COVID 19 Update

Due to the ongoing COVID 19 Crisis and in order to keep our clients, potential clients and staff safe, we have taken the difficult decision to temporarily suspended new admissions. While we are not in a position to admit any new clients presently, please be assured that we are reviewing the situation daily and taking all HSE advice on board. We remain committed to supporting, advising and providing information to anyone who might be concerned about their own, or a loved ones’ addiction issues. Our phone lines will remain open and we will try our best to respond to all calls received. In time we intend on offering assessments for our programs over the phone, and are committed to supporting those assessed as they wait for admission to a programme. If you are currently enrolled in one of our aftercare programmes, these programmes are now running on an online platform. Please contact us for your unique access code or to receive any further support you may need. Please stay safe, stay at home and wash your hands. Follow our Facebook and Twitter accounts for links to recovery resources. Click below for a list of resources which we have compiled for you during this time!

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40 Years of Experience in Addiction Treatment

Our work in addiction treatment and rehabilitation 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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We Are a Not-for-Profit Service Provider

We are registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority reference number 20031411 and CHY number is CHY11452. Open 365 days per year, we are here when you need us!

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Watch and Listen to Conor's Story of Recovery

Throughout the month of September, we will be sharing with you videos, blogs and interviews we have from people who have come to the Rutland Centre for treatment and who are in Recovery! As we celebrate 40 years of service, we recognise that the impact of addiction on people's lives has not changed. We hope to help reduce the stigmas associated with addiction by shifting the focus of the conversation towards Recovery!

Latest News and Events

22 May 2020

Managing isolation IN isolation by Thomas Cashell, Rutland Centre

To maintain recovery, it is important not to isolate while in isolation. Though, the addictive voice may look for excuses to return to old behaviours, recovery teaches that there is really no…

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18 May 2020

Loneliness in Recovery by Thomas Cashell, Rutland Centre

People who escape addiction and enter recover let go of not just a substance or a behaviour, but also a lifestyle and a social support network.

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How to help someone with addiction

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 addiction or pornography 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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