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Each year Carers UK run the State of Caring Survey to get a full picture of what it means to care for a family member or friend.
Adfam welcomes Karen Evans to the team! – 11 Apr 2017
We are delighted to announce that Karen Evans has joined the team as Kinship Care Support and Development Coordinator in Peterborough.
Adfam welcomes Chloe Thorogood to the team! – 28 Mar 2017
We are delighted to announce that Chloe Thorogood has joined the team as Youth and Community Support Worker (Newham)
Hepatitis C and Families: Phone Interviews – 21 Mar 2017
We are looking for family members of people who inject drugs to interview over the phone about their experiences.
We are very excited to launch a new resource bringing together what we have learnt from our work with older carers.
Adfam and Cruse have launched a new Bereaved through Alcohol and Drugs (BEAD) website.
Addaction's 50th anniversary – 1 Mar 2017
Addaction was formed in 1967 when Mollie Craven wrote an article in the Guardian newspaper appealing to the families of people with drug problems to start a support group.
Relationship Realities: a summary of findings – 17 Feb 2017
OnePlusOne and Adfam have launched the findings from a survey into how couple relationships are affected by drugs and alcohol.
Children of Alcoholics Week 2017 – 16 Feb 2017
This week (12th-18th February) is Children of Alcoholics Week.
Adfam is researching the views of family members on the decriminalisation and legalisation of drugs and we need your help!
FDAP to transfer services to SMMGP – 31 Jan 2017
FDAP's outgoing chief executive Carole Sharma reassured members and described it as "business as usual"
Adfam are looking forward to working with the Sir Halley Stewart Trust on our upcoming project on dual diagnosis
The successful candidate will work in Peterborough with kinship carers, the children in their care and the wider family network.
The successful candidate will work in Newham alongside the Family Support Development Coordinator, in developing youth support sessions, activities and trips; specifically for young people (11-18) affected by the Hidden Harm agenda.
Adfam Volunteer of the Year 2016 Winner – 11 Jan 2017
Congratulations to James Hill who has been awarded Adfam Volunteer of the Year 2016 in recognition of his crucial role at Adfam in raising awareness of the impact of addiction on families.