What We Do

The CLDATF funds twenty-one drug and alcohol projects across Cork City. The projects we fund have developed over the years to meet emerging needs and the increasing prevalence of various substances within communities.

Services including information and awareness raising, assessment, care planning, case management, brief interventions, holistic therapies, advocacy, onward referral, community-based counselling & pre and post treatment support are available from CLDATF funded projects.

VISION:
To work towards a community where, support, treatment and education is accessible to all those affected by substance misuse

MISSION:
To provide a mechanism which enables local communities, statutory & voluntary agencies work together in addressing substance misuse

AIM:
To continue to tackle the harm caused to individuals and society by substance misuse through a concerted focus on the five pillars of supply reduction, prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and research

OBJECTIVES:

  • To provide treatment and aftercare for those affected by substance misuse.
  • To support and develop measures aimed at reducing the harm to those actively using drugs & alcohol.
  • To consult with and support the families and communities in relation to drug and alcohol problems and to provide relevant up-to-date information about the effects of substance misuse.
  • To raise awareness at local and national level of the issues related to drug and
    alcohol misuse, and to influence policy based on local experience.

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