The Dublin Region Homeless Executive is provided by Dublin City Council as the lead local authority in the response to homelessness in Dublin
and adopts a shared service approach across South Dublin County Council, Fingal County Council and Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.

Dublin Joint Homelessness Consultative Forum

Dublin Joint Homelessness Consultative Forum and Management Group

 

Critical to successfully implementing this homeless action plan is the continuing need for leadership and partnership working at Local and Central Government level and through working in partnership with local communities.

 

The following lists the membership of the Dublin Joint Homelessness Consultative Forum and Management Group, who continue to commit themselves to keeping the service user central to all decision making.

 

  • Dublin City Council
  • Health Service Executive
  • South Dublin County Council
  • Fingal County Council
  • South Dublin County Council
  • Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council
  • Department of Social Protection
  • The Homeless Network
  • The Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH)
  • The Irish Prison Service
  • The Irish Probation Service
  • The City of Dublin Vocational Educational Committee (CDVEC)

 

Dublin Region Homeless Executive (DRHE)

 

The DRHE is a shared service operating under the aegis of Dublin City Council, as the lead statutory authority in the Dublin region, in respect of the co-ordination of responses to homelessness. The DRHE provides a range of supports and services to the Dublin Joint Homeless Consultative Forum and Management Group. It has specific responsibilities for the operational coordination of this homeless action plan, regional service provision and the disbursement of Section 10 funding for homeless services and in commissioning new service provision. It also provides a range of shared services to the sector as well as to Central Government departments via the implementation of a National Shared Client Database, namely Pathway Accommodation Support System (PASS) and the development of a National Quality Standards Framework for Homeless.