December 12, 2019
Figures released today by the Health Research Board show that there were 786 drug related deaths in Ireland in 2017 – over two people a day. The National Drug Related Deaths Index (NDRDI), which is compiled on an annual basis from a variety of sources nationwide is the most reliable source of data on drug related deaths in the state.
As with previous years, deaths are categorised as poisoning deaths – those from overdose, of which there were 376 in 2017; and non-poisoning deaths – those from trauma or medical events as a result of drug use, of which there were 410.
December 11, 2019
This morning Ana Liffey Drug Project launch their 2018 Annual Report. The event took place in the offices of Dublin Town at their offices on Middle Abbey Street.
November 20, 2019
Ana Liffey Drug Project is an addiction service which supports people who use drugs and alcohol in the Mid-West Region. Ana Liffey is a harm reduction service, meaning we focus on helping people to be safer in their lifestyles and to achieve their goal. We are now recruiting volunteers to join our busy, skilled team for at least one half day per week. Our volunteers gain experience in a variety of roles including outreach, needle and syringe programme and drop in work.
November 13, 2019
ANA LIFFEY DRUG PROJECT ARE RECRUITING FULL TIME AND PART TIME PROJECT WORKERS TO PROVIDE CASE MANAGEMENT IN THEIR DUBLIN SERVICES
August 6, 2019