Adfam is a national charity working to help and better the life for families who are affected by alcohol and drugs. 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.
The use of drugs and alcohol can ultimately destroy a family's wellbeing and the relationships within it.
To prevent this from happening, we encourage family members and caretakers, reassure frontline workers and impact those that make decisions.
What We Appreciate
We listen to frontline workers and families We know and understand that the people who face challenges often also have answers . So, we use compassion and evidence to inform, encourage and empower persons influenced by a loved one's substance abuse as well as the workers who help them. For individuals we assemble skills, assets, confidence and pathways to help them themselves, their companions, customers, and communities.
We Are Inspired By What Works
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.
We're Committed To Fulfil Our Purpose
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.
Who Are Our Partners
Family members, friends and carers - Our purpose is to accompany the needy to freedom from substance use through encouragement and persuasion to draw strength from within to participate in productive activities.
Frontline workers - We wanted to ensure the support the experts are convey is compelling and suitable as we construct the confidence, limit and ability of experts.
Decision-makers - Our engaged and influenced national and local leaders and decision makers make policies which are made according to the issues of families.