Beech House Hostel caters for couples with alcohol or mental health problems, ex-offenders and couples who have stabilised on methadone. Service users must be willing to work towards re-settlement. Agency referrals only, referrals accepted from any agency.
Crosscare – Dun Laoghaire Night Service
Crosscare caters for homeless men and women aged over 30 who have been sleeping rough. The service can accept those with mental health, behavioural or alcohol problems, and those barred from other services. Self referrals, call in person to the shelter anytime after 8.30pm.
Depaul Trust – Orchid House
The project houses up to 20 long-term homeless street drinkers who have failed to or do not wish to stop drinking. The project will accept both men and women over the age of 18 and the average age of residents is mid 40s and can accommodate singles and couples. Additionally, service users are often faced with associated mental health issues, general health issues and low self-esteem. Nominated agencies only, accept referrals from Simon, Focus, Homeless Persons Unit, Multi-disciplinary Team for Homeless People, Night Bus or Crosscare. Referral forms are available from the service.
Depaul Trust – Sundial House
Sundial House's service users include those with a long history of street homelessness and entrenched alcohol use issues. Generally service users are aged 35 years+, but the service is flexible to all age groups and to those with complex needs.
Depaul Trust – Back Lane Hostel
Back Lane caters for single homeless men aged over 26. The service will not accept drug users and men whose behaviour is a risk to staff or residents. Self or agency referral accepted.
Depaul Trust – Clancy Night Shelter
Clancy Night Shelter caters for rough sleepers, both male and female, aged between 18 and 35. Couples Accepted. Individuals may have a history of or be currently involved in drug use. They may also have associated mental health problems. Nominated agency referrals only, the service will accept referrals from the Dublin Simon Community Outreach Team, Focus Ireland Street Outreach Team, Multi-disciplinary Team for Homeless People, Dublin City Council Night Bus and Failtu Open Access Service.
Dublin Simon – Emergency Shelter
The shelter caters for adult homeless rough sleepers. Referrals accepted through referral agencies; Dublin Simon Outreach, and Dublin City Council Nightbus.
Haven House caters for single homeless women and women with children, with support needs. The Service can accept women with alcohol or drug problems. Self and Agency referrals accepted, contact by phone 24 hours.
Iveagh Hostel caters for single homeless men with low support needs. Self or agency referrals accepted. Contact by phone or call in (24 hours).
Maple House caters for single homeless men with low support needs, who are also working towards resettlement. Referrals accepted from agencies only, agencies will be notified via e-mail when vacancies occur.
Morning Star Hostel
Morning Star Hostel caters for homeless men with low support needs. The service can accept men with alcohol and mental health problems. Self or agency referrals accepted, phone between 9am and 8.30pm daily.
Regina Coeli Hostel
The Regina Coeli Hostel caters for single homeless women with or without children. The service can accept those with alcohol, drug or mental health problems. Women aged 16-17 who have children may also be admitted. Self or agency referrals accepted. Phone or call in Monday-Friday, 7.30am to 8.30pm.
Salvation Army – Cedar House Night Shelter
Cedar House caters for single homeless men. The service can accept men with alcohol and/or drug dependencies. Self and agency referrals will be accepted. For self referral please call 1800 724 333 from 7.30pm to book a bed. Agencies phone 01 873 1241 at any time to pre-book new or vulnerable individuals.
Salvation Army – Lefroy House Nightlight
Lefroy House caters for young single homeless people aged 12-18, who may need emergency night shelter accommodation. Referrals accepted from named agencies or from individuals.
Sancta Maria caters for single homeless men with low support needs. The service can accept those with mental health, alcohol and/or drug dependencies. Referrals accepted from the Homeless Persons Unit only. Call in or phone the HPU (Mon-Fri, 2pm-4pm) or contact via the after hours freephone service on 1800 724 724 (5pm-1am).
Women’s Emergency Accommodation & Support
Women’s Emergency Accommodation & Support caters for single adult women with high support needs. Self and agency referrals accepted.