We care, for the better.
A place for professionals to develop innovative practice, connect with their peers and put families first.
- The Family Angle
- Grandparent carers
- Bouncing back
- Criminal justice work
- Domestic violence
- Diverse families
- Somali development
- Workforce development
- BEAD (Bereaved through Alcohol and Drugs) Project
- Older Carers
- Opioid Substitution Treatment and risks to children
- Drug education and prevention
- Family Recovery Champions – Royal Borough of Greenwich
- Recovery Partnership
- Peterborough Kinship Care Support Service
- Relationship Realities: Couple relationships project
- Child to Parent Abuse Project
- Engaging young people in Newham
- The Alcohol and Families Alliance
- Dual Diagnosis
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Adfam delivered the work of the Recovery Partnership until the end of 2016/17 - policy, research and infrastructure work for the drug and alcohol treatment and recovery sector.
The Recovery Partnership was formed in May 2011 by DrugScope, the Recovery Group UK and the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium to provide a new collective voice for the substance misuse sector. Adfam was able to continue the work started by DrugScope from 2013 until 2017. You can read all about the Recovery Partnership's work on its website.
- State of the Sector 2015: a report on the health on the treatment sector in 2015
- Regional roundtables: focused on innovation within treatment and recovery
- Commissioning for recovery: forums and briefings for substance misuse commissioners
- Quality Standard Framework for community treatment. The standards have been written and will be launched shortly.