Mobile Health Clinic for People who are Homeless and Female Sex Workers in Dublin City.

April 19, 2010

The Safetynet, providers of Primary Health Care for people who are homeless, in conjunction with Dublin Simon Community, Chrysalis Community Drugs Project and the Order of Malta (Ireland) have developed a Mobile Health Clinic for homeless people and female sex workers in Dublin City.

The aim of this service is to bring primary health care, social and welfare services to these groups.

The service begins on 19th April 2010.

It will be operated by Chrysalis Community Drugs Project on Mondays and Dublin Simon Community on Thursdays.

Operation hours are between 7pm and 11pm.

The service will be provided from an Order of Malta (Ireland) ambulance at locations on the North and South Side of the city centre.

To access the service contact 087 093 0544 between 7pm and 10:45pm on Mondays and Thursdays.

For more information contact Janet Robinson, the Safetynet Coordinator, on 086 729 0900.

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