Rutland Centre marks 40-year anniversary

22nd July, 2018
Maebh Mullany, Rutland Centre chief executive

More than 10,000 people have availed of the addiction recovery services offered by the Rutland Centre in the 40 years since its launch in 1978, it has been announced.

Established initially in Clondalkin by founder Raphael Short, the centre relocated to Knocklyon House in south Dublin in 1983.

It provides residential and outpatient treatment for all types of behavioural and substance addictions.

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