FFDLR believes that prohibition laws are more the problem than the solution. Our main focus is to raise awareness in the community that problematic drug use should be treated as a health and social issue not a criminal justice one. We seek laws and policies that cause the least possible harm. We encourage debate on alternate policies such as decriminalisation and regulation. Our activities include advocacy for change in laws and policies, advocacy on behalf of families, policy development, meetings, newsletters, and public forums. We hold an annual remembrance ceremony ‘for those who lose their life to illicit drugs’ during October. Meetings are held from 7:30pm – 9pm, four times a year at St Ninian’s church Lyneham.
Last Updated on October 2017