Concerned for a loved one’s drug or alcohol use?
Coolmine now provides a range of quality services in the East, Midwest and Southwest of Ireland.
Our Men’s Residential Service is Coolmine Lodge, based in Dublin 15. Our Women & Children’s Residential Services are Ashleigh House in Dublin 15 and Westbourne House in Limerick City. Our Community & Day Services are based in Dublin, Limerick, Cork and Kerry.
To find more information about each of our locations please click here.
The bulk of our services are free of charge to people accessing them, however, there is a client contribution for our residential programmes that is used towards the cost of running the programme (this is based on ability to pay). If you are in receipt of a social welfare payment, you will be provided with a weekly allowance to spend out of this payment and the remainder is used towards your client contribution
We offer support in a safe and supportive space where individuals can tackle the underlying issues that brought them into addiction. We give people the support, the time and most importantly the space to recover. We work with:
- Drugs (including opiates, cocaine, etc.)
- Prescription Drugs/Medication
- Family/Friends Support
When you are ready, get in touch with us. You can find a full list of our locations by clicking here. Even if you’re not sure what help you/a loved one might need, you can reach out to any of our services directly.
Or if you are ready to refer someone/yourself, you can click here to access our online referral form.
Once you contact Coolmine, a member of our team will talk to you about the kind of help you are looking for, such as, help for yourself or a family member/friend, help with drug or alcohol use or both. (Please note if you do not get through over the phone, we ask that you please leave a voicemail, and a member of our staff will return your call)
Family Support Services
It is helpful for families and loved ones to have access to support so you too have the support needed to work through what you are experiencing and begin the healing process. The Path to Recovery is enhanced when family members have a deeper understanding of drug and alcohol use and are involved in their loved one’s treatment. Families and loved ones can recover too, with support, and strengthen the Path to Recovery, for your loved one and for yourselves.