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National Social Inclusion Office
Appointment and service updates – HSE IT system cyber attack
Reducing Harm, Supporting Recovery: “A health-led response to drug and alcohol use in Ireland” – 2017 – 2025
National Drugs Strategy (interim)
National Drugs Strategy (2001-2008).
National Drugs Rehabilitation Framework (2010)
National Protocols and Common Assessment Guidelines.
Better Outcomes Brighter Futures: The National Policy Framework for Children and Young People 2014-2020.
Steering Group Report on a National Substance Misuse Strategy.
The Emergence of New Psychoactive Substance (NPS) Benzodiazepines. A Survey of their Prevalence in Opioid Substitution Patients using LC-MS
Report of the Working Group on Drugs Rehabilitation 2007
Evaluation Report of the National Drugs Rehabilitation Framework Pilot.
Research Keane, McAleenan and Barry (2014) - research relating to Recovery Academy
Research Keane (2011) - - research relating to Recovery Academy
Needle Exchange Review
Evaluation of the HSE Naloxone Demonstration Project
Homelessness, health and drug use in Dublin 2016
Barriers to progressing through a methadone maintenance treatment programme: perspectives of the clients in the Mid-West of Ireland's drug and alcohol services (Moran, Keane, Elmusharaf 2018)
Recent changes in Europe’s cocaine market: results from an EMCDDA trendspotter study (December, 2018)
National Online Directory of Drug and Alcohol Services
Oversight Forum on Drugs
NDRIC is now promoting national participation in the rollout of the Framework with local and regional drugs and alcohol task forces and relevant services. An Online Resource Library of templates and policies can be accessed on www.drugs.ie These tools were developed by some of the sites that engaged in the national pilot to put in place the National Drugs Rehabilitation Framework.
Recovery Academy website
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
Opening Our Eyes to Hidden Harm - leaflet
For information about the National Social Inclusion Office call: 01-620 1703, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.