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It is important to realise that you are not responsible for your loved one's alcohol or drugs misuse. Read more »
Take the time to help yourself and you will be in a better postion to help your loved one. Read more »
Simple advice for dealing with things such as imprisonment of a loved one, violence and conflict. Read more »
Stigma has serious repercussions. There are things we can all do to overcome it. Read more »

 

Talking to your loved one can be a great support to them. Being well informed can make the conversation easier. Read more »
Treatment can help your relative come of alcohol or drugs. You can play a part in helping them through this challenging time. Read more »
Harm reduction services aim to reduce alcohol and drug-related deaths and the spread of blood borne viruses. Read more »
After treatment comes recovery. This can be a long process. Family and peer support can be vital. Read more »

 

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Featured News

National Forum on Drug-related Deaths response to National Records of Scotland 2014 drug death figures

Posted: 26-08-2015

Reports from almost all parts of Scotland have been suggesting what the NRS and previous National Drug Related Deaths Database findings have confirmed- that outcomes for drug users not engaged in treatment and care are becoming increasingly concerning.

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Drug-related deaths and the impact on families

Posted: 25-08-2015

The Drug-related death figures released today revealed 613 registered in Scotland in 2014. Amongst the statistics is the fact that 613 people lost their lives to drug use. And almost all of them will have family/ close significant others.

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Alcohol sales figures published

Posted: 26-08-2015

Figures reinforce need for minimum unit pricing.

Alcohol sales increased slightly during 2014, reinforcing the need for minimum unit pricing to tackle the sale of cheap, strong alcohol.

 

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