News items

  • Ana Liffey are hiring Project Workers for our ‘Law Engagement & Assisted Recovery’ project in Limerick City.

    January 30, 2023

    Ana Liffey is a low threshold, harm reduction service working to meet the needs of people with complex and multiple needs. Our Law Engagement & Assisted Recovery (LEAR) project provides accessible, flexible and person centred case management services to people who have entrenched and complex addiction, legal, health and other needs. The team members work in direct partnership with An Garda Siochána to identify people who need LEAR services and to co-manage their cases.


  • Time For Change: A Research Study on Begging in Dublin City Centre (2016)

    January 13, 2023

    In May 2016 Ana Liffey Drug Project undertook a research study to focus on four key questions:

    1. Is begging on the increase in Dublin City Centre?
    2. Who is involved in begging?
    3. What is the impact of begging?
    4. What could be done to reduce begging?

    The report is now available to download.


  • Ana Liffey – Annual Report 2021

    January 5, 2023

    Ana Liffey Drug Project Annual Report 2021 (Published 2022).

    Click here to download the report


  • Ana Liffey wishes you a very Happy New Year!

    December 31, 2022

    To everyone who uses our services; who works alongside us; and/or supports us in anyway shape or form – have a very happy and healthy 2023.

    Happy New Year to one and all!


  • Minister Paschal Donohoe commends Ana Liffey Drug Project on their 40th year.

    December 12, 2022

    Ana Liffey Drug Project celebrated its 40th year by holding a conference on Thursday 8th December in Dublin’s Radisson Blu Royal Hotel.

    Speaking at the conference Minister Paschal Donohoe commended Ana Liffey Drug Project,

    “I am acutely aware of the difficulties problematic drug use causes individuals, families and communities. Throughout its history, Ana Liffey has been creative and innovative in how it helps and supports all those impacted. I am delighted to be here today to mark the 40th Anniversary of Ana Liffey – a home grown response to Ireland’s drug problem and an organisation that has made a real positive difference to the lives of so many people in the North Inner City and elsewhere.”