The South East Regional Family Support Network (SERFSN) is a self-help organisation that respects the lived experiences of families affected by drugs in a welcoming non-judgemental way.
The Network primarily supports the development of family support groups throughout the south east region of Waterford, Wexford, Carlow, Kilkenny and South-Tipperary.
Through this work the Family Support Network raises awareness of the difficulties faced by families in coping with drug use while recognising the important role that families play in supporting the recovery of the drug using family member.
Family support is where family members of those using drugs can come together to talk about how they have been affected.
A Family Support Group is a safe, confidential and non-judgemental place for the family members of drug users to come together to discuss common issues in relation to dealing with drug use within their family.
Most families dealing with drug use are looking for answers. The answers they look for initially relate to their child - where can she/he go for treatment? In most cases, family members don't realise that they need help for themselves.
The group can support members through difficult times sometimes just by listening, other times by sharing how they dealt with similar situations.
Office: 051 312010
Mobile: 086 6045805
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Posted on 26 October 2016 | 7:59 am
Dear friends & colleagues, The SER Family Support Network are delighted to announce we have confirmed a range of speakers to present at the forthcoming Conference Promoting Recovery In Ireland. We would very much welcome you/staff attendance and participation. Download Booking Form Breda Fell SER Family Support Network 051 312010/086 6045805
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Posted on 19 September 2016 | 4:07 pm
These are the points the South East Regional Family Support Network want included in the next National Drug Strategy. Implementation of a Recovery model that recognises that as well as abstinence from problematic substance use, it should be taken to include meaningful participation in society, employment, housing status and relations with family and friends. Design […]
Posted on 19 September 2016 | 4:05 pm
A conference exploring how addiction services can be more recovery focused About the CONFERENCE AboutScheduleLocationBOOK NOW Promoting Recovery: exploring how addiction services can be more recovery focused 11 November 2016 at Brandon House Hotel, New Ross, County Wexford Key Speakers Prof Agnes Higgins Dr Sharon Lambert Gerry McAleendan Alistair Sinclair Workshops Derek O’Donnell:Lessons from starting […]