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Welcome to Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force

Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force was set up in 1997 to respond to drugs issues in the Ballymun community. There are 14 Local Drugs Task Forces in the country which oversee the local implementation of the Government’s National Drugs Strategy. There are also Regional Drugs Task Forces which cover wider areas. The Task Forces are government funded to work with community, voluntary and statutory services and put in place responses to drugs and alcohol issues. We do this by encouraging co-ordination and co-operation between services and by listening to the needs of the local community.

On this website you will find details of our membership, support services and useful resources.

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Ballymun Local Drugs Task Force, Axis Centre, Main Street, Ballymun, Dublin 9

Phone: 01 883 2142 | Email: info@ballymundtf.ie

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