An overview of Drugs Task Force areas by Department of Health
Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force was set up in 1997 to respond to drugs issues in the Ballymun community.
The Task Force has in place prevention and education programmes, treatment services for active users and rehabilitation service.
The overall aim of the Clondalkin Drugs Task Force is to significantly reduce the harm caused to individuals and society by the misuse of drugs. This web-site will give you a variety of information on drugs, local drug services, funding opportunities and up and coming events.
In May 1996, the Cork Local Drugs Task Force was formed and its brief was to develop a strategic, locally based response to the drug problem in Cork.
The Task Force works to aid the development of community based initiatives and to link in with and add value to the programmes and services already being delivered or planned by statutory agencies in the Dublin North East region.
Dublin 12 Local Drugs Task Force (D12LDTF) website provides an information resource for the local area around drug awareness, drug education, drug prevention, family support, local drugs research, family & community support.
DLR LDTF works to ensure that the National Drugs Strategy becomes reality in Dún Laoghaire Rathdown. We advocate for communities and for service users on important issues pertaining to drug misuse.
The function of the taskforce is to research, develop and implement a coordinated, regionally-appropriate response to substance misuse.
The primary strategic aim of this task force is to build and maintain a working Task Force structure facilitating all stakeholders to participate in the development of responses to local drug-related issues.
The Task Force is responsible for ensuring the development of a co-ordinated response to tackling drugs problems in counties Clare, Limerick, North Tipperary and Limerick City.
The aim of the MRDTF is to deliver a more co-ordinated response in tackling the problem of drug misuse in Counties Laois, Offaly, Longford and Westmeath.
Drug and alcohol problems affect communities in many ways so the RDATF develops plans to address problematic drug/alcohol use under THREE key areas which are: (1) Treatment & Rehabilitation, (2) Education & Prevention & (3) Supply Reduction.
Should you require any information on the North Eastern Regional Drugs Task Force (NE-RDTF) or any of our funded projects located in Louth, Meath, Cavan & Monaghan, please contact us on 046-9248630.
The North Inner City Drugs Task Force was established in 1997 to develop community responses to the drugs problem in the local area. The NICDTF comprises 20 representatives from the community, voluntary and statutory sectors, who meet monthly to discuss matters relevant to drug use in the community.
Established in 2003, the North West Regional Drugs Task Force has a remit for the North West region including all of Counties Donegal, Sligo and Leitrim, and the North Western portion of County Cavan.
The Task Force is involved in the provision of a wide range of services which are categorised on this site according to the pillars of the National Drugs Strategy; Prevention and Education, Treatment and Rehabilitation and Supply Reduction.
The function of the taskforce is to research, develop and implement a coordinated, regionally-appropriate response to substance misuse. The taskforce was setup specifically to work with the communities of South and West Dublin, West Wicklow and Kildare.
Our role is to develop and implement The National Drug Strategy 2009-2016 in County Cork & Kerry. We fund and support 22 services who provide a variety of interventions to those experiencing difficulties with drug and alcohol use.
The role of the TDTF is to prepare and oversee the implementation of the Government's national drugs strategy at a local level by encouraging co-ordination and co-operation between services and by consulting with local communities to design and deliver services.
The WRDTF covers counties Galway, Mayo and Roscommon. The overall aim is to significantly reduce the harm caused to individuals and society by the misuse of drugs through a concerted focus on supply reduction, prevention, treatment and research.