FDAC - Family Drug and Alcohol Court

FDAC - Family Drug and Alcohol Court

The Family Drug and Alcohol Court [FDAC] is an alternative family court for care proceedings. It is specially designed to work with parents who struggle with drug and alcohol misuse. However, parents coming into FDAC will often have other difficulties as well, including mental health problems and experiences of domestic abuse. You can find contact details for your local FDAC here https://fdac.org.uk/current-fdacs/
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