NERAFNorth East Regional Alcohol Forum (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, UK)
NERAFNorth East Rural Affairs Forum (UK)
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The sum is the second investment from the newly launched Fund, managed by Northstar Ventures, and will help Achieve with NERAF to deliver a Government contract.
Former alcoholic Kevan Martin, who formed NERAF after battling booze addiction for 20 years, said today: "This lady's death and her child's is so sad to hear.
Mr Martin says he formed NERAF in 2004 after the health system failed to help him through his own journey of addiction.
The NERAF aims to promote the interests of rural communities and help government bodies improve their services.
Mr Martin, 44, of Whitley Bay, who helped set up NERAF after suffering alcohol problems himself, said the issue was mainly one of funding.
Chief executive of NERAF, Kevan Martin, set up the charity after health services failed to help him through his own addiction.
NERAF wants to recruit members of all ages from all sectors of society and is particularly looking for members with experience or interest in rural business, as well as issues such as tourism, housing and health and education services.
The project, believed to be the first of its kind in the country, is being run by the North East Regional Alcohol Forum (NERAF) in Sunderland.
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