The Alcohol & Drug Foundation has just released a new tool to support family and friends of people who use alcohol and drugs called Path2Help.

  Navigating a way through the maze of support services for family and friends of people who use alcohol and other drugs has finally got easier, thanks to Path2Help – launched today by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation. 
  Research found that most people (71%) find it difficult to access alcohol and other drug information and support because they don’t know where to look or what questions to ask. 
Path2Help asks up to 11 questions and provides local support services based on your answers. You don’t need to know what you’re looking for, Path2Help’s intuitive search function does it all.
  Sifting through more than 7,000 specialist services, the online portal can help you have conversations about alcohol and other drugs, manage conflict, find support and treatment, and more. 
  Path2Help is free and confidential. See.

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