Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs
Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs supports anyone who is concerned about someone else’s alcohol or drug use.
A family here means family members, carers, friends, neighbours, work colleagues, or any other concerned significant other.
They provide a range of services across Scotland from their base in Glasgow. Services include:
- A free confidential Helpline – 08080 10 10 11 / firstname.lastname@example.org which provides listening support and advice to anyone concerned about someone else’s alcohol or drug use. The Helpline is available Monday – Friday between 9am and 11pm and Saturday and Sunday between 5pm and 11pm.
- A Telehealth service which is a series of free one-to-one sessions over the phone, video chat or instant messaging over 6-8 weeks and is available across Scotland.
- A Bereavement Support Service which offers listening support and advice to family members who have lost a loved one where drugs may have been a reason for their death along with the opportunity to a professional counsellor in their local area. The service is free and offers up to six individual counselling sessions.
- And Family Support Services in East Dunbartonshire and Forth Valley through one-to-one support and family support groups.
- Scottish Families also delivers workforce training and development support to organisations across Scotland. Any enquiries should go to email@example.com.
Edward House 199 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow G2 3EX
Phone: 0141 465 7523
Helpline: 0808 010 1011
Although we try only to give useful sources of support and information, this is not a recommendation or endorsement by Parenting across Scotland. We take no responsibility for the content of other websites and the services other organisations provide.