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COA Week is an annual campaign helping to raise awareness of children affected by parental alcohol problems. This year the charity NACOA (the National Association for Children of Alcoholics) are celebrating their 10th anniversary running COA Week in the UK.
Please join us in our 10th year celebrating COA Week in the UK. Together we can increase awareness of this hidden problem and the support available.
At BDP, our Family Team run a free and confidential youth group for children and young people who are living with a family member who uses alcohol or drugs. This COA Week, we are pleased to announce that the Everseas Fund, managed by the Quartet Community Foundation, have donated £10,000 to help support the ongoing work and development of our youth services.
Fantastic news of further donation from the Everseas Fund managed by Quartet for BDP’s support for children and young people affected by Mum, Dad or other family member’s alcohol or drug use.
– Maggie Telfer, BDP CEO
To find out more about how we can support young people, please contact our Family Team on 0117 987 6008.
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