If you are affected by a family member, friend or work colleagues drug or alcohol use we would like you to have the chance of benefitting from a family full of love, enjoy a healthy relationship and mental and physical wellbeing.
The healthy relationships become worsen by utilizing drugs and liquor.
We encourage family members and carers, assist frontline staff and convince decision-makers to prevent this from taking place.
We do realize that discrimination and shaming are obstacles towards the path of recovery and can inflict damages; we endeavour to deal with patients and their families impacted by drugs and alcohol abuse with utmost consideration and honour.
We know that people who face challenges often also have answers as we listen to families and frontline workers.
So what we do is acknowledged by our supporters: using evidence and compassion we inform, support and empower both people affected by a loved one's substance misuse and the workers who support them. By developing aptitudes, resources, determination and pathways, we strengthen individuals to help themselves, their associates, customers and groups.
The effect of substance abuse on a family bond and security can be intense and diverse. We do our work with keen interest, consideration and care.
Evidence and real life experience is valuable. We are led by our companions, supporters and associates and the information they provide on what works best.
We take our work very seriously , and we value our associations, and focused on conveying them with utmost quality. We want to see a society free from stigma towards drug and alcohol users and their families and will fight until it remains.
We are eyes and ears of families, companions and carers and assist and enable those influenced by another's substance utilize, and strengthen the part played by people who have a stake in the issues that influence them. We develop confidence, enhance the capacity of experts to provide treatment and support in best possible way. We influence and engage key national and local decision-makers in shaping policy and ensuring they understand the problems the families we work with face every day.