If you need a bed tonight or know someone who is experiencing homelessness or who is at risk of becoming homeless, the first thing you will need to do is contact the relevant Local Authority in order to be eligible for homeless services. Louth County Council Homeless Services can be contacted on 087 418 6000 or 1890 202 303.
We aim to restore dignity and hope by providing care, support and shelter for homeless men, encouraging self-development, independent living and resettlement.
Our hostel in no 35 North Strand provides temporary emergency accommodation for 25 men at any one time.
Our resettlement team adopt a flexible person centred approach to preparing homeless individuals for independent accommodation and supporting them in the community once resettled.
Our advocacy service is available to any individuals who find themselves homeless or at risk of homelessness to defend and safeguard their rights and have their voices heard.
Drogheda Homeless Aid is an approved housing body managing three long-term and two transitional properties put to purpose for people exiting homelessness.
Drogheda Homeless Aid was set up in 1982 by Sr. Cait Fitzgerald to cater for the growing number of homeless people in our community, and since then has provided accommodation, care and support for over 4,000 homeless people, many of whom have resettled into our community and are living independent fulfilled lives.
The hostel at 35, North Strand was officially opened in September 2000 by Minister Dermot Ahern, and was funded by the Department of the Environment and Local Government under the Capital Assistance Scheme.
Drogheda Homeless Aid caters for 25 residents at any one time with 140 men typically staying in the hostel in a typical twelve-month period.
Drogheda Homeless Aid is also a housing association with three long term houses and two transitional houses
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