Cairdeas Project Services

The services offered are as follows:

 

An Audience with ......Denis O'Driscoll (former chief pharmacist with the HSE). In conjunction with SUDS (Service Users Group) - Denis O'Driscoll with be hosting a session in Cairdeas Project, Units 1-2 Neilstown Shopping Centre, Clondalkin. 

Some of the Topics that will be discussed on the night are:

Methadone - Myths and Facts

Opiate substitution options

Clinic and G.P policies and procedures inc. urinalysis

Other medications and their use in conjunction with Methadone including Alcohol 

-followed by a Q & A session

This event is open to all service users in Clondalkin and surrounding areas with an interest in the topics above. 

Date: 11th June 2019

Time: 5.15pm

Venue: Units 1-2 Neilstown Shops (Cairdes Project)

For further information please call Yvonne or Ann on 01-4573515

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Advocacy Service

The staff provide an advocacy service for people who use substances or have a history of substance use on a case by case basis and on issues presenting.

SUDS

SUDS (Service Users Developing Solidarity) is an advocacy group for people who use drugs or have a history of drug use. The aim of suds is to create a voice for participants by training them to represent themselves on structures.

Stepladder Training Course

The Stepladder Training Course is a pre-development training course that is facilitated by Cairdeas. The Cairdeas Project facilitates two training courses per year, one in North Clondalkin and one in South-West Clondalkin. The courses run three mornings per week, Tuesday -  Thursday for 12 weeks at a time.

Various modules are covered such as Personal Development, Stress Management & Self Care, Communication Skills and Literacy. These modules can vary from time to time depending on the needs of those presenting for training and funding.