Happy International Women's Day!
house is the only residential centre in Ireland, currently, where pregnant
women and mothers and their children can live in safety and support while the
female clients receive treatment.
is significant social stigma experienced by people with problem substance use.
This intensifies for women, who usually have the added social pressure of being
care-takers and the primary parent for children. Shame, fear of judgment and
the additional fear of losing their children can frequently prevent women from
one of the most crucial parts of sustained recovery is ...
Nadia Essalhi is one of 23 people graduating from our programme tomorrow, Tuesday February 26th. Nadia arrived at Ashleigh House on February 28th 2018 completely broken and not letting herself hope she could break her addiction. Now, as she prepares to graduate, she has a whole new life – she’s currently doing a Level Five course in Addiction Studies, is employed on the LINKS Community Drug Task Force and has joined a dance crew in the city centre. She has rediscovered her passion for performance, writing and performing music and hoping to attend a vocal coach in the future.
Currently living in community housing, Nadia recently
We've an opening for a CE Administrator in our ladies' residential services in Ashleigh House. The successful candidate will report to the Service Manager Medical Team. For full job description click here.Any questions or applications can be sent to email@example.com. The deadline for applications is February 8th 2019.