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Louth group outlines the reality of drug debt intimidation as families face ‘petrol bombs and death threats’

Family Addiction Support Network speak to Oireachtas Mental Health Committee on impact of substance misuse

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The Family Addiction Support Network representatives Jackie McKenna, Gwen McKenna and Marion Sloane pictured with Senator Frances Black and staff from Tabor House, Cork

The Family Addiction Support Network representatives Jackie McKenna, Gwen McKenna and Marion Sloane pictured with Senator Frances Black and staff from Tabor House, Cork

The Family Addiction Support Network representatives Jackie McKenna, Gwen McKenna and Marion Sloane pictured with Senator Frances Black and staff from Tabor House, Cork

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The Dundalk based Family Addiction Support Network (FASN) told of the “chaos, trauma and distress” families endure as a loved one battles addiction, when they appeared before the Oireachtas Mental Health Committee this week.

The shocking reality of drug debt intimidation was laid out by the Dundalk support group, with families facing “petrol bombs and death threats.”


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