Housing & Welfare Information
We work with
- People at risk of, and experiencing homelessness and struggling to access state and other supports.
- With a focus on social protection, housing, homelessness and health, we provide information on rights and entitlements, and offer advocacy where access to these rights are delayed or denied.
We have a specific focus on migrant rights and entitlements, both EU and non-EU. We provide comprehensive training to organisations working with our client group. We represent migrant issues on various forums working to promote the advancement of migrants and their inclusion in Irish society.
We provide a Roma, Romanian and Polish language clinics with interpreters.
We offer phone, video, email and in-person consultations. In-person consultations are by appointment. Please contact our team to arrange.
Phone: 01 8726775
Clonliffe Family Hub
Supporting families trying to find their own home. This service operates from a community approach, in an atmosphere where all residents have the opportunity to be involved. The aim of the service is to move people out of homelessness and into a long-term sustainable home and have established connections to maintain their new home. We provide supported accommodation for families
Crosscare Haven House is a 24-hour service which provides Supported Temporary Accommodation (STA) for six months to individuals who are homeless that present with complex, medium to high support needs.
Morning Star Avenue, Dublin 7
Cedar House provides Supported Temporary Accommodation (STA), based in Dublin City Centre. The service is a 24-hour service which provides Supported Temporary Accommodation for six months to individuals who are homeless that present with complex, medium to high support needs.
Marlborough Place Dublin 1
Amiens Street provides Temporary Emergency Accommodation in Dublin City Centre, 24 hours a day for women and men over 18 with low to medium support needs.
61/62 Amiens Street, Dublin 1
Bentley House offers supported temporary accommodation (STA) to people experiencing homelessness who are from the Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown County Council area.
1 Bentley Villas,
Echlin House offers a residential home for young people under the age of 18 who are in crisis. Echlin offers a home like environment within a community setting.
Youth Residential Services, South Circular Road, Dublin 8
CLAN (Crosscare Links and Advice Network)
Clan is a Peer led service that works with people who have moved on from Crosscare’s homeless services to live in their own homes.
We use a Peer Support approach to ensure that people leaving services can create new links in their new communities to help them to integrate.
Clan also facilitates social groups in order to curb social isolation and loneliness for those leaving congregated settings.
20-23 Arran Quay