We are looking to recruit an ACMT Support Volunteer (Dublin)

May 4, 2016

We are looking to recruit an ACMT Support Volunteer (Dublin)

The Ana Liffey Drug Project is a “Low Threshold – Harm Reduction” service. Our mission is to work with people affected by problem substance use and the organisations that assist them. We do this to reduce harm to individuals and society, and to provide opportunities for development of those individuals and organisations.

Ana Liffey are running a project to provide support to people with complex needs who are present on the street in the Inner City Centre area. We’re leading a team that includes membership from the HSE, from the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive and from the Gardai, to try to provide a high support service for people who want it. This project is called the Assertive Case Management Team (ACMT). Our outreach engages with people who do not already know about us or who may not wish to access centre-based services. In many ways outreach is an extension of our open access work – we can provide friendly, non-judgmental advice and support on the streets, in cafes, community centres, service users’ homes, or wherever else suits the service user.

Contract: Volunteer (4 months)
Hours: (Flexible) Monday-Friday 9:30-5:30pm (please see the role decription for more details)
Base: Dublin (city centre)

A full description of the volunteer role is available via the link below. This document includes the essential criteria being sought for applicants.

ACMT Support Volunteer Role Description (Dublin)

To apply for the above post, please go to the following link

Please reference ON-CALL ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUNTEER under the specific role you are interested in. There is also the opportunity to list other areas that  may be of interest to you, if you are open to it.

To find out more about volunteering at Ana Liffey please go HERE

And for more information on the role please contact:

Cadence Konopaki, Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 01-8786899 at ext 208
Email: cadence.konopaki@aldp.ie

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