http:www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/data-fact-sheets/european-web-survey-drugs-2021-top-level-findings-eu-21-switzerland_en?fbclid=IwAR23bIJ0TCBW0aPrDo03FadglBtmVSY_2FNIKeZEY_7HT5NnMhDd_Rlvtk The European Web Survey on Drugs collected data between March and April 2021 from people who use drugs, aged 18 or older, living in 21 EU and 9 non-EU countries. During this period the populations in many European countries were experiencing COVID-19-related lockdown or restrictions. Unless otherwise indicated, the data presented here refer to the 48469 respondents who reported having used at least one illicit drug in the 12 months prior to the survey (last 12 months use) and live in one of 21 EU countries covered by the survey and Switzerland (1). Click here for more information on the methodology
In light of the night-time economy reopening since Friday the 22nd of October, the HSE is launching a new drugs harm-reduction campaign, reminding people who choose to use drugs: ‘If You Go, Go Slow’. HSE Drugs.ie is unveiling the campaign #IfYouGoGoSlow with a launch event, which brings together a community of key stakeholders to share harm prevention information and to discuss the benefits of providing health and social interventions in nightlife settings. You can download the information leaflet and the poster here! HSE_LockdownNightlifeA5Leaflet_FINAL HSE_Lockdown_A3Poster_FINAL
2021 Social Inclusion Week Booklet The programme of events provides an occasion to increase our awareness and understanding of inclusion and diversity in Donegal. This year the events during Social Inclusion Week will be a blend of online and in person events from the 11th to the 18th of October 2021.
Better Out than In Online Hub Click on the link above to find out more about this online support hub. If you need support about any type of crisis, you can chat in confidence, 24/7 with a trained crisis volunteer through the Crisis Text Line. Text LGBTI+ to 50808 anytime you need support.
https://www.drugsandalcohol.ie/34162/ The latest figures from the Health Research Board (HRB) (click on the link above) show continued growth in the number of cases* seeking treatment for problem cocaine use, including crack cocaine use, despite an overall drop in the numbers entering drug treatment* Overall findings on drug treatment in 2020 - In 2020, a total of 9,702 cases were treated for problem drug use, a 9% decrease from 10,664 in 2019.
The_2019-20_Irish_National_Drug_and_Alcohol_Survey._Main_findings Please find attached for your information a new report from the Health Research Board (HRB) presenting findings from the National Drug and Alcohol Survey (NDAS) 2019–20, which shows that more people are using illegal stimulants, smoking less, and binge drinking remains high.