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When someone elses drinking becomes your problem- sources of help and support

1. http://www.drugs.ie/services/ - some services do offer support to families 2. HSE Helpline : 1800 459 459 request links to support for families 3. Mapping of Treatment Services in the Border corridor
http://www.alcoholforum.org/images/Mapping%20Document.pdf

4. Strengthening Families Programme is delivered in some areas of the country It is a nationally and internationally recognized parenting and family strengthening program for families experiencing many stressful problems.It is an evidence-based family skills training program found to significantly reduce problem behaviors,alcohol and drug abuse in children and to improve social competencies and school performance.The programme enables parents to strengthen bonds with their children and to learn more effective parenting skills. http://www.lecheile.ie/contact-us/contact-details/ http://www.ballymunlocaldrugstaskforce.ie/sfp http://www.parentingsupport.ie/parenting-programmes/strengthening-familiesprogramme/ http://www.ecsligo.ie/files/Strengthening-Families.pdf 5. The Rise Foundation: To support families impacted by a loved ones addictive behaviour through awareness, education and therapy, and to combat the associated shame and stigma. http://www.therisefoundation.ie/ 5. National Family Support Network: Tel 01-8365168, info@fsn.ie,www.fsn.ie Family Support can be offered on a one-to-one basis or in a group setting. The model of family support that the Network advocates is peer family support. This is where a number of people with a common problem in our case living with drug use, come together to share their experiences. 6. Al Anon: http://www.al-anon-ireland.org/meetings.htm Al-Anon offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers in an anonymous environment, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. The parents, children, wives, husbands, friends and colleagues of problem drinkers could all be helped by Al-Anon and Alateen whether or not the drinker in their lives recognises that a problem exists. 7. What is Alateen? http://www.al-anon-ireland.org/meetings.htm Alateen is part of the Al-Anon fellowship and is for young people, aged 12 - 17 inclusive, who are affected by a problem drinker. Alateen members share their ideas and experience in order to gain a better understanding of alcoholism; they learn to accept it as an illness and so lessen its impact on their lives. By removing their preoccupation with the drinker's behaviour they are able to focus on their own development and sense of identity.

8. Counselling services: fee paying Addiction Counsellors Ireland: http://www.addictioncounsellors.ie


84 Upper Drumcondra Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9 Tel: (01) 7979187 Mail: info@iaaac.net Available to see family members 9. Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy: http://www.irish-counselling.ie/

21 Dublin Rd, Bray, Co. Wicklow (01) 272 3427


10. The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy Email: info@iahip.org 40 Northumberland Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Telephone: +353 (0)1 284 1665