News items

  • Drug-related deaths in Limerick:

    August 31, 2022

    Wednesday 31st August, is International Overdose Awareness Day. Sadly, for those who have serious on-going addiction issues, the risk of overdose is ever-present.
    According to the latest official figures*, there were 786 drug-related deaths in Ireland over a twelve-month period.
    It’s against this backdrop that Ana Liffey Drug Project, is highlighting the importance of improved availability of Naloxone, a medication used to block and reverse the effects of heroin and other opioids.


  • Ana Liffey Drug Project is recruiting in Dublin

    August 23, 2022

    Ana Liffey Drug Project is now recruiting for Relief Workers in our Dublin service.

    Ana Liffey Drug Project has been providing low threshold, harm reduction services in Ireland since 1982. We have dedicated, skilled and enthusiastic teams who work hard to uphold our ethos and provide quality services to some of Ireland’s most vulnerable people.

    We seek to recruit ethos driven, compassionate and professional employees for relief positions. In turn we offer a wide range of supports and benefits as well as opportunities for learning and development.


  • Harm Reduction Monitoring across Europe in 2021

    August 18, 2022

    Ana Liffey Drug Project is the Irish Focal Point for ‘Correlation – European Harm Reduction Network’ (C-EHRN).  We are happy to share the recently published Executive Summary of C-EHRN’s ‘Civil Society Monitoring of Harm Reduction in Europe 2021’ report.

    Download the Executive Summary here


  • Ana Liffey Drug Project are hiring in Dublin

    July 27, 2022

    Ana Liffey Drug Project is recruiting a Team Leader and Senior Project Workers to join its Dublin services team.


  • The ‘Law Engagement & Assisted Recovery’ project – a new name and an expanded service in Dublin!

    June 3, 2022

    Formerly known as the ‘Assertive Case Management’ project – the service has been renamed as the Law Engagement & Assisted RecoveryTM (LEAR) project. This name change comes at a time when AnaLiffey has been supported to expand it’s work in Dublin’s North East Inner City.