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HAIL Partnership with Dublin Institute of Technology

By: webtradeadmin
Posted on: 07-Mar-2019
Filed under: News
In early spring, HAIL became a community partner with DIT, Kevin St., working alongside a group of third year Human Nutrition and Dietetics students to examine nutrition and mental health.

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HAIL Shortlisted for Two Prestigious Awards

By: webtradeadmin
Posted on: 07-Mar-2019
Filed under: News
We were pleased that our Annual Report was shortlisted for the third year running for the Good Governance Awards 2018. Being shortlisted for the Awards is a recognition of HAIL’s efforts to comply with the highest governance standards.

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Peer Support Celebration

By: hailadmin
Posted on: 07-Mar-2019
Filed under: News
In December we held an event at the Central Hotel on Exchequer Street to celebrate our Peer Support Volunteers and to thank them for all of their hard work and dedication throughout the year. 

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HAIL United

By: webtradeadmin
Posted on: 05-Mar-2019
Filed under: News
HAIL United are continuing to grow from strength to strength and are always looking for new players to join the team. The team meet for training sessions every second Wednesday afternoon at 4pm in the Inspire Fitness Centre in Cabra. The team are continuing to organise tournaments and arrange fixtures with other teams on a regular basis. If you are interested in joining the team, contact our Peer Volunteer Patrick on 087 358 1229.

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John's Story

By: HAIL
Posted on: 01-Mar-2019
Filed under: News
John became homeless in 1992 due to alcohol addiction and following a breakdown of relationships with his family. On becoming homeless, John spent some years living in hostels, however, drug use was rampant in the hostels so he began to sleep rough on the streets of Dublin, in parks and squatting in old buildings. John returned to live in a hostel two years ago. As per hostel rules, he would have to leave by 10am in the morning and could not return until that evening. As a result, John was hanging around street corners, drinking heavily with nowhere to go and nothing to do.

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