Everyone can help fight homelessness
Cork is playing its part
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Homelessness in Cork

Our Outreach Team met 89 people sleeping rough on the streets of Cork in October 2015. An average of over 12 people per night were sleeping rough. So far this year we’ve supported 318 people sleeping rough – a 24% increase compared to the same ten-month period in 2014. Our Outreach Team has supported more people than ever before surviving in squats and people who have no choice but to stay with friends. People deserve better.


Shelter Residency
What We Do

From street to home, Cork Simon Community stays with people for as long as they need us.  Our Homeless Emergency Support Services work with people one-to-one, responding to all of their needs with the aim of housing people as quickly as possible. Our Housing and Support Services work with people to maintain their tenancies in housing appropriate to their needs, and to support them to reconnect with family and the wider community.

Our Annual eReport 2014 is now online

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