You get a lot more information from DrugFAM inclusive of awareness, education and support targeting individuals, families and friends struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. In such hard times, we firmly believe that not a single family member, caretaker, or a friend should be living in solitude, anxiety and ignorance of any local and national assistance.
At the very centre of our work at DrugFAM is producing support groups and support that those attending get from our experienced practitioners and more significantly other people is, we are told, crucial for overcoming issues their family is facing. Many other services that can provide huge benefits when it comes to physical and mental health for individuals, as well as providing better lives for families with issues, are available at DrugFAM.
One of the most important things to DrugFAM is providing security and welfare of children's and youngsters.
If you give us some information regarding a person's well being, we will talk about it with you and find a way to sort it out. This may include sharing information with relevant agencies.
Getting support from our trained experts as well as others that attend support groups is very important for our attendees, as we are told, since it helps them greatly to deal with their family problems and these support groups are the very basis of our work at DrugFAM.
High Wycombe 2007 support group meeting marked the beginning of a series of meetings in different locations to cater for different support group interests.
Theatre In Education
We strongly believe that it is vital to educate people about the dangers of taking drugs and the effect this can have on the loved ones of people trapped in addiction at DrugFAM. We educate people through performances of the play: "Mum, can you borrow me twenty quid? What drugs did to my family".
We all need a helping hand from time to time, physically challenged persons more due to limitation of resources to manage issues in life. DrugFAM has set aside two persons to meet and spend time discussing substance abuse and its effects as well as create awareness with disabled persons with prior special arrangement. This is offered only to persons who have lost someone to addiction or those with an addict in their family.
One To One Support
This arrangement provides the opportunity for new family member support group to discover how other support groups manage and handle respective cases substance abuse. One of the benefit of this one to one support group is, it also provide a chance to talk with our facilitator and share their story and problems of how get into this problem and what is disturbing them.
It is not an ongoing relationship alongside or outside the group.
For people that lost a loved one due to substance addiction, there are six ways of support we provide at DrugFAM.
The Book, 'Mum, would you be able to loan me twenty quid? What drugs did to my family'.
We have contributed to raising awareness of drugs and alcohol and the subsequent impact on families since founded in 2006 at DrugFAM.
Our bestseller books is Our Founder's Book 'Mum, would you be able to loan me twenty quid? What drugs did to my family', which is available now in Czech, Dutch, Danish and Polish.
It offers a great insight and expertise of drug addiction by giving family members, friends and caretakers valuable information. You can find the book in stores, as well as on Amazon and eBay.
There is Theatre in Education play created from the book and has been performed over a hundred times in different places all around the country, in theatres, schools and prisons. Discover when is the next show or commission the play.
Telephone And Email Support
We know and we understand the this drug problem or issue is not 9 to 5 problem. The weekends, holidays and evening can be the most upsetting. When you are in need of advice, the phone is the simplest way to obtain this. We have a team of experts at service 24/7.