Family Drug Support Australia
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Stages of Change preview - Stepping Forward Session

Presented by Chrissie Kelly from Family Drug Support.

In this video Chrissie Kelly, Queensland State Manager, Family Drug Support explains the work of Family Drug support and discusses the stages of change for families model. This model can be helpful for families to understand where they are at on their journey and start to learn how to cope depending on what stage they may be at.Learn More

Stepping Forward - NSW

 
  

STEPPING FORWARD INFORMATION SESSIONS

Session 1 - Families Stages of Change

Session 2 - Effective Communication

Session 3 - Alcohol and Other Drugs Information

Session 4 - Drug and Alcohol Treatment Options

Session 5 - Setting Workable Boundaries

Session 6 - Dealing with Conflict

Session 7 – Families and Ice

Each session runs for approximately 2 hours and is open to the public.

Bookings are essential.

For bookings or to make enquiries, please phone the facilitator listed.

Important Information

 FDS Update regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 As FDS is a National organisation, we operate across a number of jurisdictions.

 We work with the information being provided to our workers in each state regarding

 re-opening of groups and courses.  Therefore, not all States will re-open at the same time.

 As our groups/courses/events re-open, our website will be the most up-to-date source of accurate information.

If you require support please call our Support Line:

 24/7 Telephone Line: 1300 368 186

Or book an online 1 to 1 with a FDS worker through Sage.fm

https://sage.fm/fds

We have protocols in place to ensure yours and our staff safety. Each venue determines the size of our groups and workshops. During this difficult time, if you are seeking any clarification please call the facilitator.

 We apologise for any inconvenience but assure you that as soon as we are able to, it is our priority to resume all our groups and courses on a regular, ongoing basis.

 We appreciate your patience and wish everyone the very best during this period of uncertainty.

 

Tony Trimingham, OAM, CEO

NSW - Online event                            Wednesday, 20 October 2021                                             (6.00 PM - 8.00 PM)                                                                      

Modules: 

Session 5 - Setting Workable Boundaries

Online Event: This event will take place via zoom.

Bookings & Enquiries: Please contact Amy on 0457 260 079 by 19 October to make your booking or click on the link to book directly through Eventbrite.

https://online-nsw-stepping-forward-boundaries-october.eventbrite.com.au

Cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

New dates will be advised, please continue to check our website regularly.

 
Hosted by: Port Macquarie Hastings Local Drug Action Team
 
NSW - Port Macquarie                            Sunday, 31 October 2021                                             (9.30 AM - 4.00 PM)                                                                      

Modules: 

Session 4 - Drug and Alcohol Treatment Options

Session 5 - Setting Workable Boundaries

Session 6 - Dealing with Conflict

Venue: Port Macquarie Racecourse, Clydesdale Room, 283 Oxley Highway, Port Macquarie

Bookings & Enquiries: Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to express your interest

Cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

New dates will be advised, please continue to check our website regularly.

NSW - Sutherland Shire                        Saturday 13 November 2021                                                 (9.30AM - 4.00PM                                                                     

Modules:

Session 1 - Families Stages of Change

Session 2 - Effective Communication

Session 5 - Setting Workable Boundaries

Venue: Sutherland Uniting Church, Corner of Flora & Merton Streets, Sutherland

Bookings & Enquiries: Please contact Amy on 0457 260 079 to express your interest