Drug & 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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Do you live in the London Borough of Haringey? Are your family affected by someone’s drinking?

Join SHAPE UP WITH SPURS- A 40 minute virtual family exercise session on Thurs, 10.30 via zoom.

1st session- Thursday 13th Aug

Contact Emily- e.miller@adfam.org.uk/ 07548999414


If you are affected by the drug, alcohol or gambling of a loved one during #lockdown, help is out there for you. Call a helpline for free today, and someone can give you support and advice over the telephone bit.ly/3b5RhWw


Calling all professionals in Swindon whose work brings them into contact with families affected by alcohol misuse!

As part of the RESTORE project we're organising a virtual forum for professionals to share their knowledge.

📅Thurs 10th Sept




If you are affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol use, or gambling, you might feel alone, or as if nobody understands what you are going through. Share your experiences and receive support from others in the same position on our online forum:

bit.ly/2VvndNe #lockdown


Children & families of alcohol dependent parents are facing a range of new and complex challenges as a result of covid-19. In #Swindon we’re working with partners on the RESTORE project to provide remote support. Get in touch for more info: h.rankin@adfam.org.uk #HereForSwindon


If you can't make your usual face-to-face support group during #lockdown , our online forum is here for you. A non- judgemental space to talk to others online who are also affected by someone's drug or alcohol use, or gambling habits. bit.ly/3ejVNCK #peersupport


If you’re based in #Swindon and impacted by the alcohol dependency of a parent or family member, we’re currently offering remote support. Get in touch with Helen for more information: h.rankin@adfam.org.uk #HereForSwindon


@CarolineFlint shares her own story and sheds light on how the secrecy and shame affected her later in life, as well as talking about her work with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Children of Alcoholics @LBC @eddiemair

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