A17 - REHABILITATION, EDUCATION & TRAINING PROGRAMME

Provider: Addiction Response Crumlin

Address: 101 Cashel Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12

Web: http://www.addictionresponsecrumlin.ie

Contact: Education Team

Title:

Email: info@addictionresponsecrumlin.ie

Telephone: 01 411 3222

Category A : Basic level courses
Objectives

Teach Tearmann, runs morning and afternoon programmes in Rehabilitation, Education and Training.

Content

The service provides group support, structured activities, relapse prevention, etc.

Target Group

People in recovery from Dublin 12.

Entry Requirement

The programmes are available to individuals from the Dublin 12 area only.

Participants must be at least 3 months stable on methadone i.e. giving clean samples that is, a sample without any cocaine, heroin, benzos, hash traces, etc. Participants must present with a letter from their medical team confirming 3 months clean samples.

Selection Procedure

Individuals wishing to access this programme will be asked to furnish a letter from the medical service stating that they are suitable for this programme and have been stable on their medication for 3 months.

Individuals can be referred by the team of ARC to the programme.

Contact Teach Tearmann to make an appointment for an assessment:
Teach Tearmann - 160a Sunshine Industrial Estate, Crumlin, Dublin 12; 01-4113222
roselynch@addictionresponsecrumlin .ie or joekearney@addictionresponsecrumlin.ie

The team also run ‘Phoenix programme’ a stabilisation progression route into the main programme.
See the website for details http://www.addictionresponsecrumlin.ie/education.html

Qualification
Not applicable
Assessment
n.a.
Accreditation
n.a.
Background

See website for more information.

Dates / Availability
Programmes run from Monday to Friday. There are two programmes: 9.15am-1.15pm and 1.30pm-5.30pm daily.
Location
Teach Tearmann, Dublin 12
Region
Dublin
Application
Contact Teach Tearmann to make an appointment for an assessment:
Cost
All service users are entitled to a FAS allowance as the programme is a special Community Enterprise Scheme. Although there is an induction period during which service users do not receive any payment, they can still claim the social welfare payments.