make change

We are here to help Make Change. If you or your loved ones are struggling from alcohol or drug use, we can help.

We understand that it takes bravery to walk through our doors. We are open, non judgemental and always respectful.

What we do

We are a drug and alcohol support rooted in our community and set up to help those that wish to Make Change in their lives. 

Our Values: Empowered, Fresh, Integrity.

Our team are committed to making positive change happen. Through our work in 2018 we have the following stats.

Adult Clients

Children

Progression & Aftercare

Drop Ins

What we offer

We provide services to those who need help overcoming addiction and wish to make change. We provide aftercare support, counselling, holistics, key working and more.

Our News

Find out more about what is going on in Frontline Make Change.

Community Prison Links Practitioner

We are currently recruiting for the role of Community Prison Links Practitioner.  In this exciting role you will work with people affected by addiction within the prison system and support their transition / re-integration back into their local community.  For a job...

Can you Make a Difference? – Childcare Team Leader Role

We are currently hiring a Team Leader for our Children's Project.  In this varied and exciting role you will have overall responsibility for the management of the staff and children in our Children's Project.  If you feel you have the qualifications, skills and...

Women’s Mini Marathon!

Well done to the members of our Family Support Group who took part in the Women's Mini Marathon over the June bank holiday weekend.  Raising awareness about the Family Support Group here in IBCAT which provides vital support, education and guidance for our...

Launch of Strategic Plan 2018-2021

Following the launch of our Strategic Plan 2018 - 2021 in Richmond Barracks on Wednesday 23rd of May.  Our plan is available to view here.  Our thanks to Minister Catherine Byrne for launching the plan for us.      

Annual Report 2017

Our Annual Report for 2017 is now available for viewing.  Please click here

Addiction Practitioner Post

The Inchicore Bluebell Community Addiction Team wish to recruit a full-time Community Addiction Practitioner to join our team! Applications will only be accepted using the completed application form below and must be accompanied by a cover letter.  Please note CV’s...

Men’s SMART Breakfast Morning

  This will take place in Bluebell Youth and Community Centre every Friday The morning will start with a fry served from 10am. This will be followed by a brief group discussion based on “SMART Recovery” principles. We will round off the morning with general...

New Connect Programme Starts Today!

Good luck to all participants who start the first Connect Programme of 2018 today.  Connect is a stabilisation, education, personal development and progression course running two afternoons (Monday & Tuesday 2pm – 4.30pm) and two mornings (Wednesday & Thursday...

Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony this Evening!

  We would love to see you for our Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony this evening Monday 11th December at 6pm.  Music, song, food and a celebrity guest!  Put on your Santa hat and join us for some festive fun and remember those we love. Meet at 5.30pm at...

About Us

Find out more about Frontline Make Change. 

Frontline Make Change  is borne out of our belief that every single person has the capacity to change their path in life, but most importantly, to take ownership of that journey with the help and support of a wider community. 

When you make your first step, we are here to turn it into meaningful change.

Call us (01) 4736502

Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Online Referral Form

To make a Referral online, please click on the form icon below. The Service User will then be contacted to arrange an assessment.

From Our Clients

What our clients say about Frontline Make Change.

“Without it I wouldn’t be here, it gives me great support.”

Service User

Speaking about Frontline, Keyworking & Drop In

“I’ve done a 12-week course, which has helped me so much with refusal skills and how to identify my triggers and the staff are amazing friendly non-judgemental and understanding, no matter what your situation is. Which helps a lot. ”

Service User

Graduate, Frontline Connections Programme

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