A family member needs help
Are you worried that someone close to you may have issues with drugs or alcohol, is in a dangerous situation with someone in their life, or may be heading down the wrong path? It can be very difficult for us to admit that a family member is following this path, but experience has taught us that if we don’t talk about it, the problem only gets worse.
What help does KIKIT give families?
We are used to working with people from all walks of life, and our culturally sensitive advice, tailored programmes and support are available to everyone. We know first hand that addiction can cloud your decisions and lead you into trouble, and can affect anyone.
We’re all human. And most importantly, help is at hand.
Maybe you think that you’re unable to discuss such a sensitive topic with another family member. Maybe you’ve heard other people say hurtful things about someone close to you. Drugs and alcohol are a taboo subject in some religions and cultures, and it is easy to feel completely alone with no one to talk to, which is why we are here to help you.
What is the best way for people to ask for help?
We have worked with countless families who have found themselves in your position, providing them with advice and support. With our help, they have been able to help their loved ones in the best way possible so that they can come off the drugs and alcohol or be protected from various harms.
KIKIT’s services for women
KIKIT also provides a unique, culturally sensitive service for women. Learn more about how vulnerable women are supported.
You can either call us, email us, or drop in and see us. We look forward to hearing from you.
0121 448 3883
153 Stratford Road
- Mon: 9am – 5pm
- Tues: 9am – 5pm
- Wed: 9am – 5pm
- Thu: 9am – 5pm
- Fri: 9am – 5pm
Our drop-in centre, at the heart of the community in Sparkbrook, is the focal point for all our activity. Staffed by volunteers and health care professionals, we offer a warm welcome to anyone who is looking for help, advice or support. Just call between 9am and 5pm weekdays. No appointment is necessary.