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Monday, May 6, 2013

Happy families? Equipping practitioners to tackle alcohol misuse issues in families

25th April 2013, Mary Sumner House, Westminster, London
Alcohol Concern in association with Adfam

Parental substance misuse has a damaging effect on children and families. The problem is knowing what to do about it.

Many experienced professionals still feel powerless when faced with working with a family affected by substance misuse. This conference looks at how parental substance misuse affects families, what the lessons learned from supporting practitioners on the frontline are, and how professionals can be equipped to work effectively with children, parents and families.

Key speakers will outline the current policy context and the case for improving practitioners’ skills and confidence in this area. Alcohol Concern and Adfam will share lessons learned from working with practitioners on the frontline, along with the problems faced when working with these clients.  > > > >  Read More