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Parent Support Link offer telephone support for the concerned friends & family of drug and alcohol users.

Support for those affected by someone else's drug and/or alcohol use

Parent Support Link aims to provide a 24-hour service to callers seeking either Information about illegal substances and their effects, or as a listening ear to people who find themselves affected by another persons drink or drug use.

You can click here to learn more on what we do...

Become a Volunteer

We are always willing to talk to potential new volunteers.

Please click here to visit our volunteer page and learn more on getting involved...

Useful Links & Helpful Sites

Parent Support Link have collected a number of links to supporting charities, support resources and information sites.

Please click here to visit our useful links page page...

Parent Support Link offer support if your son, daughter, partner or friend is using drugs

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Parent Support Link workers & volunteers have proudly become Dementia Friends https://www.dementiafriends.org.uk/

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This week's guest blog post is a beautiful poem, written by someone who is reflecting upon her friend's situation dealing with the substance use of her child. Here is an excerpt...

Read the whole poem here: https://adfam.org.uk/about-us/blog/23

The #weekend is here and we hope you have a great one, but please remember we are here if you feel things are getting on top of you, the #PSL team are here ready to support you @inclusion_hants @WatersideCops @SSJCharity @P3Hampshire @Communicare_SO @lovesoton @S0Linked

"Too many men find it hard to ask for help. And too many men feel they are expected to drink, and that this is the only manly way to โ€˜copeโ€™ with their emotions." Masculinity and drinking are closely linked, but they shouldn't be. Read Karl's blog: https://alcoholchange.org.uk/blog/2020/intoxicated-masculinity

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