News


Statement re Sláinte!

Task force response to concern about their engagement with representatives of the alcohol industry.

Sláinte! An event to celebrate positive action on alcohol

A free public event on Nov 24th 3-7pm, in the heart of the Liberties. €10 vouchers for healthy produce – facts and fun; new drama and a heart & soul DJ set with Funky Seomra!

Community Response Annual Fun Run 25th May, Phoenix Park

The Fun Run is an annual event that supports and promotes the work of Community Response, a primary alcohol and liver health service.

Drugs Education Day 22nd April

Hidden Harm – Children affected by parental substance abuse. An education day with Community Awareness of Drugs at All Hallows College

Wellness Workshop 19th April

Understanding And Taking Charge Of Your Mental Health – SOS in partnership with SWICN; The Wisdom Centre, 25 Cork Street

Tiglin Spring Newsletter

The Wicklow-based service reports a big increase in demand during 2015.

CKU 2014 Annual Review

CKU celebrated its 5th Anniversary in 2014. From a small counselling and consultation emergency project for Polish people and their families emerged a charity organisation providing high standard, professional addiction treatment services to migrants from Easter European countries.

Ruhama Autumn Newsletter

Ruhama’s Autumn Newsletter discusses the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Bill 2015 and shares some good news stories from the women accessing the service for those affected by prostitution.

Dual Diagnosis Conference – Nov 27, St. Andrew’s Centre

‘Dual Diagnosis’ is the term used when a person suffers from a substance abuse problem and another mental health issue such as depression or an anxiety disorder. This conference brings together mental health and voluntary addiction services to explore coordinated supports for shared clients.

HSE Drugs & Alcohol, HIV & Sexual Health Helplines; 1800 459 459 – helpline@hse.ie

If you have a question or concern related to yourself, someone you are close to or a person that you meet in your work, you can contact the Helpline for free, confidential, support, information, guidance and referral.