Helping a drug addict in family

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Back to Healthy body. If you're the parent, partner, child or carer of someone who uses drugs, you may feel worried, frustrated and alone. Families often play an important role in helping someone come off drugs. Getting help for yourself will put you in a better position for supporting your loved one. Your GP can give you details of local support groups for people affected by someone else's drug use.

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There are also organisations that run helplines and local support groups for people living with a person who uses drugs. FRANK is a support service that provides information about drugs, plus advice for people who use drugs, and their parents or carers. Adfam has local support groups and helpful information online for families affected by drugs and alcohol. Find an Adfam support group near you. DrugFAM offers phone and support to people affected by other people's drug or alcohol misuse.

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: office drugfam. Families Anonymous is based on the same principles as Alcoholics Anonymous. It runs local support groups for the family and friends of people with a drug problem. : office famanon.

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Release offers free, confidential advice on drugs law for people who use drugs, and their families. : ask release. If you want to stop taking drugs, your GP can tell you about the treatment options and services available.

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It's important to recognise this and get the help and support you need. Support for the family and friends of people who use drugs It can be helpful to talk to other people who know what you're going through.

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Find a Frank support near you Call the Frank helpline: 66 00 Adfam Adfam has local support groups and helpful information online for families affected by drugs and alcohol. Release Release offers free, confidential advice on drugs law for people who use drugs, and their families. Where to get help for drug addiction If you want to stop taking drugs, your GP can tell you about the treatment options and services available. Find your nearest drug addiction support services about getting help with drug addiction.

Helping a drug addict in family

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