- Clinics & Community Bases
- Crannog Day Hospital
- Substance Abuse Service
- Child & Adolescent Service (St Joseph’s)
- Psychiatry of Old Age
Substance Abuse Service
Alcohol Treatment Services
Persons can avail of either outpatient or residential treatment. Research strongly suggests that there is little difference in effectiveness between both (Institute of Medicine 1989, Miller et al 1995). Which is chosen is often a matter of personal choice.
The HSE provides public alcohol treatment services in the region. Services are catchment area based, which means the service you can access, depends on where you live. More detailed information is below.
Public Outpatient Treatment Services
Please note that public treatment services are catchment area based (Community Care Areas). Access to services depends on where a person lives.
|Substance Abuse Service
St. Vincents Hospital
Serving Community Care Area 7
|Alcohol Treatment Unit
Baggot St. Community Hospital
18 Upper Baggot St
|Serving Community Care Areas 1,2 and 3
Tel: 01 6607838
|Community Alcohol Services
Glen Abbey Centre
|Serving Community Care Areas 4,5 and 9
Tel: 01 4516589 / 4516754
Lr. Grangegorman Road
| Serving Community Care Areas 6,7 and 8
Tel: 01 6773965 / 6779447
NB: alcohol detoxification services are not routinely available in treatment services
Public Residential Treatment Service
Barrymore House, 217 North Circular Rd. Dublin 7 provides the residential alcohol treatment service for the HSE. The programme is available to any person residing within the former Eastern Regional Health Authority. It is of 5 weeks duration and designed for clients who have decided that total long-term abstinence from alcohol is their goal.
- Person must be prepared to reside in Barrymore House for the duration of the programme
- Can be referred by their local catchment area alcohol service
- Assessed for residential programme via Stanhope centre
- Alcohol free for minimum of 1 week prior to admission
- Free from mood altering substances for minimum 1 week prior to admission- this includes tranquillizers and sleeping tablets, excessive use of over the counter painkillers, cough bottles etc.
e70.00 per week to cover cost of food and accommodation.
For additional details contact Stanhope centre.
A full Directory of Alcohol, Drugs and Related Services in the Republic of Ireland is available to order from the Health Promotion Unit. (Last edition: 2005)