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Report

Adfam, Against Violence and Abuse. (2012) Between a rock and a hard place. How parents deal with children who use substances and perpetrate abuse. Project report. London: Adfam and Against Violence and Abuse.

International research

Adfam. (2020) Families in lockdown. The effects of the COVID-19 lockdown on the family and friends of someone with an alcohol, drugs or gambling problem. London: Adfam. 30 p.

Adfam. (2020) State of the sector 2019. Drug and alcohol family support. London: Adfam. 30 p.

Adfam. (2018) Changing lives: using peer support to promote access to services for family members affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol use. London: Adfam. 24 p.

Adfam. (2017) When parents take drugs. London: Adfam. 23 p.

Adfam. (2017) “No one judges you here". Voices of older people affected by a loved one’s substance use. London: Adfam. 16 p.

Adfam. (2017) Top tips: what helps us family members share their experience. London: Adfam. 1 p.

Adfam. (2016) Housing and recovery. United Kingdom: Recovery Partnership. 17 p.

ADFAM. [Adfam] (2015) Medications in drug treatment: tackling the risks to children - one year on. London: Adfam. 64 p.

Adfam. (2013) Identifying and supporting children affected by parental substance use. Resource for schools. London: Adfam. 11 p.

Adfam. (2012) Challenging stigma: tackling the prejudice experienced by the families of drug and alcohol users. London: Adfam. 18 p.

Adfam. (2012) Supporting families affected by drug and alcohol use: Adfam evidence pack. London: Adfam. 7 p.

Adfam. (2011) A partnership approach: supporting families with multiple needs. London: Adfam. 9 p.

Adfam. (2011) Working with grandparents raising their grandchildren due to parental substance use. London: Adfam. 36 p.

Adfam. (2010) Including diverse families: good practice guidelines. London: Adfam. 39 p.

Galvani, Sarah [Adfam] . (2010) Supporting families affected by substance use and domestic violence. London: Adfam, University of Bedfordshire and Stella Project. 75 p.

Adfam, Drugscope. (2009) Recovery and drug dependency: a new deal for families. London: Adfam. 8 p.

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