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Open Invitation to Understand Addiction

Family Prgoramme Talk Jan 2018
Posted on 12/01/18

Prior to the start of our next Family Programme on Tuesday 23 January 2018 (reduced to a 6 week process) , we are holding an Open Evening to enable exploration of what we offer.  

This Talk could be of benefit to clients and professionals alike.  

The Family Programme Manager will be joined by speakers who have already benefited from the Family Programme and our ongoing Family Support Group. Please note that we hold the ‘family’ in a broad context inclusive of close friends, partners and employers – all those more closely effected by addiction.


Are you suffering from the effects of a family member/close friend's drinking or drug use ?

Is someone else's drinking causing you to feel isolated with nowhere to turn ?

Are you scared because of the drug taking by someone close to you ?

You are welcome to attend an informative and supportive talk around the sensitive issue of addiction within relationships.

 

The session will start at 6pm till 7pm on Tuesday 23rd January 2018 and is held at our Family Office. Please get in touch to book a place.


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