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 families affected by
  drugs and alcohol


Drug and alcohol use can threaten and ultimately destroy family relationships and wellbeing. We empower family members and carers, support frontline workers and influence decision-makers to stop this happening.

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Have you experienced abusive behaviour from your substance using child? Want to help people like you?

We have a handful of spaces remaining for a free training session we're organising for families in Winchester tomorrow.

Email r.allon-smith@adfam.org.uk for more info.

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Not long now - tomorrow is our Youth Ambassador's Campaign Exhibition at Stratford library Hopkins room!! Please join us! Today we discussed about the impact of drugs and alcohol, difference between good & bad communication, and the power of campaigning! We also had a nice lunch!

@AdfamUK

Have you experienced abusive behaviour from your substance using child? Want to help people like you?

We have a handful of spaces remaining for a free training session we're organising for families in Winchester tomorrow.

Email r.allon-smith@adfam.org.uk for more info.

@AdfamUK

When it comes to dealing with a loved one’s substance use, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. But family members have a wealth of experience on how to respond, rather than react, in the face of challenging behaviour. Here are some of their top tips: bit.ly/2uh4s3A

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Are you taking part in #Stoptober or #GoSoberforOctober? Follow us throughout the month as our Building Family Recovery team in Newham produce daily tips on how best to cut down on smoking or drinking.

Day #23 - Treat yourself Tuesday

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'As a parent, I’ve seen first-hand how children and young people are affected by inadequate funding of vital services and support. I am not alone' @AdfamUK supports this petition calling for urgent action by the Govt. to put #ChildrenAtTheHeart of spending bit.ly/2EmQnsP

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In 2017, 92% of the family members we worked with felt able to share their experiences and listened to. Read more in our latest Impact Report: bit.ly/2uqcsyY