We want anyone affected by someone else's drug or alcohol use to have the chance to be part of a loving and supportive family, benefit from healthy relationships, and enjoy mental and physical wellbeing.
Medication and liquor use can debilitate families and at last decimate good relationships and health of a family.
We empower family members and cares, influence decision-makers and support frontline workers to prevent this from happening.
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 value the families and our line workers opinion and listen to their suggestions.
We work as advised by our supporters: with the use of empathy and facts, we notify, assist and enable both individuals impacted by a loved one's substance abuse problem and also the staff who assist them. By developing aptitudes, resources, determination and pathways, we strengthen individuals to help themselves, their associates, customers and groups.
The effect of substance use on family relationships and well being is both varied and profound. We do our work with keen interest, consideration and care.
Evidence and real life experience is valuable. The success of our program is due to our helpers, followers and co-workers who are always there to inform us.
We are serious about our work, and our partnerships, and dedicated to providing them with the extreme quality. Our aim is to develop a community free from disgrace towards medication and liquor abusers and their families, and we are determined to eliminate such evils from society.
Families, friends, and carers We inform and empower those affected by another's substance use, and boost their voices to ensure they have a support in the problems that affect 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.