About Anchor Treatment Centre|
Anchor Treatment Centre was established in 1995 by the Sisters of Mercy responding to the needs
of the people for a community based Alcohol and Drug Counselling Service and a support network for
families. since then it has provided a variety of services to families and individuals affected by Alcohol and Drug problems.
In 2000 with the help of the then Southern Health Board, the Centre upgraded and expanded its facilities to meet increased demand for services and
provide a more therapeutic recovery environment.
The Centre now supports clients recovering
from alcohol, drug, food, gambling, sexual and other addictions.
The Centre operates as a registered company limited by guarantee with charitable status.
It is administered by a voluntary board of directors.
All staff are professionally qualified and accredited by the relevant governing professional
bodies and adhere to the code of ethics & practices of that body as well as complying with all
Our counsellors have completed a wide variety of associated and related training in Ireland, UK,
Europe and USA.
The clinical staff has regular peer and external professional supervision, as well as ongoing
The Centre is funded in the following ways:
- Client Contributions
- A Service Level Agreement with HSE South
- Projects hosted on behalf of Southern Regional Drugs Task Force (SRDTF)
- Voluntary Fundraising Events