EVE is a programme within the HSE, whose primary ethos is to provide community-based recovery-orientated programmes for adults who experience mental health difficulties, intellectual difficulties, and Asperger’s Syndrome, and Physical and Sensory disabilities. We do this through our network of Vocational, HUB and Clubhouse services in 20 locations across the HSE Community Healthcare Organisations of Dun Laoghaire & Dublin South East (formerly CHO6), Dublin South, Kildare & West Wicklow (formerly CHO7) and Dublin North City & County (formerly CHO9).
EVE seeks to provide contexts, which support people become active citizens in their local communities by promoting health, wellbeing, learning and social inclusion in quality person-centred community services.
EVE is a department within the HSE that is committed to the provision of effective, safe, high quality health and personal social services in the community. We will achieve this through the delivery of hope-inspiring services that support people achieve personal wellbeing and live a self-determined life as an active citizen and valued member of their local communities.
Click here to view the EVE Strategic Plan 2019 - 2023.
Click here to view the EVE Organisational Chart.