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Dublin Simon Community works to prevent and address homelessness in Dublin. We provide services at all stages of homelessness and enable people to move to a place they can call home.

The organisation was founded by a group of Trinity and UCD students in 1969, who began by providing much-needed soup and sandwiches to people who were sleeping rough in Dublin city centre. We still provide the Dublin Simon Soup Run, 365 nights of the year, but things have moved on since then and our range of services reflect the contemporary needs of people who are homeless in Dublin.

In addition to the Soup Run, Dublin Simon provide many services which aim to help those who are sleeping rough on the streets, people who are in their own accommodation – and those who are at any of the stages in between.

These services include the Rough Sleeper Team who engage with those sleeping rough on the streets and provide referrals; emergency accommodation; specialist health, addiction treatment and learning services; help for people to make the transition out of homelessness, and supporting people in their own homes.


Item Type
Report
Date
2010
Pages
15 p.
Publisher
Dublin Simon Community
Corporate Creators
Dublin Simon Community
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Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)
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