Adult Mental Health Support
Are you affected by another person’s drug or alcohol use?
Reviewed by our drug and alcohol lead Matthew Molyneux
Families can find it hard to cope with the behaviour and effects of their loved ones drug or alcohol use. They often find it embarrassing and can be concerned about other people finding out.
Friends are often bewildered at the changes they see in a person and may not know where to get information for themselves.
Colleagues may be concerned about others in the work environment finding out what their associate is doing, and the impact in terms of their career.
Irrespective of your role in the life of someone whose drug or alcohol use is of concern to you, we offer a discreet and professional therapy service to support you through the difficult circumstances you find yourself in.
An intervention service can also be offered in conjunction with support for you.
Learn how to manage & understand. If you’re affected by someone else's addiction, help is available for you
Caring & non-judgemental support options
Support Available For Families Affected By Addiction
Monthly support group
Lead by Matthew our drug & alcohol lead
One to one sessions
A safe, non-judgemental and caring space
One to One sessions are here to focus on your well-being and management of the behaviours that you may be finding difficult in the person you are concerned for.