11 Jan


COVID-19 Coronavirus (COVID-19) COVID-19 is a new illness and we are still learning about the impact it will have on people who use drugs. We know that the pandemic will greatly impact on the most vulnerable in society such as marginalised groups and people who have pre-existing health concerns. We want to help people who use drugs reduce the harms as much as possible during this time. Stay safe, You can find further information using the links below. Remember you can call the...

05 Oct

JADD’s Fundraiser 2020 in Slade Valley Golf Club

There was great excitement in Slade Valley  last Friday as we held or our annual JADD Charity Golf Classic. The weather, while gusty remained dry  and we had a record number of teams taking part.  Despite the COVID restrictions forcing a change to our format, we  believe  that we held an enjoyable and most importantly safe event for all competitors. The results were as follows: 1st      P. McGee, E. O’Donovan, S. O’Reilly and D. Murray                 102 Points 2nd     T. Nolan, M. Lonergan, P....

15 Mar

‘What it means is that we won’t arrest people for carrying heroin’: Confusion remains over injection centre policing

Source: The (5th March 2018) Ireland’s first ever drug injection centre is to open in the coming weeks but confusion still reigns over how it is to be policed. The new facility in Dublin city centre will provide access to clean, sterile injecting equipment for drug users, in a bid to help reduce drug-related illnesses and deaths and give the users access to medical and social Trained staff will be on hand to provide emergency care in the event of an overdose....

14 Dec

Hope and Remembrance Day

On Thursday 14th December, JADD Celebrated their Hope and Remembrance Day. This very special day remembers the people who were involved in JADD, who have passed away over the years. As in previous years, this is an occasion of remembrance and hope and a time for reflection for JADD, their staff, service users and their families. JADD were delighted to welcome the St. Thomas’s Choir from Jobstown who kindly provided a wonderful ceremony of Christmas Carols which was truly inspiring. ...

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