Nar-Anon Family Groups are self-help support groups for families and friends of compulsive drug users.  Members meet anonymously to gain an understanding of the user’s behaviour and how to cope with it. Sharing in the experiences of others can provide guidance in coping with day to day crises. You will be among friends who understand and who offer their support. We share our courage, strength and hope to aid our recovery from our distress. This can lead to a degree of serenity and peace of mind. Nar-Anon is a 12-Step fellowship.

*The  word “family” refers to the role the Nar-Anon group often comes to play in it’s members’ lives; it does not refer to the member’s relationship with the addict.  You will be welcome in Nar-Anon whatever your relationship with the addict. The only qualification needed for membership is that drug addiction in another is causing you pain.

For more information, visit their website or contact Jan Griffiths on 04252 88654