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HSE Supports & Resources

If you would like to visit the HSE website here for a full list of services in the area.   You can also call their confidential  Drug & Alcohol freephone helpline on 1800 459 459 from Monday to Friday between 9:30 am and 5:30 pm or Email them at any time on helpline@hse.ie  

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Alcohol and Drugs: A Parent’s Guide

It is never an easy conversation to have, but if you are worried or concerned that your teenager is experimenting with or using drugs recreationally or harmfully then it’s worth taking the time out to have a cuppa and a chat. As parents and carers, taking the time  to get the conversation started with your teenagers  about […]

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Crinan Covid 19 Update

As per  the recent government announcement we have now entered level 5, however we want to reassure everyone that as drug services are deemed essential we are doing our very best to remain open. Our service have all the recommended protocols in place and while it is different the supports remain in place. If you […]

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Crinan Celebrates Recovery

September sees the celebration of International Recovery Month. Crinan Youth Project is supporting the  Recovery Academy of Ireland  to Shine a light on Recovery Make Recovery visible Challenge stigma Highlight and the fact that Recovery is possible Celebrate Recovery Click on the link below to find out more about the RAI and International Recovery month […]

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Nitrous Oxide

If you, a family member or someone you know is being impacted by Nitrous Oxide there is support available. You can log onto the link  http://drugs.ie/ For further information or support contact us here at 01-8558792 or email info@crinanyp.org

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Covid Information Poster COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called Coronavirus. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is spread in sneeze or cough droplets. Current evidence suggests that the virus can spread as easily as the flu virus that circulates every winter. Viruses can be easily spread to other people and you are […]

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