Over 37 Years of Experience in Addiction Treatment

Our work in addiction treatment is based on solid, scientific research and exacting patient follow-ups and our experience equals success.

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95% completion rate for our residential program

We provide you or your loved one with the best chance of achieving recovery from addiction in Ireland and make a lifestyle change that lasts.

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How to help someone

Help Myself

Recognising that you are in a cycle of addiction is very distressing and it probably feels like you have nowhere to turn and no one to turn to. You can turn to us.

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Help a Loved One

Addiction has a huge impact on the lives of family members and friends. We understand that it can a difficult issue to address with someone who is trapped by an addiction but seeking professional help is the first step.

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Help a Colleague

Because addiction is so pervasive, we know that you will spot the symptoms of addiction in the people you work with, study with, or play sport with. Learn about how to help those in need.

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Recovery Success

Since Jan 2014 we have treated over 300 people through the residential and outpatient programmes: 56% alcohol addiction | 27% drug addiction | 7% gambling addiction | 7% food related addictions | 3% sex or pornography related addiction

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Our Commitment

We believe every person is capable of change and we believe everyone who is trapped by the cycle of addiction wants help. We believe that no-one can change anyone else so we will treat you with dignity and respect. We see you as a whole person, not an addict and we will support you in your courageous struggle with addiction

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Latest News and Events

17 June 2016

Protect your Recovery during the Euro’s!

You’d have to be living under a very large rock to escape the #Euros2016 this summer.

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25 May 2016

Media Coverage – Gambling

Ireland's largest addiction rehabilitation centre is calling for the government to provide State funding for treating gambling addiction ‘before it’s too late’.

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