Established in 2002 through the Bray Local Drugs Task Force (BLDTF)’s Action Plan and we server the communities most affected by the problems associated with drugs/alcohol misuse.Read More
BCAT is managed by a voluntary Board of Directors and delivers its essential services through the employment of 12 staff, Tus workers and a number of volunteers.Read More
Should you or a member of your family have a problem with alcohol or drugs,
please feel free to contact us at the numbers listed or email email@example.com
If you have a problem with drugs and/or alcohol you can avail of a range of services including the Drop In, where you can access food, shower and laundry facilites and get assistance from one of the project workers on issues you may have on any given day. If you are an IV drug user you can avail of our Needle Exchange Service in Boghall Road, Monday to Friday 10am until 5pm. If you would like One-to-One Support you can avail of our key-working/case management service. In addition BCAT can offer you other supports such as Outreach and Home Visits. For more information on the BCAT approach and the evidence based interventions and approaches which we use, go to the section on Our Approach, for more information on services go to Services section and for more information on mutual aid support go to the section on SMART Recovery
SMART Recovery is the leading self-empowering addiction recovery support group. Participants learn tools for addiction recovery based on the latest scientific research and participate in a world-wide community which includes free, self empowering, science based mutual help groups.
The SMART Recovery 4-Point Programme offers tools and techniques for each programme point.
For more information on SMART Recovery, meetings in Bray, and the SMART Recovery National Pilot go to the SMART Recovery link on this site.
If you want to look closer at SMART Recovery go to www.smartrecovery.ie
If you are the relative (mother, father, partner) of a person with a drug/alcohol problem, BCAT can offer you support on a one-to-one and/or on a group basis. If you are living with or have close contact with a loved one who refuses to get help for themselves you can avail of the Community Reinforcement and Family Training Programme (CRAFT) on a one-to-one and/or on a group basis. Go to the CRAFT section on this site for more information.
We can also offer The Five Step Method. This is a brief intervention which focuses on self care for family members. Go to www.fsn.ie for more information.
Whatever your need we encourage you to make contact with us, whether for information, advice, or to link in with for one to one and/or group support.
If you are in prison for a drug/acohol related crime and drugs/alcohol are a problem for you can avail of the Prison Links service. The Prison Links Worker will work with you on:
You can contact the Prison Links worker on the BCAT number.
For more information on this service go to the Prison Links page on this site.
Monday 10.00AM - 12;30 PM, 2.00 - 4.30 PM
Tuesday 10.00AM - 12:30 PM, 2.00 - 4.30 PM
Wednesday Drop In Closed (U18s Keyworking Only)
Thursday 10.00AM - 12;30 PM, 2.00 -4.30 PM
Friday 10.00AM - 12;30 PM, 2;00 -4.30 PM
Saturday 12.30PM - 3.30 PM
Wendesday 2.00PM - 5PM
Please note BCAT's Dublin Road Drop in will open on all Bank Holiday Saturday from 12.30 to 3.30pm
One to One Keyworking Meetings will run from Monday to Friday from 10AM to 1pm & 2PM to 5PM in both Offices with the excepion of Wednesday mornings in our Boghall office
Our needle exchange service will run as normal Monday to Friday in Boghall.
If you are in crisis you can contact us on 012764692 or on firstname.lastname@example.org