Written Answers. - National Drugs Strategy.

John Deasy

Question:

103 Mr. Deasy asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he will make a statement on the drugs task force for Waterford; the projects recognised and supported to date; the number of drug misusers who have availed of their advice, support, and referral services on a yearly basis to date; the budget granted in each year to date; the projects proposed for 2003; the estimated costs of same; and the actual budget allocated to this task force by his Department. [3656/03]

Pádraic McCormack

Question:

110 Mr. McCormack asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he will make a statement on the drugs task force for Galway; the projects recognised and supported to date; the number of drug misusers who have availed of their advice, support, and referral ser vices on a yearly basis to date; the budget granted in each year to date; the projects proposed for 2003; the estimated costs of same; and the actual budget allocated to this task force by his Department. [3654/03]

Fergus O'Dowd

Question:

126 Mr. O'Dowd asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the progress to date on the regional drugs task forces; the plans outlined by them for 2003; the budget sought by each group; the budget granted by his Department; the cuts made by his Department in these proposed budgets; the implications of these cuts as discussed in a document (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [3650/03]

Ruairí Quinn

Question:

128 Mr. Quinn asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs when the promised regional drugs task forces will be set up; the locations such task forces have been established in; the number which have met to date; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [3688/03]

Michael Noonan

Question:

130 Mr. Noonan asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he will make a statement on the drugs task force for Limerick; the projects recognised and supported to date; the number of drug misusers who have availed of their advice, support, and referral services on a yearly basis to date; the budget granted in each year to date; the projects proposed for 2003; the estimated costs of same; and the actual budget allocated to this task force by his Department. [3652/03]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 103, 110, 126, 128 and 130 together.

Under the National Drugs Strategy 2001-2008, ten regional drugs task forces, RDTFs, are being set up in the ten health board regions throughout the country. The national drugs strategy team, which is overseeing the establishment of the RDTFs, has prepared guidelines for their operation in consultation with the relevant sectors and agencies.

The chief executive officers of the health boards have agreed that the existing regional drug co-ordinators will act as interim co-ordinators for the RDTFs. Given their knowledge and experience of the local drug problem and their relationship with local agencies and groups, I believe that the co-ordinators represent a significant resource which will greatly facilitate the setting up and initial development of the task forces.

The national drugs strategy team will work closely with the interim co-ordinators in the setting up and ongoing development of the RDTFs. A liaison person from the team has been nominated to each task force and this person will act as a first point of contact and will work closely with the interim co-ordinators and other interested parties to support the work of the task force.
The RDTFs will represent a team-based response to illicit drug use. Each task force will be chaired by an independent chairperson and will be made up of nominees from state agencies working in the region, the community and voluntary sector and elected public representatives. It is my intention that all of the regional task force members will work in partnership, in a manner similar to the local drugs task forces.
The national drugs strategy team met the interim co-ordinators on 28 January last to discuss the guidelines and how the inaugural meetings of the task forces should operate. The aim is to convene the first meeting of each task force by the end of March 2003. The agenda for the meeting will be agreed between the team and the interim co-ordinator, having regard to the varying needs of the different regions. However, it is envisaged that each agenda will comprise a number of core elements such as an overview of the national drugs strategy, the appointment of a selection committee to nominate a chairperson and a discussion of the structures and procedures as to how task force should conduct its business.
The level of the budget available to the task forces has not yet been finalised. However, it is proposed that the task force action plans will be researched and developed in a number of stages. As the task forces will be primarily engaged in consultation and drafting their first action plan over the coming year, the bulk of funding required for 2003 will be for administrative purposes. Funding for future years will be considered in the context of the annual Estimates.
With regard to the Deputies' questions, there are no local drugs task forces operating in the cities to which they refer. However, each of these cities will be included in the ambit of a regional drugs task force as I have described in my reply.

Gay Mitchell

Question:

104 Mr. G. Mitchell asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he will make a statement on the drugs task force for Dublin; the projects recognised and supported to date; the number of drug misusers who have availed of their advice, support, and referral services on a yearly basis to date; the budget granted in each year to date; the projects proposed for 2003; the estimated costs of same; and the actual budget allocated to this task force by his Department. [3655/03]

Simon Coveney

Question:

136 Mr. Coveney asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he will make a statement on the drugs task force for Cork; the projects recognised and supported to date; the number of drug misusers who have availed of their advice, support, and referral services on a yearly basis to date; the budget granted in each year to date; the projects proposed for 2003; the estimated costs of same; and the actual budget allocated to this task force by his Department. [3653/03]

Gay Mitchell

Question:

158 Mr. G. Mitchell asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs if he will make a statement on the drugs task force for Dublin; the projects recognised and supported to date; the number of drug misusers who have availed of their advice, support and referral services on a yearly basis to date; the budget granted in each year to date; the projects proposed for 2003; the estimated cost of same; and the actual budget allocated to this task force by his Department. [3798/03]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 104, 136 and 158 together.

The overall objective of the national drugs strategy is to significantly reduce the harm caused to individuals and society by drug misuse through a concerted focus on reducing supply, prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and research.

The local drugs task forces, LDTFs, were set up in areas experiencing the highest levels of drugs misuse in order to have an effective framework in place for implementing the national drugs strategy at local level. The LDTFs are delivering a range of measures in the education, prevention and awareness areas. Their work is carried out through a partnership approach involving the statutory, community and voluntary sectors operating in their areas.

Originally, 12 LDTFs were established in the greater Dublin area, in the north inner city, south inner city, Ballymun, Ballyfermot, Finglas-Cabra, Dublin 12 encompassing Crumlin, Drimnagh, Kimmage and Walkinstown, Dublin North East, canal communities encompassing Bluebell, Inchicore and Rialto, Blanchardstown, Clondalkin, Tallaght and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. An LDTF was also set up in north Cork city, where the emphasis is primarily on prevention, and it has since been expanded to include all of Cork city.

Initiatives implemented by the LDTFs include community-based drug awareness in schools, youth clubs and other places where young people meet; drugs awareness programmes for parents, teachers, etc., peer education programmes, projects to prevent early school leaving and drug related prevention or rehabilitation programmes.
To date, the LDTFs have produced two rounds of plans containing over 450 separate interventions, the majority of which are being delivered by local community and voluntary groups. By the end of October 2002, over €62 million has been allocated to implement the plans of the local drugs task forces and to projects under the premises initiative for drugs projects. This figure also includes once-off allocations, evaluation, administration and development costs as well as a number of cross-task force projects. I have supplied the Deputies with a table providing a breakdown of the allocations by task force areas in Dublin and Cork.
I have also provided the Deputies with tables outlining the original allocations under the two action plans to individual projects in the Dublin and Cork task force areas. Allocations are for a 12 month basis and projects have also received interim funding and those that were mainstreamed would also have received other additional funding.
There is also a local drugs task force in Bray which was set up in 2000 and, to date, has been allocated over €1.5 million.
Breakdown of allocations to Dublin and Cork task force areas to October 2002. Figures given to the nearest €100,000.

Ballyfermot

3,900,000

Ballymun

4,700,000

Blanchardstown

4,300,000

Canal Communities

5,500,000

Clondalkin

5,800,000

Dublin 12

3,300,000

Dublin North East

4,800,000

Dublin North Inner City

4,800,000

Dublin South Inner City

4,700,000

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown

3,200,000

Finglas-Cabra

3,500,000

Tallaght

5,200,000

Cork

3,200,000

Ballyfermot LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Home School Liaison Teachers

6,349

Ballyfermot Youth Federation

12,697

Raising Awareness Campaign

19,046

Ballyfermot Community College

12,697

Involvement of Local Doctors and Chemists

1,270

Training of Doctors

3,809

Ballyfermot STAR Project

95,230

Local Addiction Counsellors

63,487

Local Committees

3,809

Project Title

Allocation€

Ballyfermot STAR Project

95,230

Residential Treatment Needs

6,349

Young People at Risk

2,539

Matt Talbot Community Trust Building Extension

38,092

Local Employment Service

31,743

Ballyfermot Community College

6,349

Training for Adult Teachers

8,888

Introductory Prog. for Gardaí

1,270

External Review of Local Policing

3,809

Issue of Leaflets etc by Gardaí

2,539

Ballyfermot STAR Project

38,092

Ballyfermot STAR Project

63,487

Participation in Dublin Citywide Campaign

2,539

Youthreach

12,697

Schools Programme

15,237

Fusion Project

33,013

Community Employment Sponsors

63,487

Childcare and Social Work Project

88,882

Ballyfermot STAR Project

190,461

Ballyfermot STAR Project

126,974

Prison Community Link

63,487

Advance Project

63,487

Sponsorship, Youth and Support

25,395

CEOL Project

10,158

Total

1,212,600

Ballymun LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Youth Support Worker

63,487

Addiction Training for Adults

76,184

(a) Aisling Project

(b) Incentives for Groups Working with Young People at Risk

101,579

Drug Prevention Activity Grants

12,697

STAR Womens Rehabilitation Project

95,230

Springboard Project

114,276

Holistic Day Treatment Programme

38,092

Aftercare Counsellor

38,092

Employment Links Officer

50,790

Information Campaign

38,092

Mini Bus

31,743

Researcher-Development Worker

38,092

Alternative Schools Project

19,046

BITE OG – After School Activity Clubs

76,184

Total

793,586

Blanchardstown LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Peer Drug Education Programme

25,395

Community Drug Teams

507,895

GBRD Researcher

39,362

(a) Coolmine Community Support Group

(b) Community Awareness of Drugs

14,716

Drugs Education-Prevention Programme

15,237

Blakestown-Mountview Neighbourhood Youth Project

57,138

WEB (Working to Enhance Blanchardstown)

50,790

DICE Drug Info. and Community Education

31,743

GBRD Roadshow

10,666

Blakestown Mountview Youth Initiative

146,020

Blanchardstown Early School Leavers Project

31,743

Total

930,705

Canal Communities – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation €

Community Drugs Team, Inchicore

114,276

Youth Worker for St. Michael's Project

44,441

Bluebell Youth Initiative

120,625

Rialto Youth Project-CDT Upgrade of Premises

126,974

Drop in Centres

63,487

Hesed House Drug Counselling

63,487

Educ-Prev Resource & Educ. Materials

25,395

Drugs Education Co-ordinator

31,743

Evaluation of Rialto CDT

6,349

Community Support-Counselling

76,184

Drug Awareness Training

76,184

(a) Dev. Worker, Dolphin House

(b) Dev. Worker, Fatima Mansions

(c) Dev. Worker, St. Michael's Estate

63,487

Mediation and Facilitation

12,697

Rehabilitation Programme Turas

190,461

Community Representative Support Worker

22,220

Total

1,038,011

Clondalkin LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Innovative Community Arts Programme

82,533

Family Support Project

157,448

Drugs Education-Training Programmes

38,092

Support for Youth Groups

78,724

Drop-In Centres

88,882

Re-integration Training

69,836

Education-Training

12,697

Links to Education-Work – CASP

25,395

Community Policing Forum – Mediation

88,882

Co-ordination and Policy Development

12,697

Project Title

Allocation€

Ensuring Child Welfare

88,882

Infrastructure

253,948

Programme to Counter Social Exclusion

63,487

Community Training and Development

63,487

Treatment and Rehabilitation

126,974

New Project

32,950

Total

1,284,911

Dublin 12 LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Cashel Road Treatment and Education (ARC)

152,369

Cashel Rd CE Scheme-Education and Rehab. (ARC)

101,579

Cashel Road Treatment Support and Admin.

152,369

Kimmage Road Creche Pre School, After School

101,579

Crumlin Stay in School Project

52,059

St. John Bosco Youth Centre

63,486

Drimnagh Alliance

126,974

Primary Prevention Education and Awareness

12,697

Facilitation

19,046

Total

782,158

Dublin North East LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Northside Counselling Centre Ltd.

21,078

Bonnybrook Youth Project

78,724

Parent Support Group, Darndale

38,854

Kilbarrack Coast Community Programme

152,369

Research-Evaluation

25,395

Donneycarney Youth Project

82,533

Darndale Belcamp Initiative

7,618

Moatview Fairfield Development Association

63,487

Facilitation

25,395

Darndale Belcamp Drugs Awareness Group

159,987

St. Monica's Community Council

191,730

Community Support – Training Programme

50,790

Total

897,960

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Drugs Education and Prevention Officer

34,283

Parenting Support Project

35,158

Whitechurch Addiction Support Programme

15,638

Whitechurch Youth Development

43,171

Project Title

Allocation€

Alternative High Project

69,391

Pilot Drug Education Programme in Schools

25,395

Arrest Referral Scheme

3,174

Youthwork Support in Shanganagh

50,790

Dublin Safer Dancing Initiative

6,349

Ballyogan Youth Work Project

50,790

Summer Sports Access Programme

3,174

Outreach-Project Officer

25,395

Community Addiction Studies Course

19,681

Women's Counsellor

44,250

Oasis Project

72,197

Support Services for Proposed Satellite Clinics

152,369

Family Therapist

44,441

Pathfinders Project

44,441

Community Links Worker

22,601

Southside Partnership CODE Project

46,218

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Outreach Project

101,579

Total

910,485

Finglas-Cabra LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Community Dev. – Community Dev. Workers

68,566

Cabra Community Against Drugs – Research

12,697

Cabra Resource Centre

86,342

Awareness FC

126,974

Finglas Youth Development Programme

59,678

DICE

31,743

Finglas Against Drugs

1,905

Peer Support Project

5,079

Millenium Carving Project

217,125

Facilitation

12,697

Cabra Resource Centre (Resource Workers)

25,395

Bursary Fund

12,697

Family Support Programme

(a) Health Board Family Support Programme

(b) Ballygall School Family Counselling Service

159,987

Promotional Video

25,395

Positive Living Year

25,395

Community Development (Drugs Response)

12,697

Total

884,373

South Inner City – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Coolmine House – Parent to Parent Training

18,919

Merchants Quay Project – Drug Awareness Course

6,349

Ringsend & District Community Centre

12,697

Early Focus Project

34,283

Westland Row C.B.S.

9,218

Youth Services and Youth Festival Project

40,885

(a) Marrowbone Lane Residents Association

34,283

(b) Schools St. and Thomas Bawn Residents Association

6,349

(c) Oliver Bond Residents Association

8,888

(d) Michael Mallon House Residents Association

6,349

(e) Marrowbone Lane Tenants Association

6,349

City Quay and Westland Row Youth Project

36,188

St. Nicholas of Myra Parish Centre

12,697

Charlemont Youth Project

27,934

Cork Street and Maryland Youth Project

40,835

Catholic Youth Council

40,632

Community Addiction Programme (CAP)

31,743

Ringsend and District Response to Drugs

151,289

Connolly Information Centre

15,300

Community Response Drug Worker Training

76,184

Donore Stabilisation and Holistic Therapies

31,743

Day Programme, Coolmine

88,882

Rehabilitation Project

190,461

Merchants Quay – Gateway Programme

99,040

Ashleigh House, Coolmine

190,461

Family Support Service

36,822

Total

1,254,781

North Inner City LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

SAOL Project Ltd.

16,761

Hardwicke St. and District Community Project

55,868

Counselling & Info. Service – D7

(a) Snug Counselling Service

(b) Chrysalis Counselling Service

100,000

SOILSE-Rutland Centre Partnership

48,250

Salesian Youth Enterprises Ltd. – Crinan Family Support Services

25,395

Parents Peer Support Training Programme

4,063

Beg, Borrow and Steal Ltd.

13,840

IADP Public Health Promotion Programme

3,555

NWICAN Drug Awareness Week

2,920

Phoenix Project-O'Devaney Gardens

55,868

Summerhill Youth Development Group

22,220

Salesian Youth Enterprises Ltd. – Crinan After Hours Youth Services Co-ordinator

31,743

Ballybough Redevelopment Action Group – Ballybough Youth Services

50,155

Grants to Tenants Associations

28,569

East Wall Swimming and Canoe Club

7,403

IADP Drug Service Users Forum – UISCE

25,395

Project Title

Allocation€

Ana Liffey Peer Support Training Programme

40,632

Community After Schools Project

88,882

After School Education Project

26,665

Step by Step Project

63,487

Diamond Diner

6,349

Cavan Centre

63,487

Community Policing-Estate Management Project

53,329

IADP Facilitation of “Local Bureau”

7,618

LINE Project Resource Worker

6,349

Total

951,961

Tallaght LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Community Addiction Response Programme (CARP) – Killinarden

63,487

St. Aengus Community Action Group

101,579

Jobstown Assisting Drug Dependency (JADD)

101,579

Fettercairn Drug Rehab. Programme (FDRP)

63,487

Brookfield Addiction Support Programme (BASP)

12,697

Lorien Project

38,092

St. Dominics Community Response

44,441

Peer Education Project

9,523

Killinarden Drug Primary Prevention Group

44,441

Young people “at risk”, Fettercairn

6,349

St. Aengus Neighbourhood Youth Project

63,487

Jobstown Community College

12,697

Line Project – Killinarden

12,697

Community Addiction Studies Course

9,142

The Shanty

19,046

Tallaght Rehabilitation Project

(a) Fettercairn Estate Management Group

(b) Killinarden Estate Management Group

101,579

Garda Community Initiative

12,697

Responses to “at risk” families

38,092

Total

857,962

Cork LDTF – First Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Cork City Community Forum

12,697

Community Forum – Networking Structure

3,809

Travellers Visibility Group

6,349

Community Womens Education Initiative

2,539

Cork Youth Information Centre

1,905

YMCA Youth Counselling Service

6,984

H.E.A.D.S. Project

3,809

Schools Support Programme

31,743

Community Drugs Team

126,974

Neighbourhood Policing Unit

12,697

Project Title

Allocation€

Stop Drugs Now

3,809

Youth Links Development Centre

4,698

Glen Neighbourhood Youth Project

38,092

Knochnaheeny Youth Project

44,441

Mayfield Youth 2000

38,092

Faranree Anti-Drugs Initiative

38,092

Togher Link-up Limited

63,487

May Project

31,743

Rehabilitation Programme for Ex-Prisoners

44,441

Community Forum Drugs Education Centre

152,369

Community Forum Local Seminars

25,395

Total

694,166

South Inner City LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Mercy Family Centre

44,287

Whitefriar St. Community Centre

44,287

CAP Project

44,287

Elah Vol. Counselling Centre

81,898

Marist Rehab. Centre

19,046

Rinn Development Activity Programme

40,632

Connolly Information Centre

4,039

Ruhama

50,790

Ringsend Action Project

44,441

Fountain Resource Group

75,295

Night-time Tours

5,841

Whitefriar Aikido Club

3,492

Targeted Interventions Fund

88,882

Traveller Programme

41,067

Total

588,284

Dubin North East LSTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Prevention & Education Policy

96,500

Media Initiative Collective

177,763

Schools Program, Community training

41,901

Family Support Service

76,184

Outreach Service

82,533

Parent Support Group

36,822

Parent Support Group

26,030

Counselling Support Service

38,092

Traveller Support Group

43,171

Implementation of Task Force Policy on Rehabilitation within Area

88,882

Child care for Drug Users Children

139,671

Research & Development Officer

25,395

Community Addiction Services

50,790

“Training for Work” Programme

15,237

Total

938,971

Dublin 12 LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Crumlin Community Youth Band

8,634

ARC – Training & Education

144,750

Club '98 YC, Lr Crumlin

4,190

Public Information

1016

Drugs Awareness

1016

Appointment of a Resource Worker

46,599

Walkinstown Youth Club

5,333

St. John Bosco Youth Centre

250,138

Crumlin Community Addiction Studies Course

20,570

Loretto Centre

5,333

Early School Leaving Initiative

25,395

Treatment & Training Planning Forum

13,967

Education/Bursary Scheme

39,362

Feasibility Study for Alternative Treatment Studies in Dublin

6,984

Pilot Project

11,301

Family Support Project

63,614

Walkinstown/Greenhills Comm. Res.

241,250

Total

889,452

Ballymun LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Co-funding Childrens Conference

6,349

Early Birds Club

107,928

After Schools Clubs

25,395

Drug Education Co-ordinator

44,441

Youth Work Training Programme

38,092

Prison Linkage Worker

44,441

After-Care Worker

44,441

Rehabilitation Support Worker

44,441

Employment-Vocational Support

190,461

Youth Drug Development Worker

38,092

Tenant Support Worker

19,046

CCTV Equipment

31,743

Parent-Family Support Initiative

69,837

Ballymun Childhood Resource Centre

44,440

Total

749,147

Canal Communities LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Programme For Young Drug Users

53,964

Youth Worker

34,918

Drop-in Worker

34,918

Child Development Worker

35,553

Prison Outreach Worker

41,266

Women's Support Group-Fatima

14,602

Project Worker

34,918

Project Title

Allocation€

Child Development Worker

35,553

Prison Outreach Worker

41,266

Part Time Administrator

13,967

Action Research Bluebell

12,697

Men's Support Group

12,697

Addiction Support Worker

47,615

Residential Respite Fund

19,046

Drug Support Worker

47,615

Minibus

34,283

Training Officer

4,444

Community Development Workers

53,329

Community Healing and Outreach Centre

31,743

Domestic Violence Res. Worker

41,266

Family Therapist

69,836

Councillor: Young People at Risk

17,776

Comm. Drug Worker Training

69,836

Regeneration Worker

34,918

Childcare Worker & Outreach Program

46,345

Assistant Childcare Worker

27,934

Team Leader

17,776

Development Worker (Ethnic Minorities)

41,267

Total

971,348

Ballyfermot LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Community Outreach Drug Team

208,237

Community & Prison Liaison Service

31,743

Fusion

73,645

Peer Education

31,743

Residential Options

126,974

Support for Childcare

152,369

Community Grants Scheme

31,743

Advance

253,948

Family Psychological Issues

76,184

Reducing Drug Related, etc.

101,580

Total

1,088,166

Clondalkin LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Detoxification Services

76,184

Support for Drug Users Attending G.P.s

44,441

Supporting Drug Users Treatment

25,395

Drug Users Mental Health

25,395

Complementary-Alternative Treatment Options

25,395

Primary Healthcare System

126,974

Project Title

Allocation€

Homeless Outreach Service

76,184

Drop-in-Service

69,836

Support for Drug Users U18

31,743

Prison Link Worker

44,441

Child Care

25,395

Targeted Interventions

38,092

Drug Users Forum

25,395

Challenges Social Perceptions

12,697

Family Support Worker

88,882

Locally based Counselling

44,441

Late Night Drop In Centre

12,697

Rehabilitation Technical Budget

76,184

After-Care Support Group

25,395

Multi-Activity Groups

50,790

Schools Drugs Education Worker

63,487

Ongoing Accurate Information

12,697

Mediation Service

19,046

Nexus Research Co-operative

12,700

Total

1,053,886

Dublin North Inner City LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Community Participation

83,257

Individual Progression Routes

51,158

Integ. Funding & Develop. Process

26,080

Project Resource Worker

39,121

Anna Liffey Children's Project

74,457

Drugs Users Forum-Uisce

77,238

Further Development of Anna Liffey Peer Graduates Training

60,186

Community Policing Forum

64,198

Chrysalis Counselling

39,121

After School Education Support

51,158

Step by Step Project

32,099

HOPE

64,198

NWIC Training & Development Project

51,158

Community Counselling Service

77,238

Expansion of Gateway Project

39,121

HIV & Hepatitis Training Programme

20,062

Women & Health

58,179

Young People and Drug Use Strategy

64,198

Annie Kelly Bursary

6,520

Extension of ICON d.s.s

45,140

Extension of Chrysalis Counselling Service

20,062

Local Public Health Promotion

45,140

Feasibility Studies into Local Respite

39,120

Male Specific Rehab Project

26,080

Total

1,154,289

Finglas/Cabra LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Local Drug Service Provision

3,809

Needle Exchange

3,809

Labour Market Rehab Programme

126,974

Family Support Groups

6,349

Drug Free Support Groups

6,349

Programme for Young People

50,790

Drug Addiction Awareness Courses

38,092

Drug Awareness Programmes

91,421

SNAP

19,046

Active Parenting Programme

38,092

Juvenile Diversion Programme

63,486

Horse and Pony Project

19,046

Community Policing

50,790

Arrest Referral Scheme

50,790

CCTV camera's

63,487

Total

632,329

Blanchardstown LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Training Budget for LDTF Members

1,270

EXP. Family Support Programme

57,138

Blanchardstown Youth Service

44,441

Peer Education Harm Reduction

12,697

Comm. Resource & Education Fac.

119,609

Support Programme Children of Drug User

19,046

Exp. Corduff-Mulhuddart C.D.T.

25,395

Outreach Workers

38,132

Project Worker Coolmine

38,092

Project Worker Mulhuddart

38,072

Local Drug Users Advocacy Group

19,056

Counsell. Families of Drug Users

31,743

Local family Support Groups

76,184

Mulhuddart-Corduff CDT

17,856

Mountview-Blakestown CDT

27,230

Huntsown-Hartstown CDT

44,355

Mountview-Blakestown Youth Initiative

53,761

The River Project

57,138

Total

721,215

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

Alternative-Complimentary Therapy

25,395

Local Community Drugs Team

177,763

Access to Treatment-Rehabilitation

63,487

Management of Outreach Project

50,790

Community Links Worker

31,743

Drug Education-Prevention Unit

38,092

Sallynoggin-Whitechurch Initiative

19,046

Prevention Through Play

25,395

Shankill & Ballyogan Early School Leavers Project

25,395

Peer Education Approach

38,092

Mounttown Neighbourhood Youth

13,967

Educational Bursaries

12,697

Recognition Awards

3,809

Small Grants Funds

31,743

Closed Circuit T.V.

31,743

Garda Telephone Number

12,697

Estate Management Initiative

63,487

CODE Project

78,582

Total

743,924

Cork LDTF – Second Plan

Project Title

Allocation€

YMCA Youth Councilling

25,395

Drug Prevention Training Programme

12,697

Cork Club 2000

10,632

Dublin Hill

114,276

Gurranabraher-Churchfield Outreach

58,408

Greenmount Youth Initiative

63,487

Mayfield Youth 2000

63,487

Ballyphehane Action for Youth

55,234

School Assistance Programme

114,276

Hillgrove Outreach

55,868

Parents Support Group

25,395

Peer Education Programme

63,487

Halfway House for Men

126,974

Post Release Services Project

63,187

Cork Simon Street Outreach

85,707

Dion Project

31,109

Greenmount Youth Initiative

8,456

Ballincollig Youth Initiative

77,454

Carrigallne Youth Initiative

63,487

Glanmire Community Development

60,947

Total

1,210,263