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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

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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

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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

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Thanks to @helenbonnick for presenting on child-to-parents abuse at our national forum this morning... a very interesting discussion followed on how practitioners working with families affected by substance use and gambling can best support families through this issue.

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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

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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

@AdfamUK

💡Do you work with BAME families affected by drugs, alcohol or gambling?

👂We would be really interested to hear from you

✍️Please get in touch at admin@adfam.org.uk or drop us a message on here

@Shuranjeet

we’re helping @AdfamUK who support families impacted by alcohol to organise a consultation with Punjabi folks who have experienced alcohol dependency in themselves or their families.

this consultation is on:

wednesday 30th september

6pm (UK time)

DM me for the Zoom link !

RT

@AdfamUK

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

@AdfamUK

'Home delivery firms blamed for enabling problem drinkers' theguardian.com/society/2020/s…

Home delivery of alcohol can put more pressure on family members/ those living with the alcohol user to regulate their loved one's consumption or deal with the implications of their drinking

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