St Francis Farm (part of Merchant’s Quay Ireland) is a drug free residential treatment programme and detoxification unit, set within a rural farm environment.
Céim Eile (part of the Aiseiri Group) is a structured, residential centre that offers continued, structured residential support to those leaving other residential treatment services.
The Cornmarket Project (part of Wexford Local Development) is a non-residential stabilisation, counselling and rehabilitation project for people that have been engaged with criminality, drugs and alcohol.
SERDATF funding supports Waterford and South Tipperary Community Youth Service (WSTCYS) to provide Community Based Drugs Initiatives (CBDIs) and Outreach Workers. CBDIs provide community centred prevention and support initiatives, assessment and referral services and family support groups. Outreach workers provide harm reduction initiatives, support and referral services
SERDATF funding supports Ossory Youth Service to provide a small activities budget for their Community Based Drugs Initiative (CBDI).
The SERDATF provides the Monastery Hostel (Depaul) with funding to support the employment of a substance misuse outreach worker. Outreach workers provide harm reduction initiatives, support and referral services.
SERDATF funding supports the South East Region Family Support Network Ltd to employ a development worker. The development worker assists in supporting the development of family support groups throughout the south east region of Waterford, Wexford, Carlow, Kilkenny and South Tipperary.
The SERDATF provides funding to Ferns Diocesan Youth Service to employ an outreach worker. Outreach workers provide harm reduction initiatives, support and referral services.