COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS WITH ADFAM NEWHAM BUILDING FAMILY RECOVERY PROJECT!
Day 10 - Spread the festive cheer through volunteering
Drug and 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.
Since our launch in May 2018, it's been really buzzing within our Newham Building Family Recovery Project.
Family members in Greenwich told us that finding the right time to talk to a loved one about their substance use is important. Here are some more of their top tips: bit.ly/2ufuPXx
We're also on Facebook! Like our page for all the latest updates on families, drugs and alcohol: bit.ly/2um6oXx
Seeing a loved one struggling with drug or alcohol dependency can be incredibly hard. We asked family members in Greenwich for some top tips on coping: bit.ly/2ukoN7V
Do you work with families affected by drugs and alcohol?
We run a number of regional practitioner forums around the country and would love to see you at one!
To find out more, email Becky on email@example.com.
Most family members hope that their loved one will recover and live a life free of drug and alcohol problems! But when recovery first becomes a reality, it can bring unexpected challenges. We asked family members in Greenwich for their top tips: bit.ly/2ukqaDB
We asked family members in Greenwich about what helps them to cope with their loved one’s substance use. Here are some of their top tips: bit.ly/2KUsYlm
To stigmatise someone due to substance misuse, or the substance misuse of a family member is ignorant and dangerous. And to speak out about stigma is extremely brave. Well done Katie Parrett! twitter.com/KatieParrett2/…
Do you want to improve support for families affected by drugs and alcohol? Find out more about the peer support model we developed in Greenwich: bit.ly/2zIJi3o