Cuan Mhuire Volunteer Open Day On November 22 2014

Everyone wins when people do a little for others.

Volunteering nourishes our spiritual side since it’s about giving

Are you:

An experienced professional who believes you have a lot more to give that is untapped?

Are you a young person with lots of ideas or new skills but no opportunity to make use of them?

Are you in the business world but really want to also make a difference to your fellow humans?

Do you like to teach others?

Have you ever considered volunteering as an opportunity to nourish that inner desire to make a difference?

Cuan Mhuire is about delivering change, healing and love to people impacted by addiction and their families.

Running a service that has worked with over 75,000 people is a costly business. Volunteers are the helping hand that keeps costs down.

More importantly, volunteers give hope to the residents and staff of Cuan Mhuire as it tells them that people genuinely care about them.

Volunteers have been Cuan Mhuire’s greatest strength since it's foundation.

Cuan Mhuire deeply appreciates and welcomes volunteers. If you would like to be part of Cuan Mhuire’s mission, come along to our;

Volunteer Open Day in Cuan Mhuire Athy, Co.Kildare on Saturday 22nd November between 2pm and 5pm for more information.

Welcome To Cuan Mhuire

Cuan Mhuire is Ireland’s largest voluntary provider of Rehabilitation Treatment for individuals suffering from addiction and other related issues.  Since its formation in 1966 by Sr. Consilio, Cuan Mhuire has treated over 75,000 people.  Its main objective is the rehabilitation of persons suffering from alcohol, drug and gambling addictions.

At any one time Cuan Mhuire has 600 people in treatment through their nationwide centres in Bruree, Co. Limerick; Farnanes, Co. Cork; Athy, Co. Kildare; Coolarne, Co. Galway and Newry, Co. Down.

A registered charity (CHY6648), with full ISO 9001:2008 Certification, our philosophy believes the place and setting within which the programme is offered is just as important as the programme itself.  Cuan Mhuire also provides life skills and personal development within the treatment programme.

A sense of belonging and inclusiveness is central to Cuan Mhuire.

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Detox, treatment and rehabilitation from addiction in alcohol, drugs and gambling.

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