Stepping Stone provides homes to people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless

 

Stepping Stone provides community based housing with support. Community based housing is where ‘we’ live and homeless accommodation is where ‘they’ live. Stepping Stone aims to bridge the gap between ‘us’ and ‘them’ by providing a service which is completely unique in the homeless sector.

 

We currently are inviting applications for a vacant property in the Dublin 12 area. Click on the button to apply . Application closes 5pm Thursday 9th November 2017

 

3,464

ADULTS ACCESSING HOMELESS
SERVICES SOURCE: DUBLIN REGION HOMELESS EXECUTIVE (Q4, 2015)

105

PEOPLE SLEPT ROUGH (SPRING 2015)
SOURCE: DUBLIN REGION HOMELESS EXECUTIVE

31,814

HOUSEHOLDS ON LOCAL AUTHORITY
HOUSING LISTS ACROSS THE 4 DUBLIN
AUTHORITIES
SOURCE: HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT 2013,
HOUSING AGENCY 

1,834

HOUSEHOLDS DEFINED AS HOMELESS ARE
ON LOCAL AUTHORITY HOUSING LISTS
ACROSS THE 4 DUBLIN AUTHORITIES
SOURCE: HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT 2013,
HOUSING AGENCY

What we do:

Stepping Stone provides affordable accommodation to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We own properties across Dublin and offer a fixed term lease with support. We work with each tenant towards a sustainable, independent long-term home. We do this in partnership with Dublin Local Authorities and homeless and advocacy services. Stepping Stone seeks to deliver an innovative housing solution in a professional, client centred and honest way. We set out to ensure that those we work for have access to appropriate and safe accommodation and are given practical supports in an open way.

We provide each tenant with an individualised support plan based on a personalised assessment. Through this support we aim to enhance a person’s tenancy and underpin their future successes in accommodation. Our long term goal is to see our tenants move onto ‘something better’.

It is our ambition to continue to deliver and develop our meaningful and practical service to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We do not keep people in homelessness and homeless accommodation but emphasise community and inclusion.