The national charity organisation Adfam is devoted to changing the lives of families affected by drugs and alcohol. Here at Adfam, we desire to provide help for persons influenced by someone else's alcohol or drug abuse, and also give them a chance to be a part of a supportive community and to enjoy mental and bodily well being.
Alcohol and drug abuse can endanger and eventually ruin family relations and harmony.
We stop these incidents happening by enabling family members as well as support workers to influence the addict's decision-making.
What We Value
We talked with family members and frontline laborers People who have experienced these type of problems most likely can provide some solutions. But it's not only support; this program informs and educates family members over devastating effects and how to take a stand in support of drug and alcohol addiction reduction in homes and workplace. We develop abilities, resources, trust and pathways so both groups can assist themselves, their friends, clients and communities.
We Do Things That Work
Substance use has a very significant but varied effect on family members. Our approach of work with care and close regard which works in the whole world. We accept evidence regardless of how different it might be, paying equal attention to both practical evidence and official research data in order to do this. We listen to our peers, supporters and friends and we base our work on their advice.
We're Serious About Our Mission
Our overall objective is driven by commitment and partnering with organisations which share similar sentiments towards addiction rehabilitation. We guarantee to treat people and families influenced by medications and liquor with deference and nobility, because we realise that partiality and disgrace are obstructions to recuperation and cause damages. We need to see a general public free from shame towards drugs and liquor clients and their families. we are going to fight it until it destroy.
Who We Cooperate 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 train workers to have confidence and capability so we can rest assured they will be useful and efficient in their work.
Decision-makers- In order to shape policy and ensure they understand the families issues we work with everyday, we engage and influence key national and local decision-makers.