Housing-Homelessness

New Hope Residential Centre

New Hope provides a framework through which service users are assigned a key worker and offered a range of integrated supports tailored to meet their needs and create an individual rehabilitation pathway.

Website: https://nhrc.ie/

North and East Housing Association

'Making a positive difference to peoples’ lives by providing quality homes and supporting communities.'

North & East Housing Association was established in 1992 by a small number of highly committed volunteers who recognised a need for a locally based mainstream housing association in the north east of the country and as such became one of the first Irish home grown housing associations in Ireland.

Right of Place Second Chance

Supporting Survivors of Institutional Child Abuse and their Families
Right of Place second chance is a vision and values driven organization which offers a professional service to its members. We support their entitlements and Rights by empowering them through the promotion of trust, respect and self confidence. We provide practical help and offer a forum for communication, information, validation, peer support and encouragement to all survivors who suffered as children in State run institutions.

Safe Home Ireland

Safe Home Ireland was set up as a Pilot Project in January 2000 by a local GP and our current Chairperson, Dr. Jerry Cowley. At that time, as a rural GP and Chairman of a Voluntary Housing scheme based in Mulranny, a number of people enquired about the possibility of their elderly relatives returning home to live in their native area. Publicity around the Pilot Project increased with queries coming from all over the world, highlighting the demand and need for a separate organisation.

Simon Communities in Ireland

The Simon Communities throughout Ireland provide the best possible care, accommodation and support for people experiencing homelessness and those at risk. Together, with people who are homeless, Simon tackles the root causes, promotes innovative responses and urges the government to fulfil their commitments.

Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) was founded in Ireland in 1844. It is the largest voluntary charitable organisation in Ireland.  During its history it has helped people in need through a Famine, a Civil War, a War of Independence, two World Wars and several economic recessions.

Our focus is on practical approach to dealing with poverty, alleviating its effects on individuals and families through working primarily in person-to-person contact by a unique system of family visitation and seeking to achieve social justice and equality of opportunity for all citizens. 

Sophia Housing Association

Sophia Housing is a weaving of holistic support for  marginalised people to enable them to become aware of their own inner strengths and potential, so that they may participate fully in society.

The aim of our association is to provide low-cost affordable housing enabling all persons to live independent lives with varying degrees of support. We aim to provide an integrated service for women and men who would otherwise be unable to set up home on their own and to help them develop their fullest potential, and to become responsible citizens.

South County Co-operative Housing Society Ltd

The society is a not-for-profit member/user housing co-operative, affiliated to the National Association of Building Co-operatives, with member/residents (families and single persons) in social rented housing estates and apartment buildings in Clondalkin, Lucan, Tallaght and Ballyogan. The Society also provides child-care services in its co-operative housing estates at Lucan and Brookview.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army objectives are: The advancement of Christian Religion, of education, the relief of poverty, and other charitable objects beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole.

These aims are summed up in the International Mission Statement which says: "The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by love for God. Its mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in his name without discrimination".

Threshold

Threshold works for justice on housing and homelessness by:

Providing immediate help and advice through Threshold's Housing Advice Centres.

Engaging in preventative work by encouraging better management practices for both private and public housing, developing education and training programmes and publishing information leaflets.

Tackling the underlying causes of housing problems by conducting research, developing housing initiatives and campaigning for change.