Coolmine Therapeutic Community provides a rehabilitation service for clients in recovery from alcohol and drugs use. We initially opened our doors in 1973 in response to the proliferation of drug use and associated problems in Dublin in the early 1970s, unfortunately this problem has only grown and our services are needed now more than ever. We provide a range of services including the only Mother & Child residential treatment facility in Ireland.
The Economic and Social Research Institute is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 1960. Its aim is to bring the latest thinking in economics and the social sciences to bear on the actual and potential problems of Irish society.
Flax Trust. The relief of poverty, dependancy and chronic unemployment and under-employment in Northern Ireland. The reduction and, if possible, the elimination of community tensions and religious prejudices engendered by the economic depression of the area.
The Housing Finance Agency plc is a company limited by shares promoted by the Minister for the Environment and Local Government under the terms of the Housing Finance Agency Act, 1981 and incorporated on 8 February 1982. The principal objects of the company are to advance funds to local authorities to be used by them for any purpose authorised by the Housing Acts; and to borrow or raise funds for these purposes.
The Immigrant Council of Ireland provides information on immigrants rights in the areas of immigration law, employment, accommodation, social welfare, health care, education, and equality legislation. St Andrew Street, Dublin 2
The Vision of Inclusion Ireland is that of people with an intellectual disability living and participating in the community with equal rights as citizens, to live the life of their choice to their fullest potential.