Tuesday 30th September 2014
9am to 1pm
The Conference seeks to open a conversation on the re-orientation of drug treatment services to promote a recovery-focused model and to promote the role of recovery in communities to motivate and inspire others towards recovery.
St. Dimitrie Program developed the project: „I deserve a chance – information, evaluation and counseling project for employees with alcohol and other drugs abuse and addiction” during 1st of September 2013 – 31st of august 2014.
The project is co-financed by Switzerland through The Swiss-Romanian Cooperation Programme to Reduce Economic and Social Disparities within the Enlarged European Union with a co-financing value of CHF 73.239,61.
The RECOVEU project, launch and progress is presented in article published in the Enterprising Times Newsletter.
You can download the Newsletter from HERE
Launch of Soilse report ‘Addiction Recovery: A Contagious Paradigm’ sets out a case for a recovery-focused approach to addiction treatment.
The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr. Christy Burke launched a report on behalf of Soilse, the drug rehabilitation service in HSE Dublin North City (Thursday 17 July).
The RECOVEU project is an EU Lifelong Learning Programme, which envisions developing an innovative course pack to offer an opportunity for adults in addiction recovery to locate and sustain a trajectory in Higher Education that takes into account specific barriers that socially marginalised people may encounter. This will be achieved by creating a dialogue between generic educators, people in recovery and drug treatment providers, using both face-to-face and online tools and methodologies.