News — 2019

Latest news and updates from Scottish Families

Scottish Families always have news to share. Every day we deliver our services, attend events, work on campaigns, and speak with family members. Here is all the latest news from our team and our work. Find out more news on our Facebook page.

Family Responses – One Year on from the Introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing

Family Responses one year on from the introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing Today, 1st May 2019, marks one year on from the introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) in Scotland. Since then, governments in Ireland and Wales have agreed to introduce similar measures to improve health outcomes or reduce alcohol-related harms with discussions around the […]

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Scottish Families has submitted written evidence to the UK Parliament Scottish Affairs Committee’s Inquiry into the Use and Misuse of Drugs in Scotland

We welcome the Scottish Affairs Committee’s current Inquiry into the Use and Misuse of Drugs in Scotland, and the opportunity to participate in the process. We have submitted written evidence, and will also be giving evidence along with family members to the Scottish Affairs Committee at Westminster on 21 May 2019. The new national strategy […]

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Tips for Walking the Kiltwalk from #TeamSFAD

Walking the Kiltwalk with us this year? Excellent! On behalf of everyone at Scottish Families, thank you for joining #TeamSFAD on the walk! Below are some tips on getting started with your sponsorship and some tips and tricks for the day. How do I get started with sponsorship? We usually get asked this question because […]

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New Year CRAFT Training – February 2019

The lovely George Charlton is making his way back up to Glasgow 19th and 20th February 2019 to deliver his informative and lively CRAFT training. The two-day course is £300 per person at Edward House, 199 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3EX (our office). We regularly use CRAFT in our support groups and Telehealth service. CRAFT […]

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