA Contract Extension Letter – 2020

Wakefield Supervision Service Agreement – Part A

Wakefield Supervision Service Agreement – Part B

Appendix 1 – Roles and Responsibilities

Appendix 2 – Missed Dose Flowchart

Appendix 3 – Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)

Appendix 4 – 4-Way Pharmacy Agreement


Guidance on CD Instalment Prescriptions – the “appropriate” date

Turning Point has informed us that they are receiving a number of queries about what is defined as the “appropriate date” on CD instalment prescriptions such as those for methadone and buprenorphine. These prescriptions are valid for 28 days after the “appropriate” date which is either the date on which it was signed by the prescriber, OR, the date indicated by the prescriber as being the date before which it shall not be supplied – whichever is the later of the two dates.

Turning Point have produced some helpful guidance that can be found below.

Turning Point Instalment Script Guidance – The Appropriate Date


Claims are processed via PharmOutcomes by CPWY.

Service Commissioner: Turning Point

Service Lead: Joanne Bannister, 01924 334300



Last Updated: 17th June 2024