If you are affected by a family member, friend or work colleagues drug or alcohol use we would like you to have the chance of benefitting from a family full of love, enjoy a healthy relationship and mental and physical wellbeing.
Family lives and wellbeing are often destroyed by drug and alcohol use.
We enable relatives and carers, aftercare specialists and other workers to provide right help at the right time.
We do realize that discrimination and shaming are obstacles towards the path of recovery and can inflict damages; we endeavour to deal with patients and their families impacted by drugs and alcohol abuse with utmost consideration and honour.
We know that people who face challenges often also have answers as we listen to families and frontline workers.
So what we do is acknowledged by our supporters: using evidence and compassion we inform, support and empower both people affected by a loved one's substance misuse and the workers who support them. We build skills, pathways, confidence, and resources so both groups can help themselves, their peers, clients, and communities.
The effect of substance use on family connections and their health is both significant and differed. We have an aim of working with care and close attention to what works in the real world.
To achieve this we take on a variety of facts, without taking too lightly the worth of first-hand experience and also official facts obtained from research. We are driven by what our friends, families and supporters tell us works.
We deliver our work in a committed and serious way that is of the highest quality. We want to see a society free from stigma towards drug and alcohol users and their families and will fight until it remains.
We work with all; families, friends and carriers, we advise and support the people exaggerated by another's material use, we intensify their voices and ensure to curtail the issues they faced. By building the capability and confidence of practitioners we can ensure that the help and support they deliver is effective and worthwhile. We have good tie up with key national and local authorities who make decisions and policies and we keep them informed of issues and problems faced by families and individuals affected by drug and liquor addiction.