Bray Travellers CDG Daish

DAISH is a Traveller specific addiction service that was set up in response to the issue of substance abuse within the Travelling Community DAISH aims to address substance misuse among Travellers in a culturally appropriate way DAISH is funded by the HSE via Bray Local Drug and Alcohol Task Force
This revolutionary Bray project ha s turned the issue of addiction in the Traveller community into an important public health issue The project fought hard to bring these issues to public attention, facing opposition from within and without the Traveller community Now considered as an example of best practice in Ireland, DAISH is the ideal model for community based interventions on addiction Recently, DAISH has made huge strides to reach out to Traveller women with addiction issues and again lead the country in this field.
The Service includes:
One to One support
Advocacy & Referral
Key working & Case Management
Family Support
Health Promotion & Harm reduction services
Drugs Education & prevention programmes
Referral to Detoxification & Rehabilitation services
Referral to needle exchange services
Contact; Jim O’Brien or Christy Moorehouse 01 2762075

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bray local drug & alcohol task force

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