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  • Lord Mayor of Dublin to Chair High Level Group On Street Issues

    September 3, 2021

    Today, Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Alison Gilliland, announced that they will Chair the Dublin City High Level Street Issues Group. This group comprises senior leaders from Dublin City Council including the Director of the City Recovery Taskforce, An Garda Siochana, Dublin Regional Homeless Executive, Health Services Executive and the Ana Liffey Drug Project.

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  • Lord Mayor of Dublin Launches ‘The VanaLiffey’ – Ana Liffey Drug Project’s mobile harm reduction unit

    August 31, 2021

    On 31St August 2021, marking International Overdose Awareness Day, Ana Liffey Drug Project are pleased to announce the operation of a new mobile harm reduction unit – ‘The VanaLiffey’ is a significant service development which works to deliver harm reduction services to people in a flexible and accessible manner, to reduce the risk of overdose and other drug related harms in Dublin and to proactively link people to treatment and support services.  The vehicle was generously donated to Ana Liffey Drug Project by Lifeline Ambulance Service.

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  • Naloxone Insights – sharing stories of saving people who have overdosed.

    August 30, 2021

    To mark International Overdose Awareness Day 31st August 2021 we have gathered together insights of administering Naloxone from staff and service users of Ana Liffey Drug Project.

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  • Ana Liffey Drug Project to unveil City Centre mural celebrating lifesaving drug “Naloxone”

    August 30, 2021

    To mark International Overdose Awareness Day 2021, Ana Liffey Drug Project will unveil a prominent mural in Limerick City Centre which draws attention to the drug Naloxone – a prescription medication which can reverse a heroin overdose. Ana Liffey’s Team Leader Rachel O’Donoghue said:

    “Our team work hard to get Naloxone into the hands of people who can save lives if they come across an overdose. In the Midwest, people who use drugs and their family members are often the first responders to an overdose. Many are trained to respond to overdose and save lives. We want to celebrate them. We also want to say thank you to Paul and the team at Canteen for partnering with us to display this wonderful mural on their building.”

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  • November 2000: An overview of the development of peer support training in Ana Liffey Drug Project

    August 18, 2021

    “…ONE STEP AHEAD OF WHERE I WAS” – An overview of the development of peer support training in Ana Liffey Drug Project; is available here, online, for the first time.

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