Addiction Treatment Centre Warns Of Imminent Closure

Cuan Mhuire Say they need more support from the Health Service Executive.

The chairman of Cuan Mhuire addiction treatment centre says the possible closure of one of its five locations is the last thing he could ever imagine.

Paul O'Donoghue says the charity is under increasing strain due to increased demand and the cost-of-living crisis.  

The group provides alcohol, drug and gambling addiction treatment, and provides residential treatment for around 500 people every night in its centres in Athy, and in Limerick, Down, Galway, and Cork.

Paul says they need increased funding from the HSE:  

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