We are hoping to have a chat with your organisation, group or partnership about our initial ideas any time over the next six weeks (from now until Friday 6th October).
Over the last five years, Scotland has been experiencing a much-envied growth in communities and groups supporting recovery from addiction. Scotland’s recovery communities represent an enormous asset in the drive to build a more equitable, healthier and happier country.
Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs is pleased to announce that Justina Murray has been appointed as the new CEO of the organisation after starting as the Interim CEO in June 2017. We’re delighted to welcome Justina to our small but strong team!
Public health and charity leaders urge Scotch Whisky Association not to appeal minimum pricing decision
Read the Alcohol Focus Scotland News Release here.
22 Scots die each week because of alcohol that can be purchased for as little as 18p per litre - Scottish Families supports the demand from SHAAP for action to protect harmful drinkers and their families.
Read about the fantastic new book produced by Families Outside.
Come along to our AGM on 26th November 2016.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's proclamation of support for International Recovery Month and the Scottish Recovery Walk on 17th September 2016.