COLD WEATHER FEBRUARY 2021 UPDATE

With extreme weather conditions setting in across the country this week, we at Dublin Simon Community would like to assure our donors and stakeholders that we are doing all we can to support people weathering the storm in homelessness. Our team has more than 50 years’ experience supporting those sleeping rough on the streets of […]

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Homelessness & Mental Health

“The homeless population has always experienced difficulty accessing mainstream mental health services, partially due to many of them presenting with dual diagnosis: ie. a mental health condition together with an addiction problem which the Irish mental health system traditionally sees as two separate problems to be treated in two separate systems, either of which can […]

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Almost six Dublin households became homeless each day since pandemic began

– Analysis shows that between March and September 1,225 families and individuals entered homelessness – Charity launches urgent fundraising appeal as it prepares for a Christmas like no other Dublin, 5 November 2020: Dublin Simon Community today revealed that an average of six household are becoming homeless each day in Dublin since the pandemic began […]

Celebrating 10 Years of Scrappy but Happy

This year, Dublin Simon Community is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its annual book of artwork & poetry, “Scrappy but Happy”. Every year, Scrappy but Happy features a selection of artwork and poetry created by clients of Dublin Simon’s Client Development service, which provides art classes and writing workshops for people experiencing homelessness and addiction. […]

‘Gift-Back’ to those who need it most this Christmas

Dublin Simon Community are delighted to have partnered with GiftBack.ie as an official Gift Back recipient this Christmas.  With many traditional office Christmas parties no longer going ahead due to Covid-19,  Marketing Network Group have launched GiftBack.ie to encourage Irish businesses to donate their unused Christmas party funds to charity this year.   An average of six households are becoming homeless each day in Dublin since the pandemic began and we at Dublin Simon have […]