ASFA

ASFA

Members of ASFA are people who use or have used drug and alcohol support services in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. They meet twice a month to talk about what’s happening in the drug and alcohol world.

ASFA was created to help the ‘Area Planning Board’.

The ‘Area Planning Board’ is made up of lots of different agencies who can make decisions and change how drug and alcohol services work.

The group helps to look at what’s missing with services in Cardiff and the Vale. ASFA is an easy way for people who use services to give ideas on how to make services better. The group also talks about the good things that are happening in services.

Can I come to ASFA?

Anyone who has a link to drug or alcohol services in Cardiff and the Vale can come to ASFA. Whether you’re using services now, used to use services or are the friends or family of someone who uses services, you are more than welcome to come along.

ASFA meets on the 1st Thursday and the 3rd Friday of every month at 1:00pm. We will either be at The Wallich Centre on Cathedral Road (opposite Coffee #1) or at The Inroads Wellbeing Centre, 98 Neville Street.

There is no need to book, you can just turn up.

To find out where we are, take a look at our venue timetable.

 

If you’d like some more information, please feel free to contact us on 02921 832 111 or ben.davies5@wales.nhs.uk

Be sure to check out our meetings page where you can find all of our agenda’s and minutes.

The history behind ASFA can be found here.

Alternatively, fill out a contact form which can be found here.

The history behind ASFA can be found here.

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