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Concerns raised over plans for drug treatment facilities in Dublin

A school in Dublin is fighting the expansion of a nearby drug and alcohol rehab centre.

Dublin Simon plans to redevelop its residential recovery facility at Usher's Island, expanding from 39 bedrooms to 70.

St Audoen's National School has concerns because there are already other treatment centres in the area.

One mother who walks her daughter to St Audoen's NS said she regularly sees up to four people injecting themselves.

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Source: The Irish Examiner, 13/09/17 

Posted by drugs.ie on 09/13 at 08:55 AM in
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