Adfam is a national charity dedicated to helping families that suffer from drug and alcohol abuse issues. We have a desire to provide an opportunity to be a part of an encouraging and loving family, to take advantage of stable relationships and have good physical and mental health to anybody that has been struck by another person's alcohol and drug abuse.
The use of drugs and alcohol can ultimately destroy a family's wellbeing and the relationships within it.
We engage family members and caregivers collective participation support to change this course of direction.
What We Value
We give families and frontline workers their voice As we know that individuals have answers if they have face or confront challenges. Our supporters informed what we do: We support and empower both people affected by substance misuse and the workers who support them with the evidence and compassion with us. We develop abilities, resources, trust and pathways so both groups can assist themselves, their friends, clients and communities.
We Do Things That Work
The substance use impact on wellbeing and family relationships is both varied and profound. We access our work with close attention and care to what works in the real world. To accomplish all of this, we gladly accept different kinds of evidence, and we lean on real life experiences as well as formal scientific facts. Our work is inspired by our families, friends, supporters and co-workers and what they tell us works.
We're Not Kidding About Our Main Goal
We take our work as well as our partnerships very seriously and are dedicated to delivering results of the greatest quality. We are commit to treating families and individuals that suffer the consequences of substance abuse with consideration and honour because we understand that discrimination and disgrace are obstacles to recovery and cause damage. We are going to fight until society accepts drug and alcohol addicts and their families without shaming them.
Who We Work With
Family, friends and caretakers - We make sure that those affected by somebody else's substance abuse have their opinions heard and we encourage them and inform them.
Frontline workers - We wanted to ensure the support the experts are convey is compelling and suitable as we construct the confidence, limit and ability of experts.
Leaders- We interact with and influence relevant local and national officials to improve regulations and make sure they get to know about the problems families we work with encounter every day.