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Relationship Realities: Couple relationships project
An audio project that provided practical relationship support to couples affected by drug and alcohol misuse
We recently worked closely with with relationships charity OnePlusOne to create an audio resource that tells the stories of a number of couples affected by alcohol and drug misuse in their families and the effect on their relationship.
We know couples living in families affected by drug and alcohol misuse often live with acute worry, putting a strain on their relationships. To help, the project has created an audio collection of short stories and practical advice from real people living in families affected by drug or alcohol misuse.
Over the course of the project we distributed over 1000 free players to practitioners around the country working with families.
You can listen to Relationship Realities here:
Please do give us your feedback on the project by completing the very short evaluation form at the bottom of this page.
The project was funded by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and formed part of a wider contract for Relationship Support Services – Culture Change between One Plus One and the DWP.