Help vital addiction treatment service Cuan Mhuire

Annual walk in aid of service which has centre near Laois

Leinster Express Reporter


Leinster Express Reporter


Cuan Mhuire Walk

Nicola Kelly and Liam McLoughlin, Joint Head of House, Cuan Mhuire Athy at the launch of the 2017 Cuan Mhuire Annual Hillwalk, taking place on 1st July in Tinahely, Co.Wicklow. Pic: Michael Sullivan

Cuan Mhuire residential treatment for people suffering from addiction and which has a service in Athy on the Laois border is holding its annual Fundraising Hillwalk next week.

The walk take places on Saturday, July 1, encompassing some of Wicklow’s most breathtaking landscapes. 

Some 600 residents are cared for at any one time, with close to 3,000 people being admitted for treatment every year.

Cuan Mhuire also provide a network of Transition Houses across the country, supporting homeless men and women in recovery, until they feel ready for independent living.

Registration on-the-day opens at 9.30am at Riverside Business Centre or pre-register at cuan-mhuire-annual-hillwalk- 2017/ , full details available from or check Cuan Mhuire's website here.

Registration fee: €25 Per Adult (Over 16), €50 per Family (2 Adults + children under 16).