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  • Title: Home Page at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: .. Tallaght Rehabilitation Project.. Home Page.. News.. About Us.. Day Programme.. Aftercare.. Room Rental.. Annual Reports.. Vacancies.. Contact Us.. Participants Page.. From all Staff and Participants we would like to welcome you to the Tallaght Rehabilitation Project website.. We hope you find this website both interesting and informative.. We always welcome feedback, so if you would like to comment on any area of our website please do so through our contact link which you will find at the top of this page.. TRP is a Community based rehabilitation day-programme for people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction and who reside in the Tallaght area.. The programme was developed as a ‘next step’ to assist those who have become drug or alcohol free or who are stable in treatment on  ...   in the advantage of Rehabilitation within the community, as addiction does not happen in isolation.. TRP provides a supportive and nurturing environment where participants are encouraged to work in a therapeutic process on their previous drug and alcohol use.. TRP promotes a healthy lifestyle in a structured and safe way, through education and training.. From this, participants are encouraged to make an informed choice to ultimately become and remain drug and alcohol free.. Welcome to the website of Tallaght Rehabilitation Project.. History Of Kiltalown House.. Categories.. No categories.. Links.. Alcoholics Anonymous.. Citizens Information.. Merchants Quay.. Narcotics Anonymous.. National Drugs Awareness Campaign.. National Training Authority.. Tallaght Drugs Task Force.. Administration.. Login.. Entries.. RSS.. Comments.. WordPress.. org.. Tallaght Rehabilitation Project is powered by.. WordPress 2.. 2.. 3.. and.. K2.. RSS Entries.. RSS Comments..

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  • Title: News at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: Feeling Fit?.. Why Not Run Walk or Crawl.. The Women’s Mini Marathon.. In Aid of.. Tallaght Rehabilitation Project are looking for people to.. Raise much needed funds for Kiltalown House.. Entry fee this year is €17 this also covers your timing chip, goodie bag and your medal at the end of the day.. Call us now to receive a sponsor Card.. Support your Community.. Call 01 45997705.. TRP will register your details online for you.. If you do not want to participate but would like to raise funds Sponsor cards are available.. If you have and queries you can contact Joanne Jago @TRP on 01-4597705.. Closing date is Friday 23rd March 2012.. KILTALOWN HOUSE ROOM RENTAL.. MEETING / THERAPY /TRAINING / COUNSELLING ROOMS.. Available for use.. Kiltalown house; situated on 4 acres of private gardens is conveniently located off the Tallaght Bypass and is close to all amenities.. *Suitable for one to one sessions, small groups and groups of up to 30 people *Refreshments available upon request.. Facilities available at Kiltalown House.. Complimentary Secure Car Parking.. Complimentary Wi-Fi.. 4 dedicated large meeting rooms.. 4 dedicated small meeting rooms.. Small stage, Podium and CD/DVD.. Projector and drop down screen in various rooms.. Full wheelchair access.. All enquires to Kim Kehoe or Catherine O Connor.. Phone: 01 4597705 or email:.. Kimk@tallaghtrehabproject.. ie.. or.. Catherineoc@tallaghtrehabproject.. For more details on room rental just click on the room rental link at the top.. Hope and Remembrance Service.. TRP in conjunction with the Tallaght Drugs Task Force and other local projects held the annual Hope and Remembrance service in a marquee in the grounds of Kiltalown House on Thursday 20th October 2011.. This service was in memory of the men and women of the Tallaght wide community who have passed away from drug and alcohol addiction and gave their family and friends an opportunity to remember them.. We had a huge turnout on the night; it was attended by participants of local projects and their family members, staff, management  ...   out to this event with over 55 guests including participants, staff and family members.. Refreshment was served in the aftercare and a DJ played through out the evening.. A great evening was had by all.. Christmas Family Day.. The Christmas Family day was held at T.. on 16th December for the participants and their children.. Santa arrived with bobbie the the elf to find out what the children wanted for christmas and to give them all a present.. We also had facepainting, music and refreshments for this occasion.. This day was a huge success and T.. would like to thank all local shops and businesses for their generosity in supporting this day with crisps, confectionary and prizes.. This day would not have been such a success without this help.. Tallaght Wide Aftercare.. Two announcements for the Aftercare.. Aftercare Social Nights.. The Tallaght wide Aftercare Service is currently enroling for participant who are interested joining a music group which will be held on Thursday evenings in the Aftercare Service.. The Tallaghtwide Aftercare Service have been holding come dine with me evenings which will run until March 2012.. These evenings will assist service users with fine dining, dining ethicate and promote healthy eating.. Ist evening was an italian evening, which was very successful and we look forward to many of these evenings going forward.. 2nd evening was held on Friday 27th January 2012.. This was a well attended evening and enjoyable to all.. and we look forward to the next evening February.. The Tallaght Wide Aftercare Service is hosting a drug/alcohol free night of live music and entertainment.. This evening will be held on Saturday 25th February from 7.. 00pm - 10.. The line up for this evening is.. Joe Lynch - Country.. Russell Hogg - Folk/Acoustic.. Patrick Willbury - Blues.. Light food and refreshments will be provided on the night.. This event is open to family and friends of the TRP Programmes.. This event promises to be a great night of entertainment and music..

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  • Title: About Us at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: BACKGROUND:.. Day Programme:.. TRP was established in 1997 through a Tallaght Drugs Task Force initiative in response to the need for a dedicated rehabilitation project for the Tallaght area.. The Day-Programme commenced in February 2000 and is now in its 13th year of operation.. A more comprehensive description of our services can be found in our Day Programme Link above.. Aftercare:.. Our aftercare facility opened on 31st March 2009 and is an integral part of the rehabilitation service provided at TRP.. A full description of services provided through aftercare can be found in the  ...   9.. 30am to 5.. 00pm Monday - Friday.. These hours are to facilitate the many community groups and local organisations availing of the Room Rental service in Kiltalown House.. It is an ideal setting for training, counselling, holistic treatments and meetings.. Kiltalown House has large conference rooms which are suitable for groups of up to 35 people and small rooms suitable for counselling and holistic treatments for small groups.. Rooms are wheelchair accessible.. For a more detailed information please follow our Room Rental link above.. Board of Management.. Staff.. Awards.. Funding.. Training.. Volunteers/student placement..

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  • Title: Day Programme at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: TRP is a dedicated specialist rehabilitation project in the Tallaght area providing a community-based day-programme for people in recovery with addiction problems.. The programme is specifically designed to provide a safe and confidential environment where participants can actively engage in a therapeutic process of recovery.. The overall objective of the programme is to assist and support the rehabilitation and recovery process and realistic progression of people who have become stable in treatment on prescribed methadone or who have achieved drug free status.. Our mission statement comes from a community development ethos, which believes in the benefits of rehabilitation within a community setting and where participants can be supported in their recovery, by their own community.. TRP contributes to local development through providing the necessary service for people with addiction problems.. TRP is represented on a range of community and voluntary organisations/ bodies within the area and is also actively involved in promoting and adhering to the National Drugs Stagey 2009 – 2016 under the umbrella of rehabilitation.. We are committed to ongoing staff training, skills development, education and personal development; we also provide training and supervision for students and volunteers.. We  ...   follows:-.. · Reality therapy.. · Control Therapy.. · Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.. · Rational Emotional Therapy.. · Motivational Interviewing.. · Therapeutic Group Process.. · Relapse Prevention.. · Career guidance/ILP.. As a specialist rehabilitation programme, the primary focus and engagement for participants is on the therapeutic process of recovery.. The programme offers a period of structured development work, which is essential to empower and enable participants to address addiction, self-esteem, and self-confidence and facilitate personal growth and development.. The eventual goal for participants is successful reintegration into family and community and preparation for further education or employment.. TRP operates a referral system in relation to participant placement involving a range of agencies/organisation working with our target group.. The programme provides opportunities to develop a range of skills, both specific to our target group and relevant to broad personal and life skills development, all of which are transferable and relevant to many social settings.. For a more detailed description of our Day Programme please click on the links on the right hand side of this page.. Therapeutic Intervention at TRP.. Educational Intervention at TRP.. Programme Path.. Outreach.. Information Pack.. Referral/Referral Form.. Critera for new assessment..

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  • Title: Aftercare at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: Hello and welcome to the Tallaght-wide Aftercare Service at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project.. The Tallaght-wide Aftercare team is made up of four people, Mick Williams who is our Aftercare Supervisor, Deirdre Murphy, Cora Kelly and Colm Fitzpatrick who are Aftercare Project workers.. The new service is located in the courtyard building adjacent to Kiltalown House, Jobstown, Tallaght, Dublin 24.. Looking forward to seeing you.. Tallaght Wide Aftercare is a free aftercare service.. Service opening Hours.. Tuesday Nights 5pm - 10pm.. Wednesday Nights 5pm - 10pm.. Thursday Nights 5pm - 10pm.. Friday Nights 4pm - 9pm.. Saturday Nights 5pm - 10pm.. The aftercare is a relaxed person centered service that seeks to support  ...   individual supports and resources.. We believe as a team that this is a supportive and nurturing setting for people who have engaged in rehab.. An aftercare service is vital to personal achievement.. If you feel you fit our criteria and would like to attend our Aftercare service please do not hesitate to contact a member of our Aftercare team.. If you would like to find out more information about the Tallaght-wide Aftercare Service please contact.. Mick Williams.. Tallaght Wide Aftercare Service.. Kiltalown House.. Jobstown.. Ph (085)7152391/Ph (01) 4597705 or.. Click on the links for.. Information on.. Aftercare criteria referral.. and assessment information and support.. Aftercare.. Aftercare Referral Form.. Aftercare Criteria.. Aftercare News..

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  • Title: Room Rental at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: Kiltalown House is an 18.. th.. Century House beautifully restored by South Dublin Co.. Council for Tallaght Rehabilitation Project Ltd.. It is the ideal setting not only for rehabilitation but for training, counselling and holistic treatments.. We hope you enjoy your time here.. If your are interested in booking a room please contact Kim Kehoe on 01-4597705 or email:.. kimk@tallaghtrehabproject.. catherineoc@tallaghtrehabproject.. Room Rental at Kiltalown House.. Rooms for individual sessions and conferences/training rooms are available from Monday to Friday 9.. 30am - 5.. Tallaght Rehabilitation Project complies with up to date Health Safety and is monitored by CCTV 24 hours per day.. TRP has on - site parking and employs security for the safety of Patrons of TRP, Kiltalown House.. In order to rent rooms you must give Tallaght Rehabilitation Project Ltd.. a copy of your qualifications and your insurance.. Our price list for renting rooms is as follows.. Rate Card – TRP Room Rental.. One to One Counselling /Therapy Rooms - Snowdrop, Rose Lilac.. Basic per hour rate €  ...   T.. P can provide light lunches and tea breaks on request.. We also cater for all dietary needs.. Price List.. Menu A.. Freshly brewed tea and coffee.. A selection of freshly made sandwiches,.. Crisps and a selection of biscuits.. Will also include 1 morning tea break with freshly brewed tea and coffee.. €8 per person.. Menu B.. homemade soup.. crisps and a selection of biscuits.. €11 per person.. Our criteria for renting rooms is as follows.. For Long Term room rental a Rates Card is available.. Rooms must to be booked in advance.. All rooms must be paid for in advance.. A deposit is required on booking the room.. This is non refundable.. Please leave rooms clean tidy on your departure.. Only groups deemed suitable to the overall ethos of Tallaght Rehabilitation Project will be permitted to avail of this service.. This is at the discretion of the Board of Management.. The Lilac Room.. The Rose Room.. The Lily Room.. The Snowdrop room.. The Elm room.. The Oak Room.. Green Room..

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  • Title: Annual Reports at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: Please click on link below to view our Annual Reports.. Annual Report 2007.. Annual Report 2008.. Annual Report 2009.. Annual-report-2010.. annual-report-2011.. pdf..

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  • Title: Vacancies at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: T.. P aims to be an employer of choice and offers a wide range of challenging career opportunities that enable our staff to make an important contribution to the health and wellbeing of our services users.. There are no current vacacancies at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project.. Please check again as this section is constantly updated..

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  • Title: Contact Us at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: Kiltalown House,.. Jobstown,.. Tallaght,.. Dublin 24.. Tel: 01 - 459 77 05.. Fax: 01 - 414 81 23.. E-mail:.. info@tallaghtrehabproject.. Or fill in your details below:.. Your Name:.. (required).. Your Email:.. Your Website:.. Your Message:..

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  • Title: Participants Page at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: Please find below a selection of stories from the participants on the TRP programme both past and present.. Participant s Stories 2011.. THE RINN VOYAGER.. I enjoyed the Rinn Voyager it was a good day out.. To see all the ships come in come in and out and to RELAX.. It was AMAZING seen all the cargo getting taken out of the ship and we did a bit of fishing and it was RELAXING and we enjoyed the luas back home.. I was thinking about it all day.. IT WAS AMAZING.. Thanks to the staff for a wonderful day.. It started when we met for breakfast it was a lovely sunny day.. I never thought I’d find myself on a boat in the middle of Dublin bay taking din the sights.. The atmosphere was great we went out as far as Dalkey and we just drifted for about two hours.. I was very peaceful.. We cast our rods and talked and drank tea it was great bonding with all staff and participants.. It was a day I’ll always remember in TRP its days like that day that make me appreciate been clean and living.. It was good the day we went out on the Rinn Voyager, we went out early that morning.. The lads met up at the square and had a good laugh; we got the luas into town and met up with two staff.. It was good to have that different relationship with staff as well.. The two men on the boat were very nice, it was very relaxing on the boat.. The two men told us about how the boat was built by people in recovery; it was a sailing yacht.. It was a different experience for the group and the staff and I believe we bonded in a different way.. It is a good memory and I will always remember OUR day on the RINN VOYAGER good day to be clean and sober.. GENDER WOMEN.. I found the women’s Gender Group was great.. I learned more about me and my body also you are what you eat.. A woman came in called Ruth and showed us how to make smoothies I ve NEVER tasted them or made them.. They don’t look the best but they are lovely to drink.. They’re very healthy for you.. A nurse called Pat came into us last week she was lovely.. The information I’ve learned from her about everyday stuff like getting to know how my body works every month even though I have two kids age nine and fourteen (boys).. It was great just to have all women in the group it was much easier to talk out loud about how you are and feel.. From the session I was at I took a few different things,.. 1.. One was on self-care because its important to look after yourself cause if you don’t look after yourself you cant look after your children.. 2.. I loved that it was all girls it was different.. 3.. I especially loved the last session with Pat on women’s health.. I learned a lot that I taught I knew but I didn t.. I found out useful information, for one self-care, how to look after myself a lot more.. Eating, sleeping and time out for myself, and I found it a lot easier and comfortable to talk about myself in front of women.. I really enjoyed my gender group.. I found it really easy to talk, especially when it is about women’s problems we have a great laugh and sometimes it can be intense.. I found out about parts of my body that I never even knew about.. The Dash Poem.. By Linda Ellis.. I read of a man who stood to speak.. At the funeral of a friend.. He referred to the dates of her tombstone.. From the beginning to the end.. He noted that first came the date for her birth.. And spoke the following date with tears,.. But he said what mattered most of all.. Was the dash between those years.. For that dash represents all the time.. That she spent alive on earth.. And now only those who loved her.. Know what that little line is worth.. For it matters not how much we own;.. The cars, the house, the cash,.. What matters is how we live and love.. And how we spend our dash.. So think about this long and hard.. Are there things you’d like to change?.. For you never know how much time is left,.. That can still be rearranged.. If we could just slow down enough.. To consider what’s true and real.. And always try to understand.. The way  ...   I would drown.. That s when I made my decision, I started on my little mission.. I am going to A.. A.. meetings where I can get help and care, it really has made me become very aware.. I sit and listen to people of all kinds, like me they thought they were losing their minds.. They were like me, they lived in fear, but they are all getting themselves into gear.. They re happy people now, they don t need a drink.. Not like the ship that s about to sink.. I am only learning now how to cope, dont live in fear but live for hope.. I still feel unwell, but not as bad, I don t feel as lonely, and I dont feel as sad.. I feel I don t need a drink, I really need god, for a drink to most people is only a cod.. It fools your mind in every way, it brings you down day by day.. If you can t remember the night before, when you drink to much you become a bore.. I lost the respect of people when I drank, an my own feelings just sank.. I can bring my children to school and feel pride, because I do not drink anymore, I have nothing to hide.. To see their happy faces, I missed out on for so long, makes me feel so happy that my drinking days are finally gone.. I hope and pray to god each night, to keep me sober and give me the strength to fight.. I know if I started to drink today, my fears would be here and not gone away.. So I thank god and my friends and my family for this, only for them a lot of life I would miss.. By A.. M.. S.. What T.. is doing for me , teaching me to live a good life, let go of my past and to become free.. When I started T.. it really meant alot to me, helping me along in my recovery.. From the support from my key worker, facilitators and my peers, helping me so much to overcome my fears.. I am tought how to manage anxiety, panic and low self asteam together we do this as a team.. We used drink and drugs as we were people in dispear, we belive nobody bothered about us or even cared.. But now in T.. were using our copeing skills, we put in the work as our lives fullfil.. I like many was reaching out for help, for years until i found T.. dealing with the outside world not projecting into my fears.. Im learning now to cope, don t live in fear, live in hope.. has given me the tools, all I have to do is listen and learn and abide by the rules.. We work on anxiety, parenting, self esteem, arts and crafts as a team.. only for T.. taking me on for the first time in my life I feel like I belong.. Its like the battle of the sinking ship that I wrote, If I wasn t apart of T.. I d still feel like the wreackage of that boat.. has helped me in so many ways, as I am looking forward to sober happier days.. has brought people together as a team, and all of those people followed their dream.. Some people became councellers, facilitators, what they wanted to be, all because of being a member of T.. by A.. The Camera.. In the darkest room, on our darkest night,.. it s possible to find that light,.. To help enable our development,.. Exposure is needed to heal our past,.. Focus is needed to seal our future,.. Our picture will remain the same in the eves of those that know us best.. Therefore we must provide a new lense to alter the clarity of what they believe they see,.. One click of a button,.. One mistake in time,.. Trapped on paper for ever,.. Immortalized in their mind,.. Until the paper is exposed to the chemicals and the dark it remains blank,.. Most people only get one chance and follow the path they find, until they find their end,.. Yet here we sit, with a blank undeveloped sheet,.. Exposed to either few or no chemicals,.. A second chance, a second path,.. Help the person next to you both find and remain on that second path,.. For each person that deviates is yet another unexposed photograph,.. And each non-exposure endangers the picture next to you,.. Life through a lense is a very hard thing indeed,.. Yet it is still definitely a life worth living.. by RD.. Participants Page.. Participants Page 2010..

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  • Title: History Of Kiltalown House at Tallaght Rehabilitation Project
    Descriptive info: The History of Kiltalown House.. Kiltalown House means Church of the Elms and it is a suitable name for this ancient townland.. The old church existed until the 17th Century.. In 1800 John Carpenter, the then owner of the land, demolished it completely and on the old foundations built a house in Queen Anne s style called Kiltalown House.. In the past Kiltalown House has had many tenants.. The house and lands were only owned by four people over the years, James Robinson, Joseph T.. Pratt, John Robinson and W.. Jolley.. The Jolley family was the last dynasty to inhabit the house.. Mr.. W.. Jolley bought the land and house from the Robinson s and lived there until 1987.. In 1987 the Jolley family gave the house and the remaining land to Dublin County Council.. The house was badly damaged in a fire in 1988, the house was repaired and has been a great asset to the whole community as it was used for community work and also as a creativity centre.. Its coming  ...   House on the 18th July 2005.. Tallaght Rehabilitation Project does ongoing repairs to the house but has kept its character; it is now slightly more modern and pleasantly welcoming.. Kiltalown House and gardens are ideal surroundings for the specialist therapeutic work that is provided at TRP.. Kiltalown has some fine architectural features.. The portico has a pair of Doric columns and full entablature, and the doorway has a carved timber surround with fanlight.. Kiltalown has a hipped slate roof and extensions and barns/outbuildings at the side - to the rear of the house.. Archaeological Findings.. A part of the pale, the medieval ditch that surrounded Norman Dublin was discovered in the grounds of Kiltalown House.. The Pale Ditch, dated from the Act of Parliament in 1794.. It was an extensive archaeological find and it was recorded and validated by the Office of Public Works in February 1996.. An Urn and the fragment of a larger one was found in 1848 in the town land of Kiltalown and are now in the National Museum of Ireland..

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