DATE FOR YOUR DIARY: Monday, 24th February 2010

The stigma of addiction affects many individuals and families but it doesn’t have to be this way. Drugs are a cancer and nobody needs to hold their head in shame when asking for help. It begins with sharing our stories, better public education and a broader sense of acceptance of addiction as a treatable disease similar to diabetes, heart disease, etc.

On the back of the National Drugs’ Strategy

‘Reducing Harm, Supporting Recovery; a health led response to drug and alcohol use in Ireland 2017-2025’

and to the mark the International Family Drug Support Day 24th February 2020 the FAMILY ADDICTION SUPPORT NETWORK has organised our second annual information/awareness event at their premises for Monday 24th February 2020.

Support the Family – Improve the Outcome

The Family Addiction Support Network will be holding their second Annual Information Awareness Event at their premises in Lois Dubh, Dundalk A91 T668  on Monday the 24th February 2020 to mark International Family Drug Support Day.

 

Agenda

9.30am- 10am Registration: Tea & Scones
10 am: Welcome – Chairperson Marian Sloan
10.10: Speaker – Bishop Michael Router,Auxiliary Bishop of Armagh
10.20: Speaker (to be confirmed)
10.30:  Vice Chair Mark Dearey: The Importance of Family Support

Interviewees:

FS Specialist Gwen McKenna

Facilitator Mary McEntegert

Family Member Naomi

Dundalk FM interviewer: Pat Byrne interviews panel with questions

 
11 am Drama by Uncut Diamonds – “Under Pressure” a Drug Related Intimidation Drama
11.30 am Q& A Panel Discussion
12.30 Lunch
 
Please confirm your attendance by contacting Ann 042 9355251 or email info.fasn@gmail.com as spaces are limited.
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