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Alcohol and drug abuse can have a terrible effect on families. They present threats that people can face at almost any age, and in many cases those threats are hidden; their effects suffered in silence. Very often, it’s the children in a family that bear the brunt of such problems, which can include dispute, isolation, poverty, neglect and even violence.
Fortunately, knowledge can offer a strong defence, and that’s one of the ways that we can help.
We offer help to anyone suffering from an addiction, or to family and friends of anyone who may be impacted by alcohol or drug abuse.
Most importantly, we can explain the professional help that’s available, and make that available to people in ways that are clear and culturally appropriate. We aim to make sure that no one suffers because of ignorance – because they don’t know what help is out there, or because they are too sceptical or reluctant to take advantage of it.
There are good, confidential sources of support available through the NHS, the local authority and one or two specialist charities in this area. They offer valuable, expert assistance and we work hard to encourage people to seek their help and advice.
For free, confidential advice, please contact us today.
More generally, we work to encourage people to take advantage of the public healthcare support services within our communities. Too often, people are hesitant about things like visiting an NHS doctor or getting a vaccination, and leaving these too late can cause health problems to worsen.
People from Asian backgrounds are more prone to suffering from serious conditions such as diabetes, stroke and heart disease, so this makes it especially important to get regular health checks. Early detection and treatment can minimise the health risks and help people to lead much healthier, normal lives.
If you have any health concerns and you’re not sure what to do, please talk to us today.
Hope & Help is a calm, non-judgemental place to come for help, advice and inspiration. Whatever you need, from marriage and faith advice, to help with challenging subjects like drugs and alcohol, family conflict or bereavement, we are here.
Being diagnosed with a terminal illness can be the biggest challenge in a person’s life. We offer free, personal support to share worries and concerns, to advise on practical issues, and to provide comfort when it’s needed. Most importantly, we ensure that no one need ever face this challenge alone.
We provide a caring, supportive and non-judgemental environment to help you overcome any challenges in your marriage. We also offer a Muslim spouse introduction service and pre-marriage courses for husbands and wives to be.
Alcohol and drug abuse can have a terrible effect on families. We offer advice about how to talk to children about staying safe, and a range of support services to help people who may be suffering in silence. This includes signposting to expert professional help.
The loss of a loved one can feel crushing, but being able to call upon support can really help. Starting from an Islamic perspective, we offer a free and confidential bereavement support service. Our trained volunteers can help with practical arrangements and offer family support and guidance as you deal with your grief.
If you are interested in Islam or simply curious about what being a Muslim means, we will happily answer all your queries. Our qualified scholars are there to help people, whatever their interest or whatever stage they have reached in their personal journeys.
Islamic Law sets out clear rules that determine how a Muslim estate is to be divided between the heirs of the deceased. Our team of scholars offers expert support in working out the Islamic shares of the estate, and can also assist with will-writing and bequests.
Family relationships can sometimes be problematic, but our counselling service helps people to stay connected. Ours is a bridge-building role and we help family members to talk, to share concerns and to address any problems together, as a strong and supportive unit.
People seeking refuge from war or persecution can find themselves in desperate need of support. Wherever we can, we provide that support, offering everything from food parcels to interpretation and translation services; from local area inductions to free children’s education.
A dedicated service for women to come together to look at the problems we
are facing in the community. Focusing on several age ranges from 13 to 16
year-olds, 16 to 25 and above 25 years of age