CONTACT & ASSESSMENT

The first point of contact for you is Coolmine’s Outreach team. We offer one-to-one counselling, assessment and information in order to support and assist you to make the right choice to get help.

Please note that in the light of COVID-19 we have suspended drop-in services.

Dublin City Centre

LOCATION:

92 Lord Edward Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT US:

Email: admissions@coolminetc.ie
Call: 01 699 1587  or 087 1229307

DROP-IN:

Information session every Wednesday at 9:30am
This group is open to anyone to get help and information on our services. It does not matter what stage of substance use or recovery you are at. Family members, support workers or key workers are also welcome to attend this session with you. You will have an assessment booked following the group

Dublin Blanchardstown

LOCATION:

CAT 15, 37A Porters Avenue, Coolmine Industrial Estate D15

CONTACT US:

Email: admissions@coolminetc.ie
Call: 01 699 1078

DROP-IN:

Information session every Thursday at 9:30am
This group is open to anyone to get help and information on our services. It does not matter what stage of substance use or recovery you are at. Family members, support workers or key workers are also welcome to attend this session with you. You will have an assessment booked following the group

FOLLOWING ASSESSMENT

You will be guided to the most appropriate programme in Coolmine or to another agency if Coolmine does not meet your needs at this time.

You will be invited to attend pre-entry groups for ongoing support in preparation for your chosen treatment option. 

Preparation for admission is the beginning of your treatment, providing you with the support needed to address your substance use. Once you are ready and a place is available you will be admitted to your chosen programme. This may happen very quickly or it may take a number of weeks, depending on your progress and the availability of programme places.

Family support or the support of a concerned person is very beneficial in treatment, we would encourage you to involve a family member in your treatment as early as possible. We can offer additional supports through our Family Support Group and CRAFT programmes.