What’s On

All the latest Scottish Families training courses and events are listed on this page. Booking information is included in each listing. If you wish further information get in touch with us at info@sfad.org.uk.

Upcoming Events

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#MyFamilyMyRights - Highlands Roadshow (Wick)

Join us for our first Highland Roadshow in our My Family, My Rights programme in Wick on the 8th of November! Join us for a cuppa, crafts & a conversation about #MyFamilyMyRights and the Scottish Government’s Alcohol & Drug Strategy!  We welcome families and people from Highlands communities to talk to us about their human rights […]

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#MyFamilyMyRights - Highlands Roadshow (Inverness)

Join us for our first Highland Roadshow in our My Family, My Rights programme in Inverness on the 7th of November! Join us for a cuppa, crafts & a conversation about #MyFamilyMyRights and the Scottish Government’s Alcohol & Drug Strategy!  We welcome families and people from Highlands communities to talk to us about their human rights […]

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#MyFamilyMyRights - Highlands Roadshow (Fort William)

Join us for our first Highland Roadshow in our My Family, My Rights programme in Fort William on the 6th of November! Join us for a cuppa, crafts & a conversation about #MyFamilyMyRights and the Scottish Government’s Alcohol & Drug Strategy!  We welcome families and people from Highlands communities to talk to us about their […]

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#MyFamilyMyRights - AGM

Join us for the second event in our My Family, My Rights programme in Glasgow on the 23rd November 2019! Through photographs and drama, our AGM event hosted by comedian Garry Little will give insight into the experience many young people face when they are affected by a loved one’s alcohol or drug use. The […]

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Recent Events

Dundee Hope Festival

Come along to the free Dundee Hope Festival on Saturday 19th October! There will be live music and performances, face painting, dance performances, naloxone training, #BehindTheNumbers film screenings, art activities and much more! Everyone is welcome to come along and join in the fun! Please register to let us know you are coming along, but […]

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#BehindTheNumbers Campaign Launch

  Tuesday 2nd July 2019 11.30am – 12.30pm (tea/coffee from 11 am) Edward House, 199 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3EX In July 2019 the latest drug-related death statistics will be published, with a significant increase projected from the 934 deaths reported last year. Whole families continue to be devastated, left heartbroken, frustrated and angry that […]

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CRAFT Training - June 2019

Scottish Families and CRAFT Trainer George Charlton are hosting another two days of CRAFT training in Glasgow on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th June 2019. CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training) is a worldwide-known evidence-based, non-judgemental programme for family members and carers affected by someone else’s alcohol or drug use. CRAFT helps family members to: Communicate […]

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Bear holding balloons for Teddy Bear's Picnic Event

Teddy Bear's Picnic

Lauren, one of our lovely volunteers, is hosting her first ever event, The Teddy Bear’s Picnic! The family-friendly event is entry by donation and there will be face-painting, storytelling, tombola, raffle, and sandwiches and cakes! Date: Saturday 18th May Time: 10:30am-1:00 pm Where: St Ninian’s Church Hall, 1 Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE

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Open-Mic Night in Ardrossan poster with Scottish Families and Flourish Support Group. A microphone on a blue background.

Open Mic Night in Ardrossan

The next leg of our Connecting Families events! A free event for all ages from Scottish Families and Flourish Support Group. A chance to enjoy good entertainment, relax, enjoy, and celebrate community. You don’t have to be a professional musician, it’s just about having a go! Kids and first-time performers welcome. Last minute sign-ups on […]

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Graphic for Family Recovery College Open-Day with Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs

Family Recovery College Open-Day

The Family Recovery College is a free informal short course for people concerned about someone else’s alcohol or drug use. We will support you to build knowledge, skills, and confidence to support yourself and your loved one. Students on the course will: increase their positive connection with others improve self-care and emotional wellbeing improve confidence […]

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