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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 seen our new website? With a new look and new features such as a forum and a blog, we hope it will be a useful resource for families affected by drugs and alcohol, and the practitioners who support them. Check it out here: adfam.org.uk

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Most family members hope that their loved one will recover and live a life free of drug and alcohol problems! But when recovery first becomes a reality, it can bring unexpected challenges. We asked family members in Greenwich for their top tips: adfam.org.uk/cms/docs/Top_t…

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Do you want to commission or provide support for families affected by drugs and alcohol?

Read "Making It Happen", our guide which brings together our 30+ years of experience of supporting families.

adfam.org.uk/cms/docs/Makin…

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Signs of domestic abuse may not be as obvious as some think but free and confidential support is always available.

National 24 hour Helpline – 0808 2000 247 National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline – 0800 999 5428

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@VisionsThurrock Hi @VisionsThurrock, thank you for your message. Kate is our Family Service Development Coordinator in Essex and runs sessions for families in Chelmsford. You can drop her a line on k.sale@adfam.org.uk or phone 07555 427 686

@AdfamUK

Have you seen our new website? With a new look and new features such as a forum and a blog, we hope it will be a useful resource for families affected by drugs and alcohol, and the practitioners who support them. Check it out here: adfam.org.uk

@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: adfam.org.uk/cms/docs/Top_t…