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.


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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