Adfam is a national charity dedicated to helping families that suffer from drug and alcohol abuse issues. We strive to give anyone affected by a family member's addiction the opportunity to get the benefit from supportive and healthy relationships, feel involved within a loving family and maintain a healthy mental as well as physical wellbeing.
Alcohol and drug abuse can endanger and eventually ruin family relations and harmony.
To prevent this from happening, we encourage family members and caretakers, reassure frontline workers and impact those that make decisions.
We listen to frontline workers and families As we know that individuals have answers if they have face or confront challenges. So, thanks to our supporters we plan a course of action: using empathy and proofs we notify, encourage and empower both workers that cooperate with those that suffer from a substance abuse of family members, as well as those family members. So that both groups can help themselves, their peers, communities and clients, we build skills, confidence, pathways and resources.
The influence of both drug and alcohol abuse on family harmony is intense and diverse. We put lots of care and focus on our work as we tend to use most effective methods for the real world. We've designed programs that allows individuals and institutions the opportunity for making informed choices also encourage them to drop bad habits to health and wellness progress. We depend upon the support of friends and associates for guidance and direction.
Our overall objective is driven by commitment and partnering with organisations which share similar sentiments towards addiction rehabilitation. 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.