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With the right support we can and do recover. Dual Diagnosis Network can help you and carers to find the right resources to recover.

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Carer/Family-Specific Resources

With the right support we can and do recover. Dual Diagnosis Network can help you and carers to find the right resources to recover.

Adfam

Adfam

Drug & alcohol use can threaten and ultimately destroy family relationships and wellbeing. We empower family members and carers, support frontline workers and influence decision-makers.

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Al-Anon UK

Al-Anon UK

Al-Anon Family Groups UK & Eire is there for anyone whose life is or has been affected by someone else’s drinking. Al-Anon is for anyone who are worried about someone’s drinking.

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Al-Anon USA

Al-Anon USA

Al-Anon Family Groups is there for anyone whose life is or has been affected by someone else’s drinking. Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem.

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Secular Carer/Family/Friend-Specific Support Groups

With the right support we can and do recover. Dual Diagnosis Network can help you and carers to find the right resources to recover.

SMART Recovery UK

SMART Recovery UK

Find out more about SMART Recovery in the UK and how it helps people to recovery from any addiction issue including alcohol dependence, substance addiction, and gambling. 

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SMART Recovery USA

SMART Recovery USA

Find out more about SMART Recovery and how it helps people to recovery from any addiction issue including alcohol dependence, substance addiction, and gambling. 

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SMART Recovery Family & Friends

SMART Recovery Family & Friends

SMART Recovery Friends & Family aims to help family members and friends learn how to better take care of themselves when they have someone close to them who are struggling with an addiction issue

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Get Some Answers

A bit about co-occurring addiction & mental health disorders and what support is available to people with multiple diagnoses and complex needs…

What is Dual Diagnosis?

In this context, we use the term to refer to someone who has some form of addiction(s) and at least one concurrent mental health problem. To find out more about what this term means and how common it is, then please click on the button below to find out more about this:

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Things that can Help in Recovery

If you have concurrent mental health & addiction issues then recovery can seem a much more complicated and challenging endeavour. This section will introduce some of the things that we’ve found helpful in our recoveries with some useful tools and techniques for you to practice regularly.

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Accepting Your Loved One's Mental Illness: