History:

St Martha’s opened as a Night Shelter in 1996. The service was expanded in 2003 as an 24/7 Emergency Accommodation for men who were experiencing homelessness. Bethany House opened in January 2003 catering for women and children who were out of home at a time of crisis. The service was transferred into Depaul’s care by St. Vincent de Paul in December 2021.

What we do:

The 22-bed emergency accommodation service now welcomes single men and women, as well as couples. Each resident is assigned a keyworker to help assess their needs, create a support plan for their stay with a view to finding the service user a pathway out of homelessness. Residents get daily meals, and can use the cooking facilities and laundry facilities on site. There is a community Liaison Nurse who visits weekly to assess the health needs of Service Users. There is also an addiction nurse who supports residents still in and recovering from addiction. A support worker from Merchants Quay is also a support to the service.

Where we operate:

St Martha’s and Bethany Place are located on the, Kilnasavoge, Dublin Road Longford.

Partners:

Longford County Council and the HSE Community Healthcare Services.

Referrals:

Referrals are accepted through Longford County Council.

Contact Us:

St. Martha’s and Bethany House,
Knockahaw,
Dublin Road,
Longford,
N39 KP60

Email: longford@depaulcharity.net

Phone: +353 43 334 8062

 

 

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