Pay tribute to a loved one

A Tribute Fund allows you to remember your loved one all while helping others struggling with drug or alcohol use, or their mental health. Every donation in memory of your loved one will help more people get the support they need to turn their lives around.

With your support we can continue to tackle the stigma and perceptions around these misunderstood issues and provide hands on services for people struggling with alcohol and drug misuse, ensuring a healthier, happier future for everyone.

We work with people on their own goals, whether that’s staying safe and healthy, making small changes or stopping an unwanted habit altogether. We give people support in a way that’s right for them either face to face in their local service, community or online.

We provide a free and confidential service without judgement to more than 100,000 people a year. We use our expertise to improve the help available and raise awareness around drugs, alcohol and mental health so that more people can get support.

We Are With You.

We can help

Right now in the UK millions of people are affected by substance misuse and mental health problems. It is possible that you or someone you know may have been touched by addiction and mental health issues as well. If you think you or someone you know needs help and advice, please visit our website to find the closest service to you.

About We are with you (formerly known as Addaction)

How your Fund makes a difference

A we are with you Tribute Fund serves as a way to remember a loved one, share messages of support and bring people together through fundraising events. The funds raised will help people to turn their lives around. We want to help people like Sue, 22, who had an abusive childhood and had been left to cope with it alone.

It wasn't until my first two children were taken into care and put up for adoption that I’ve realised how addiction was stripping me of my dignity, passion, loved ones and direction.

I’ve sought help. It hasn’t been easy as I knew I might have been judged but instead I’ve found understanding and support. With my worker's support, I'm grasping my second chance with my third and fourth babies. They are everything to me. My whole world. Love is free of charge and I can't imagine my life without them

We hope that you, your family and friends will find the Tribute a place of comfort and inspiration that continues to keep your loved one’s memory alive while extending your helping hands of support to many people in need.

Other ways to support us

Whatever your challenge event, you can help change the lives of people who want to be free of addiction. Get involved today here.

Addiction doesn't discriminate

Addiction can affect anyone. Someone you know, someone you love. In the UK, right now, people and families are being destroyed by alcohol and drug misuse.

People can lose their jobs, their loved ones, be in an abusive relationship or have an underlying mental health problem. And for some people – people without adequate support- these are the first steps on the road to a destructive addiction.

Recovery brings freedom

But over 90,000 people every year have the chance to change and to live a life free from addiction thanks to the tireless work of our workers. We provide specialist support that gives people the opportunity to lift themselves out of the hardship, fear and shame and to find freedom through recovery.

We work to remove the stigma and the shame associated with it. It’s time to change the way we see, think and speak about addiction. With people’s support we can end the stigma and give everyone the chance to have a thriving life.

Recovery stories

Recovery is a transformative journey for people facing addiction and their loved one. It brings positive change for people in so many different ways. Read what recovery means for the people we help here.