According to a recent report, it has been revealed that there has been arise in the demand of the services for help to the homeless and drug users. The name of the charity institution is Merchants Quay Ireland and it is an organization that provides a range of services such as counseling, vocational training, as well as other educating programs for people in need for help in 11 countries of the world.
They have revealed according to an annual report by the firm that there has been a surge in the demand for services of the firm. They revealed that there was a low seen in the levels of ‘heroin’ usage in the last few months of the last year, but the firm has still dealt with 4300 cases for drug treatment.
This indicates the excess usage of drugs in the vicinity. There is need to bring these levels down by making people aware about the ill effects of drugs so that they can improve their lives and make positive use of it.
"Our response has been to expand and develop our services on the tightest budget possible to meet this need”, said the Chief Executive of the firm, Tony Georghegan.
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