Links & Resources

Here are some links and resources we believe might be of interest. Have you seen a website or online resource that you think should be included on our website? Please email us with the details.


 

Ana Liffey Project
Provides counselling, support and other services, based on a harm reduction approach, for drug users in the community and in prison, and for their families.

Contact: Manager
48 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1
Ph: 01 878 6899 Fax: 01 878 6828
Email: marcuskeane@aldp.ie
www.aldp.ie

Aiseiri Wexford
Aiséirí provides a residential treatment programme for drug, alcohol and other addictions.

Contact: Manager
Roxborough, Wexford, Co. Wexford
Ph: 053 914 1818 Fax: 053 914 6004
Email: wexford@aiseiri.ie
www.aiseiri.ie

Aiseiri Cahir
Aiséirí provides a residential treatment programme for drug, alcohol and other addictions.

Contact: Manager
Townspark, Cahir, Co Tipperary
Ph: 052 741 166 Fax: 052 744 2250
Email: infocahir@aiseiri.ie
www.aiseiri.ie

Cuan Mhuire Athy
Cuan Mhuire provides a residential treatment programme for drugs, alcohol and other addictions.

Contact: Manager
Cuan Mhuire Athy, Milltown, Athy, Co. Kildare
Ph: 059 863 1493 Fax: 059 863 8765
Email:cuanmhuireathy@eircom.net
www.cuanmhuire.ie

 

Cuan Mhuire Bruree
Cuan Mhuire provides a residential treatment programme for drugs, alcohol and other addictions.

Contact: Manager
Bruree, Co Limerick
Ph: 063 90555 Fax: 063 90955
Email:cuanmhuirebruree@eircom.net
www.cuanmhuire.ie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ana Liffey Project


Cuan Mhuire Athy
Cuan Mhuire provides a residential treatment programme for drugs, alcohol and other addictions.

Contact: Manager
Cuan Mhuire Athy, Milltown, Athy, Co. Kildare
Ph: 059 863 1493 Fax: 059 863 8765
Email:cuanmhuireathy@eircom.net

 

www.cuanmhuire.ie


 

Aiseiri Wexford
Aiséirí provides a residential treatment programme for drug, alcohol and other addictions.

Contact: Manager
Roxborough, Wexford, Co. Wexford
Ph: 053 914 1818 Fax: 053 914 6004
Email: wexford@aiseiri.ie
www.aiseiri.ie

www.aiseiri.ie


7 Stages Video: Families Seeking Support in Coping with Heroin Use

http://www.drugs.ie/multimedia/video/the_expe


Family Resource Centre National Forum

http://www.familyresource.ie/


Department of Health and Children

http://www.dohc.ie/


National Advisory Committee on Drugs

http://www.nacd.ie/


National Documentation Centre on Drug Use

http://www.drugsandalcohol.ie/


Money Advice and Budgeting Service

http://www.mabs.ie/


Ana Liffey Drug Project

http://www.aldp.ie/


Progression Routes (QuADS)

http://www.progressionroutes.ie/


Aislinn Treatment Centre/Croi Nua

http://www.aislinn.ie/


Al Anon

http://www.al-anon-ireland.org/


Alcohol Action Ireland

http://alcoholireland.ie/


Families

http://www.families.ie/


Anchor Counselling Services

http://www.anchorcounselling.com/


Addiction Search Engine

http://www.addictionsearch.net/


Turas Addiction Counselling

http://www.turascounselling.ie/


North East Regional Family Support Network

http://nerfsn.com/


European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (Irish Section)

http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/coun


The World Health Organisation

http://www.who.int/en/


Release - Drugs, The Law & Human Rights

http://www.release.org.uk/


Talk To Frank

http://www.talktofrank.com/


Irish Council for Civil Liberties

http://www.knowyourrights.ie/


Community Addiction Response Programme

http://www.carp.ie


The National Family Support Network (NFSN) is a national support agency for families living with drug use. The South East Family Support Network is affiliated to the NFSN.

http://www.fsn.ie


Drug and Alcohol Information and Support in Ireland

http://www.drugs.ie/


CityWide works to promote and support a community development approach to the drugs problem - this means involving the people who are most affected by the problem in dealing with the problem - drug users, their families and communities.

http://www.citywide.ie/



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Overdose Awareness Day 31st August 2017

Posted on 30 August 2017 | 10:06 am

The South East Family Support Network is marking International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31 and invites you to join us. Overdose Awareness Day has been a key remembrance event for those who have died from fatal drug overdoses since 2001. On August 31 thousands of people worldwide will stand alongside the friends and families […]

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Promoting Recovery In Ireland Conference – Reminder to Book

Posted on 26 October 2016 | 7:59 am

Dear friends & colleagues, The SER Family Support Network are delighted to announce we have confirmed a range of speakers to present at the forthcoming Conference Promoting Recovery In Ireland. We would very much welcome your attendance and participation. Download Booking Form Breda Fell SER Family Support Network 051 312010/086 6045805

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Nat. Drug Strategy Public Consultation

Posted on 19 September 2016 | 4:07 pm

These are the points the South East Regional Family Support Network want  included in the next National Drug Strategy. Implementation of a Recovery model that recognises that as well as abstinence from problematic substance use, it should be taken to include meaningful participation in society, employment, housing status and relations with family and friends. Design […]

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