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Committed to quality

Committed to Quality We Value Excellence

Aiséirí is committed to maintaining the highest standard of governance in all of our activities. Aiséirí is a registered charity and is also a CLG. Our purpose and objectives are laid out in our Memorandum of Association.

Aiséirí’s audited accounts are fully compliant with FRS 102, the financial reporting standard applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland. Aiséirí complies with the
Governance Code for Community, Voluntary and Charitable organisations in Ireland.
Andrea Lahart, Compliance Officer

Accredited by CHKS Quality Healthcare

CHKS is a leading provider of healthcare intelligence and quality improvement services. CHKS assurance services combine data analysis with site assessments to benchmark care standards against national quality standards, and highlights areas of good practice and
opportunities for improvement.

In 2023, Aiséirí received 100% compliance accross all Standards in our CHKS audit.

Leadership, Governance and Financial Management: Aiséirí, as an organisation, is well-led and leaders have the capability and skills to provide an effective and efficient service to the clients.

CHKS 2022

It is clear from the evidence provided and the interviews on-site that the staff at Aiséirí are very efficient and resilient in their roles and exhibit strong team ethics and are client centred.

CHKS 2022

Charities Regulator Governance Code

Aiséirí complies with the Governance Code for Community, Voluntary and Charitable organisations in Ireland.

We confirm that a review of our organisation’s compliance with the principles in the Code was conducted and was based on an assessment of our organisational practice against the recommended actions for each principle:

Principle 1. Leading our organisation.
Principle 2. Exercising control over our organisation.
Principle 3. Being transparent and accountable.
Principle 4. Working effectively.
Principle 5. Behaving with integrity.

We confirm that our organisation is committed to the standards outlined in these principles. We commit to reviewing our organisational practice against the recommended actions for each principle every year.

Charities Regulator Guidelines for Charitable Organisations for Fundraising from the public.

Aiséirí is committed to best practice in fundraising and aims to comply with the guidelines for charitable organisations on fundraising from the public.

We are committed to treating all our donors with respect, honesty and openness. We commit to being accountable and transparent in all our fundraising activities.

Aiséirí Stratgic Plan 2024 - 2028 One Step at a Time

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Strategic Priorities
2024 - 2028

Strategic Priority 1: Service Delivery

We aim to provide services that meet evidence based, best practice standards
in terms of quality and effectiveness, and to develop new services to meet
identified needs utilizing partnerships with statutory and voluntary agencies
where possible and practical.

Strategic Priority 2: Advocacy

We aim to advocate for all who are suffering as a result of addiction. This is
a broad spectrum as addiction effects all areas of life and all communities

Strategic Priority 3: Brand Awareness

We aim to ensure that Aiseiri will become synonymous for recovery from
addiction for everyone and will become a household name in regard to the
provision of services that are delivered with compassion, empathy and hope

Strategic Priority 4 –Stakeholder

We aim to support people into lifelong recovery through the optimization
of relationships with our stakeholders

Strategic Priority 5 - Funding

We aim to deliver our strategic priorities by optimizing funding
opportunities, retention of highly skilled staff, adherence to principles of good
governance and management and open, transparent communication with

Annual Reports & Financial Statements.

We generate and publish an Annual Report each year. Our Finance & Audit Committee are a subcommittee of the Board who monitor, on a monthly basis, the management accounts of the organisation.

Please find a selection of recent reports available for download here.

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