The Scrappy but Happy Exhibition

The Scrappy but Happy exhibition runs from November to December in Powerscourt Townhouse Centre.   Dublin Simon Community is delighted to launch the 9th Edition of Scrappy but Happy! Since 2011, the Scrappy but Happy project has showcased the amazing creative talents by people who access Dublin Simon Community’s homeless and housing services with a […]

Dublin Simon Community’s Weather Warning Response

Dublin Simon Community is putting in place a number of additional emergency measures this week to protect people experiencing homelessness in anticipation of any impact of Storm Lorenzo and subsequent weather warnings. Dublin Outreach Dublin Outreach, our street outreach service provided by Dublin Simon Community in partnership with the Dublin Region Homeless Executive, will deliver […]

Rise Up – World Cup 2019 Rugby Breakfast in aid of Dublin Simon Community

Calling all rugby fans! Rugby fever has officially hit and if you didn’t land a ticket to the game or couldn’t handle the 6,000 mile trip, join Dublin Simon Community at D Two for the first Ireland game of the tournament as Ireland take on Scotland. D Two are hosting a rugby breakfast briefing all […]

Launch of Dublin Simon Community Annual Review – Minister Murphy announces green light for new 100 bed facility

Annual Review highlights that Dublin Simon Community supported over 1,560 households (3,404 people) from being in emergency accommodation in 2018. At today’s launch of the Annual Review Minister Eoghan Murphy announced the development of a 100-bed Medical Treatment & Recovery Facility at Ushers Island for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The […]

Homeless Mental Health Advocacy Movement

The Homeless Mental Health Advocacy Movement was previously known as the Mental Health Reform Project and was a working partnership between Mental Health Reform and clients in Dublin Simon Community to campaign for better mental health services. Since 2015, The Mental Health Reform Project has worked on a report ‘Homeless and Mental Health: Voices of […]

Ross Byrne: Home is where the heart is

Leinster star encouraging public to back Simon Home Run Leinster and Ireland rugby player Ross Byrne is calling on running and walking enthusiasts to make a real difference this spring. The out-half star wants to see thousands of people lace up their running shoes and join the movement for homes by registering for the Simon […]

Simon Services Shortlisted in AONTAS STAR Awards

Dublin Simon Community are delighted to have two of our services nominated in the AONTAS STAR Awards (Showcasing Teamwork, Awarding Recognition). Our Participation and Development Service has been shortlisted in the Social Inclusion category with our Health and Wellbeing service also shortlisted under the Health and Wellbeing category. These awards are co-ordinated as part of […]