News items

  • Lord Mayor of Dublin hosted an evening of appreciation for Ana Liffey’s work

    February 15, 2024

    On Monday 12th December 2024, Lord Mayor of Dublin Daithí de Róiste held an evening of appreciation for the work of Ana Liffey Drug Project.

    The event was truly wonderful and we were all thankful for the opportunity to gather in such a historical and distinguished venue. Members of staff, volunteers and Board members were all in attendance on the evening; and it was heartening to see so many team members getting together.

    You can watch part of the Lord Mayor’s video message to Ana Liffey here:

    Dublin historian, Gerry Farrell, gave a great presentation on the history of the Mansion House – which everyone thoroughly enjoyed.

    The Mansion House is an elegant backdrop for such an occasion, and the staff of the Mansion House were all very warm and welcoming – Liam deserves a particularly mention here for his support that evening.



  • Ana Liffey Drug Project: A Year in Review (2023)

    December 29, 2023

    As we bid farewell to 2023, Ana Liffey Drug Project reflects on a year marked by significant developments and impactful initiatives. Join us as we journey through some milestones that have shaped our commitment to reducing harm and supporting individuals facing addiction and social exclusion.


  • Ana Liffey Drug Project are hiring Project Workers for their Addiction Outreach team in Limerick City and County.

    November 13, 2023

    Ana Liffey is a low threshold, harm reduction service working to meet the needs of people with complex and multiple needs in Midwest and Dublin.


  • Who We Need To Be… The Strategic Plan of Ana Liffey Drug Project 2024 to 2029

    November 8, 2023

    Ana Liffey Drug Project publishes their first strategic plan post COVID-19 pandemic…

    Alongside their partner agencies, Ana Liffey had stepped-up to the challenge of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic; and as the dust settled on that time of national upheaval, it was clear that Ana Liffey had been changed by the experience.  It was in this context that Ana Liffey consulted with their stakeholders to help the organisation find a path for the future.


  • Ana Liffey is hiring Project Workers in Dublin 7

    November 2, 2023

    Come join our team!

    Ana Liffey is expanding its Law Engagement & Assisted Recovery (LEAR) programme to Smithfield and Broadstone area in Dublin 7.

    Funded by the Department of Justice Community Safety Innovation Fund 2023, the LEAR programme will provide low threshold case management in partnership with An Garda Siochána to those affected by substance use, criminality and other complex issues in Smithfield /Broadstone areas.