At the heart of Aiséirí are the lives and futures of people, young people, women, men, fathers, brothers, sisters, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends. Ordinary people, people that you and I know, people who want to work, want to go to school, want to hope, want to care for their families and be cared for.

The one thing that distinguishes them is that they are living with the despair and unhappiness of addiction. Aiséiri is a place where there is a wealth of understanding, care and experience, right here in the community, that can help them take the first vital step to recovery from their addiction.

Aiséirí means resurrection and our four centres are places of new beginnings. Through our evidence-based and internationally recognised residential and community programmes, people dealing with alcohol, drug and gambling addiction find help, counselling and the specialist support that they need to face the realities of their lives.

Our specialist and caring staff create an environment that is therapeutic in all aspects, where each person feels valued, safe and supported as they make their journey towards recovery and new life changes.

Aiseiri Continuum of Care during Covid-19

Aiséirí remains dedicated to supporting clients within our Continuum of Care service. Recovery is about learning how to cope with life and remain sober. We are currently facing unique challenges and our team is here to support you.

The following services and supports are in place:

A helpline with direct access to a counsellor
Weekly goals
Encouragement to set weekly personal goals and identifying healthy coping skills. See our Step 10 Daily Checklist here
Relapse-prevention skills and strategies. See our PDF booklet You Are Not Alone. Also our Relapse prevention PDF here
Online meeting
Confidential online group meeting
Access to useful links and resources. See the Recovery Month site here