Today, on International Women’s Day, BerkshireLive is celebrating the achievements of some of the women in the area and has published an article ‘The extraordinary Berkshire woman who turned drugs tragedy into a successful charity’. You can read it here.
Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, has helped DrugFAM to scale up activities to meet national demand for our services. Since receiving this grant in October 2020, we have helped 940 people across all our services, of whom 654 contacted us for the first time. Six new […]
We are delighted to announce that Wokingham Borough Council has agreed to extend its contract with DrugFAM to deliver its telephone Helpline, support group, one-to-one sessions and bereavement support to families in the district who are affected by drug use, substance abuse and addiction. “This is wonderful news because it means that DrugFAM can continue to […]
Elizabeth was recently asked to write an article for her book’s publishers. You can find the full article here.
In the last week DrugFAM has been awarded vital funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, as distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, to the sum of £100,000. This will enable DrugFAM to increase capacity to meet national demand over the course of the next 6 months. We at DrugFAM are delighted and relieved […]