Homeless Accommodation

Rebuilding Ireland

A person may be considered to be homeless if:

(a) there is no accommodation available which, in the opinion of the authority, he, together with any other person who normally resides with him or who might reasonably be expected to reside with him, can reasonably occupy or remain in occupation of,


(b) he is living a hospital, county home, night shelter or other such institution, and is so living because he has no accommodation of the kind referred to in paragraph (a), (c) he cannot provide accommodation from his own resources. 

If you are Homeless you may contact the Housing Department at 090 6637100 or alternatively you may present at the Housing Department, Áras an Chontae, Roscommon to seek assistance.

Ensure contact is made as early as possible in the working day and where possible bring identification documents.