The national charity organisation Adfam is devoted to changing the lives of families affected by drugs and alcohol. 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.
Family relationships as well as their mental health are threatened with destruction due to drugs and alcohol use.
We engage family members and caregivers collective participation support to change this course of direction.
What We Care About
We are glad to hear family members and frontline workers. 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. Capacity building, through making resources available to learn productive skills and instil confidence on individual's potential for productivity.
We're Driven By What Works
Our aim is to improve health and happiness decisions in family set up, work place and social gatherings. This is the secret behind our dynamic approach to drug and alcohol abuse. 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 Are Dedicated To Accomplish Our Goal
We are committed to deliver high quality work because we are serious about our work and our partnerships. We recognise that injustice and discrimination are the biggest threats towards individual and family recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. We advocate for just society of individuals with equal rights and opportunities regardless of their drug or alcohol orientation to make a contribution using individual potential towards nation building activities through collective participation.
With Whom Do We Work
Careers, friends and families - In order to ensure those affected by another's substance use have a stake in the issue that affect them, we inform and empower them and also amplify their voices.
Frontline workers - We seek to build individual confidence to take control to support family and work mates in a common goal.
People making decisions - Our engaged and influenced national and local leaders and decision makers make policies which are made according to the issues of families.