Family Drug Support Australia
Support Line: 1300 368 186
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2017 Remembrance Ceremonies

RemembranceHas anyone in your family died as a result alcohol or other drug use? For the past 20 years Family Drug Support has held ceremonies to remember those who have been lost.

These are simple ceremonies which involve music, reading of names and lighting candles. For details about remembrance ceremonies around the country, see here: http://www.fds.org.au/meetings-and-events/other-events

If you would like a candle lit and  a name read and added to our Memorial Wall, please contact our Head Office on 02 4782 9222. These events have brought comfort to many families over the years, as we focus on the people, not the drugs used.

Family Drug Support Now Online for Families

FDS Support Online3 April 2017
 

Tony Trimingham, the Founder and CEO of Family Drug Support (FDS), has described how proud he is with the development of the first Australian interactive online resource designed specifically to support families struggling to deal with drug and alcohol problems.

 
The New resource is available here:  fdsonline.org.au

This project was funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health through the National Ice Action Strategy. It has been produced by Readymade Productions in collaboration with FDS staff and volunteers.

The resource centres on the documentary film of a family support group, and will be of particular benefit to families in regional and rural communities who don’t have ready access to support group meetings. The new resource, together with FDS’ 24/7 telephone support line, will help ensure every family can access support when they need it.

Breaking the Ice in our community

Breaking the Ice in our community

Breaking the Ice in our community

Organised by the Australian Drug Foundation.
Event: Liverpool, Tuesday 26th July 2016

Local leaders and experts in drug prevention talking about some of the issues you might have heard about ‘ice’ in the media, and provided evidence based information about the drug and where to seek help, support and treatment in your local community.

Tony Trimingham, OAM, CEO – Family Drug Support speaking about family support.