New Support Service – All In The Family

The Beacons in South Lanarkshire welcomes a new service, All In The Family!

A partnership between Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs and My Support Day. The service will empower family members (age 16+) across South Lanarkshire to access one-to-one support, group support, learning and development including Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT), and events for the whole family. Individuals using the service can tailor their support to suit their needs.

To refer to the service, access our secure referral form via our website:

As All In The Family is in partnership with Scottish Families, individuals can make use of the Scottish Families helpline which is accessible Monday – Friday from 9am-11pm, and a call-back service at the weekend.

Phone: 08080 10 10 11

Due to Covid-19, All In The Family is currently working with a blended model of limited appointment-based face-to-face support, as well as continuing to use telephone and online support. The service is funded by the Corra Foundation Challenge Fund and takes a whole-family approach to support anyone affected by someone else’s alcohol/drug use. We use the term family inclusively.

When we say family, we mean who you see as your family. It could be your spouse, parent, sibling, partner, friends, your friend’s family, colleagues, neighbours, and anyone we may have missed.

For the most up-to-date information, follow All In The Family on social media. Twitter @FamilySouthLan Facebook @FamilySouthLan

Contact details:

Laurie Lee Whitton, Scottish Families:
Mel McPherson, My Support Day:
Lisa Kerr, My Support Day: 

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