Oasis

OASIS

OASIS is a youth programme aimed at raising awareness and prevention of drug use.

Blanchardstown Youth Service Main Street,
Blanchardstown,
Dublin 15

Phone

(01) 8212077

Email

aoife.genocchi@foroige.ie

Coolmine Lodge Men’s Residential Programme

Coolmine Lodge Men’s Residential Programme

The TC is primarily a self-help approach in which residents are responsible for their own recovery with peers and staff acting as facilitators of change. Hence there is deep commitment to ‘community as method’ where the primary therapy and the main agent for change is the community itself. The most common features of TCs include that they are operated by residents, are based on a hierarchical structure according to seniority (length of time in the programme) and abstinence is the ultimate goal.

Damastown Walk,
Damastown Industrial Estate,
Dublin 15

Phone

(01) 821 4545

Email

info@coolminetc.ie

Coolmine Ashleigh House Women’s Residential Programme

Coolmine Ashleigh House Women’s Residential Programme

The TC is primarily a self-help approach in which residents are responsible for their own recovery with peers and staff acting as facilitators of change. Hence there is deep commitment to ‘community as method’ where the primary therapy and the main agent for change is the community itself. The most common features of TCs include that they are operated by residents, are based on a hierarchical structure according to seniority (length of time in the programme) and abstinence is the ultimate goal.

Damastown Walk,
Damastown Industrial Estate,
Dublin 15

Phone

(01) 8251100

Email

info@coolminetc.ie

Narcotics Anonymous Ireland

Narcotics Anonymous Ireland

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. Narcotics Anonymous offer recovery from the effects of addiction through working a twelve step program, including regular attendance at group meetings.
Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community based association of recovering drug addicts with more than 63,000 meetings in 132 countries worldwide. There are currently 210 weekly meetings across Ireland.The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using.

14b Upper Kevin Street
Dublin 8

Phone

(01) 6728000

Email

info@na-ireland.org

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