Simon Dundalk
Everybody has a Right to a Home

About Us

Dundalk Simon Community offers a range of options to people who are experiencing homelessness.
The Gatehouse Project provides accommodation for up to seven rough sleepers nightly. It is open from 9pm to 9am and provides a bed, warmth, a meal and general support.
The Community House offers emergency accommodation and support for up to 25 people. From here people can link into our settlement service and begin the process of getting their own home.
The Day Centre is the base for the administration services. It is a focal point for former residents and people who are living in the Community House or the Gatehouse.
The Crescent Project, which is run in conjunction with the Heath Service Executive, provides a supported home for four adults with an intellectual disability. This is an innovative project in that it bridges a service gap for people with an intellectual disability who find themselves homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
The Simon Shop in Yorke Street is staffed by part time workers, CE and Tús employees and volunteers. It provides an essential support service for Dundalk Simon residents and former residents and is an important source of income for the community.

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