RASP

What we do

RASP provide services for individuals from Dublin 17 and the surrounding areas that are engaged in relevant treatment for addiction and are actively seeking support and want to embrace change.

Address

10c Ringuard House, Malahide Road Industrial Estate, Greencastle Parade, Dublin 17

Entry Requirements

Individuals can access our Rehabilitation Programme through referral from HSE drug treatment centres and other agencies.
Applicants can also be referred by their prescribing GP’s and in some cases self-refer.
Our programme an integrative approach to addiction and seeks to work collaboratively with agencies involved in the participants overall care. Application forms can be collected from the centre or downloaded from our website - www.raspprogramme.com

Contact Details

General Manager
Pat Hanna
Phone 01 877 4184 + 419 & 4185
Email info@raspprogramme.com WEBSITE: www.raspprogramme.com

Other Contacts

CE Supervisor / Finance Manager
Peter Darcy

Asstistant General Manager
Teresa Morakinyo

Assistant CE Supervisor / Senior Key worker
Sinead Jordan

Other Information

Our Services

Our Services include Methadone Stabilisation programme, CE Funded Methadone Stabilisation Programme, a new Cannabis and CE funded Poly-Drug use Programme for 18-24 year olds, an Aftercare Programme, A new Pilot Progression Routes Service Programme.

Methadone Stabilisation Programme

RASP (Laneview Learning Centre) Ltd provides a Methadone Stabilisation Programme for individuals who are on a methadone maintenance programme or individuals who are dealing with other addictions, such as poly drug use and alcohol issues.

Special Category Community Employment Scheme

RASP (Laneview Learning Centre) Ltd provides a Special Community Employment Drugs Rehabilitation Project. This project offers places for individuals who meet the Department of Social Protection criteria for participation on a community employment scheme, and are ready to engage in the rehabilitation programme.

Progression Routes Programme

We have a new programme - the 'Progression' programme. This is a pilot programme that is a DNELDATF initiative designed to provide a Progression Route Support Service for participants who have completed a special CE community addiction rehabilitation programme or similar. This programme is the first of its kind and will feature:

The new programme will feature: Weekly One to One Support, Key Working, Individual Personal Action Planning, Accredited Counselling, and Regular Feedback. The programme will also include Educational Modules, Social integration Support and Stabilisation Support. The programme also features external supervision by the HSE RIS Officer Ann Marie Talbot.

We are targeting individuals from Dublin North East. Candidates for this course will have already completed a special community employment rehabilitation programme or similar, be completely drug free or free of street drug use and stabilised on methadone, are personally motivated and have taken responsinility for his/her therapeutic and perosnal progress in becoming drug free.

Post Prison Support Programme

RASP (Laneview learning Centre) Ltd provides a Post-Prison Support Programme for individuals who have recently been in prison and have a history of drug misuse and are ready to enter the rehabilitation programme or wish to enter the Pre entry group. This programme offers training and skills aimed at facilitating an individual to reclaim their lives and reintegrate into main stream society.

Family Support Programme

RASP provides family support through its partnership with the Strengthening Families Programme. This focuses on family issues and one to one support at the request of individuals seeking to engage in this process.