Homeless Services in the Republic of Ireland

A male wearing a Salvation Army fleece with Granby Centre embroidered on it, talks with woman wearing purple coat

There are more than 10,000 homeless people in Ireland, the majority are single adults but there has been an increasing number of families presenting as homelessness in recent months. Breaking the cycle of homelessness is difficult and we constantly seek innovative ways to address this and support people in changing their lives.

My confidence definitely took a knock, but from the moment we moved into The Salvation Army, I felt hopeful.
Paul, 2023

The Salvation Army in Dublin has six lifehouses offering practical support to men and women of all ages: 


With your support we can help more vulnerable people get off the streets


About us Republic of Ireland

An introduction to The Salvation Army in the Republic of Ireland

John's Story

When families become homeless children are the first victims

Fundraising in the Republic of Ireland

Help us in fundraising in the Republic of Ireland

Statement on ONS homelessness deaths figures

Any death of a person is tragic and these figures for England and Wales highlight the impact of the appalling level of homelessness.