Housing Association for Integrated Living

The Housing Association for Integrated Living (Hail) was founded in 1985 as a result of an initiative by members of St. Brendan’s Mental Health Association and others following the preparation of the report, Let's Look at Housing. This report identified the housing needs of single socially vulnerable persons, some of whom had been patients in hospital or other institutions and often have difficulty in coping on their own, or at least need start up help to integrate into the community.

In the following years the association has both purchased and built homes in the city and county of Dublin for people with mental health needs.

HAIL has since developed into a successful voluntary housing association and at present provides long-term housing with personal supports for 170 people in the greater Dublin area. HAIL provides housing and support solutions, enabling all of our tenants to live in their homes and communities with self-respect and independence.

Contact Information: 

Housing Association for Integrated Living
Second Floor, Central Hotel Chambers, 7 – 9 Dame Court, Dublin 2

tel: 01 - 671 8444
fax: 01 670 3265

Email: 

Date Entered/Updated: 

30/05/08

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