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# Ana Liffey Drug Project

Last year
Crack cocaine 'hit Limerick city like snow', drug users say
All time
Covid housing supports allowed drug users to 'better engage with treatment services'
'They smashed every one of her windows': Parents of drug users at high risk of drug threats in Dublin's inner city
Opinion: The government's new drug policy will do nothing to end the stigmatisation of drug users
Marcus Keane
'I was being punished for something I had no control over': Rachael Keogh 13 years after her addiction made national news
Majority of Irish people believe drug users should be dealt with by health services, not courts
Drug users in Dublin consuming entire trays of prescription tablets
What can Irish cities learn from the response to drug use in New Orleans?
Tony Duffin
'Life is so much more chaotic': A day on addiction outreach in Limerick city
'They're asking about MDMA, LSD and cocaine': Keeping people drug-safe at Electric Picnic
Drug outreach services to be provided at Electric Picnic campsites
Fianna Fáil tweet about HSE being on crack 'not representative of party policy'
Ex-Assistant Commissioner on drug debate: 'Our young people are criminalised, deprived of life chances'
Crack-cocaine use surging in Dublin city centre
'A lot of questions about ketamine' - keeping people drug-safe at Electric Picnic's welfare tent
HSE drug expert: We need to consider testing and amnesty bins for clubs and festivals
'It takes me away from this world for the day': Life as a homeless drug-user on the streets of Dublin
'A great day for drug policy in Ireland': Supervised injecting centres get go-ahead
Warning to drug users over opioid 10,000 times more potent than morphine
Fears 'risky new drug trend' could develop amid crackdown on prescription drugs
Crack-cocaine and synthetic cannabinoids: Concern over new drug trends in Dublin
It's planned the first supervised injecting facility will open in 2017. So how did we get here?
Tony Duffin
'People die in toilets, people die in urine-soaked stairwells'
New HIV cases in injecting drug users had a big rise in 2015
Poll: Should there be a minister solely focused on tackling drugs?
The needles on the cobbles are nothing new - but the human excrement is shocking
Drug-using students urged to be more careful when taking pills
"The stereotype of overdose is a person with a needle in their arm"
Just yards from the lattés and those craft beer bars ... dozens upon dozens of needles
'Hugely worrying' upsurge in violence among Dublin rough-sleepers
Is crystal meth on the rise? One Councillor says it's like Breaking Bad out there
Many of us will celebrate (or cope) this Christmas by using drink or drugs to excess
Tony Duffin