North Inner City
Drugs and Alcohol Task Force
The North Inner City Drugs and Alcohol Task Force seeks to work in an integrated and cross-cutting way to benefit the communities, individuals and families affected by the complex problems of drug use and related behaviour.
Local drug and alcohol services are continuing to provide supports during the current lockdown. There may be some changes to services, but they are still available. You can find local services, or contact NICDATF for further information
Information and advice and support to reduce harm from drinking, including in relation to COVID-19.
Read more about how NICDATF was established, what we do, our aims and objectives.
See our Local Services page to find out more information about the types of local services you can avail of in Dublin’s north inner city.
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Frequently asked questions
North Inner City Drugs and Alcohol Task Force is open from 9am until 5 pm Monday to Friday. Our office is closed to the public at the moment, but we are available. Please call 085 7723317 or email email@example.com
Yes all the same drugs and alcohol projects are still working, and are keeping in contact with clients and taking on referrals. You will find more details about how to make contact here.
Deora Counselling is a specialised counselling and crisis intervention service working with bereavement, addiction and suicide. Their contact number is 01 8364524.
The Snug Counselling provides addiction support, information and counselling and can be contacted on 087 2735358 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Drugs Strategy: Reducing Harm, Supporting Recovery sets out the Government’s strategy to address the harm caused by substance misuse in our society up to 2025. It identifies a set of key actions to be delivered between 2017 and 2020, and provides an opportunity for the development of further actions from 2021 to 2025 to address needs that may emerge later on in the lifetime of the strategy.
You can find the document here: https://health.gov.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Reducing-Harm-Supporting-Recovery-2017-2025.pdf