Each year we publish a research paper based on people using Cork Simon services. To-date our research has focused on people’s mental and physical health, the barriers people face in returning to education and employment, people’s pathways into homelessness and the barriers people face in leaving emergency accommodation and most recently, the challenges people face when trying to find a home.
ACEs and Trauma Informed Care at Cork Simon
Reports on the level of trauma, or Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), among Cork Simon service users and pathways to developing trauma informed services at Cork Simon. For full overview of our findings please see HERE.
EXTRACTED REPORT: ACEs at Cork Simon: Exploring the connection between early trauma and later negative life events among Cork Simon service users.
FULL REPORT: Moving Towards Trauma Informed Care: A Model of Research and Practice
A report exploring the impact of the housing crisis on homelessness. Read real life accounts of people’s attempts to leave homelessness behind.
A report exploring how Cork Simon’s Social Rentals Model of housing can help address the housing and homeless crisis in Cork.
A follow-up paper to our ‘How Did I Get Here?’ report exploring the housing status of the same group of people twelve months later.
A report exploring the sometimes lengthy journeys into homelessness for people staying for long periods of time in our emergency shelter.
A report exploring the many barriers that people who are homeless in Cork face in returning to education and employment.
A Snapshot Study of the health and well-being among women using homeless services in Cork.
A Snapshot Study of the health and well-being among men & women using homeless services in Cork.
A Snapshot Study of the health and well-being among people long-term homeless in Cork.
A report exploring the mental health and related issues of people using homeless services in Cork.