The Dublin Region Homeless Executive is provided by Dublin City Council as the lead local authority in the response to homelessness in Dublin
and adopts a shared service approach across South Dublin County Council, Fingal County Council and Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.

Publications

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The publication of research is an important part of our work. We commission a wide range of research into various aspects of homelessness within the context of our Action Plans. Remember, we also have an extensive library which you can visit in person.

Latest Publications

CCM_Interagency Protocols_Evaluation [Published: 2010]

In addressing the need to have a clear and coherent approach to Care and Case Management, the Homeless Agency Partnership and the Progression Routes Initiative combined their efforts in order to pilot a case management system in selected homeless and drug related service provision. A strong rationale for the implementation of a standardised case management system in both homeless and drug services does indeed exist and this report provides a clear evidence base for such an approach and for the need to mainstream the learning to date. On the basis of a significant amount of effort on the part of both service providers and staff working in the drug and homeless sector, we can extend a simple and clear message which is – care and case management works!

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Homeless Monitor Q4 2016 [Published: ]

CCM_Interagency Protocols_Evaluation [Published: 2010]

In addressing the need to have a clear and coherent approach to Care and Case Management, the Homeless Agency Partnership and the Progression Routes Initiative combined their efforts in order to pilot a case management system in selected homeless and drug related service provision. A strong rationale for the implementation of a standardised case management system in both homeless and drug services does indeed exist and this report provides a clear evidence base for such an approach and for the need to mainstream the learning to date. On the basis of a significant amount of effort on the part of both service providers and staff working in the drug and homeless sector, we can extend a simple and clear message which is – care and case management works!

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Homeless Monitor Q4 2016 [Published: 2016]

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Spring 2017 Rough Sleeper Count [Published: 2017]

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Families who are homeless April 2017 [Published: 2017]

There are currently 1,091 families with 2,262 dependents in homeless accommodation.

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Families who are homeless March 2017 [Published: 2017]

There are 1,069 families with 2,214 dependents in homeless accommodation.

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2016 Homeless Accommodation Use [Published: 2016]

In 2016;

 

  • 6,314 adult individuals accessed homeless accommodation 
  • 1,833 adult individuals moved to Housing
  • 42% of persons had never used homeless accommodation before
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Families who are homeless February 2017 [Published: 2017]

There are 1,055 families homeless in the Dublin Region.

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2016 Q4 Homeless Accommodation Use [Published: 2016]

Over Q4, 2016 4,098 Individuals accessed homeless accommodation. 597 adult individuals moved to housing.

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Homeless Monitor Q3 2016 [Published: 2016]

DRHE Homeless Monitor Q3,2016

 

  1. Number of households moving to tenancies and exiting homelessness
  2. Number of people accessing emergency accommodation
  3. Families in emergency accommodation
  4. Rough Sleeping - persons in contact with Dublin's Housing First Team
  5. Thematic Review: Protecting tenancies and preventing homelessness.

 

 

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2016 Q4 Quarterly Report [Published: 2016]

Quarter 4, 2016 - Dublin Region Protocol Report

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