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State of Caring Survey 2018 – 8 May 2018
Carers UK annual State of Caring survey
Adfam is looking to speak to family members of Service personnel and Veterans who have substance use issues
Survey for people who has a loved one that engages in chemsex
Adfam welcomes Suki Thiara to the team! – 21 Mar 2018
Suki joins Adfam as Youth and Community Support Worker in Newham
We are very excited to launch a new report sharing the learnings from our Whole Family Recovery Project in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Adfam's 2017 impact report – 7 Mar 2018
An overview of our work in 2017
Consultation carried out as the first stage of a project funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s ‘Tampon Tax’, enabling Adfam to build on earlier work addressing the dual issues of substance use and domestic violence and abuse.
Voices of British Families Affected by Cannabis – 28 Feb 2018
New website and campaign collecting stories of families affected by cannabis
'Family Life in Recovery' report – 26 Feb 2018
New research report ‘Family Life in Recovery’ by Sheffield Hallam University and Adfam, funded by Alcohol Research UK, illustrates the far-reaching impacts of dependent drinking through the lens of family members.
Parental Alcohol Misuse and Children briefing – 19 Feb 2018
A new briefing on Parental Alcohol Misuse has been released by the Government's Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology. Its release coincided with Children of Alcoholics (COA) week 2018.
The 2017 Family Voices Competition Winner – 30 Jan 2018
Congratulations Jane Taylor who won the 2017 Family Voices creative writing competition with her winning entry "Friendly Stranger"
The 2017 Gary Seaman Award Winner – 30 Jan 2018
Congratulations to Caroline Shaw, from NECA in South Tyneside, who has won the 2017 Gary Seaman Award.
Adfam welcomes Syeda Hussain to the team – 29 Jan 2018
Syeda joins Adfam as Family Support Coordinator in Newham
New ARUK report: Public Involvement in Alcohol Research – 24 Jan 2018
Alcohol Research UK (ARUK) have released a new report on public involvement in alcohol research, setting out some of the key principles behind greater public involvement in the alcohol research field as well as exploring the key challenges.
The successful candidate will be working on our new project in Newham "Building Family Recovery" alongside the Family Support Development Coordinator to develop youth support sessions, activities and trips; specifically for young people (11-17) affected by parental substance misuse.