Providing Support and Services to the Dublin Joint Homelessness Consultative Forum and Statutory Management Group

Let us know about the person you have seen sleeping rough

  • Rough Sleeper Location
    Details of Person Rough Sleeping
  • Your Details

Have you seen someone sleeping rough?

Rough sleeping  is defined as “people sleeping, or bedded down, in the open air (such as on the streets, or in doorways, parks or bus shelters); people in buildings or other places not designed for habitation (such as barns, sheds, car parks, cars, derelict boats or stations)”

Please help us to assist people who are sleeping rough, by letting us know where they are located. We will pass on your information to the Housing First Service who will attempt to make contact with the individual. Use the form below to make your submission.

  • If you meet a person who is sleeping rough and they require medical attention, or if you think the person is aged 18 years or younger, please contact the emergency services immediately at 112 or 999.

Where is the person located?

Drag the marker to the location of the rough sleeper or simply type in the address below.

More about the person sleeping rough

Can you tell us more about the person you have seen sleeping rough? Most of this information is optional, but any details you provide may help us find the individual quicker.

This person must be bedded down, in the open air (such as on the streets, or in doorways, parks or bus shelters); or buildings or other places not designed for habitation (such as barns, sheds, car parks, cars, derelict boats or stations).
  • If you think this person is under 18 years of age please contact the Gardai on 112/999 immediately. They will then contact a local social worker. The HSE is responsible for responding to persons who are aged 18 and under if they are at risk of homelessness or homeless.
E.g., 28/08/2016
E.g., 19:45

Please let us know some of your details

Before submitting your report please fill in your details below.