Crack Cocaine Programme
This programme incorporates evidenced based approaches and non-judgemental engagement to support women where they are at in their life.
Following a successful pilot programme that was funded by the task force to address the on-going issues that were identified in the community for women of our community who use or are at risk of using crack cocaine.
This programme includes:
- Facilitated peer support group
- Drug education and prevention/harm reduction
- Access to professional drug workers/key working/addiction counselling/family therapy
- Access to hairdressing, nails and make up sessions
- Holistic sessions
- Support with referral to any services that are identified that will help the individuals
- Primary health care
- Access to shower
- Outreach engagement and support
Due to Covid – 19 our group work was halted , and we engaged with our clients through phone support.
This programme has changed – following Covid-19 we adapted it to suit clients needs. At present, the group has filtered into one-to-one support to return to the group as soon as needed.
Tuesday 11am – 3pm
Wednesday 10:30am – 6:30pm
Thursday 11:30am – 8pm
Friday 10am- 5pm
Tel: 089 4208 665
Number of interventions delivered by CARP in 2021
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