St Vincent’s Hostel in Cork is managed by Depaul as emergency short term accommodation for men experiencing homelessness.
The building was purpose built by St Vincent De Paul to provide single rooms accommodation with shared facilities, currently offering 73 beds. St Vincent’s was transferred from SVP to Depaul in 2021.
St Vincent’s is a busy city centre service, providing people with the opportunity to start to move away from homelessness by basic accommodation and other supports. We provide individual rooms with shared facilities such as bathrooms and communal areas, hot meals are available 3 times a day and laundry services are on site.
Our expert staff are on site 24 hours a day, supported by our facilities team, and all residents are appointed a keyworker on arrival. We work closely with the HSE, who operate specialist clinics on site through the Adult Homeless Integration Team for the benefit of those using our services.
St Vincent’s also hosts our B&B outreach support and our Tenancy Sustainment services, working throughout Cork city to support people in temporary accommodation and in maintaining their tenancy where that specialist support is required.
St. Vincent’s is on Anglesea Terrace, adjacent to Cork city centre.
St. Vincent’s is run in conjunction with the HSE and Cork City Council.
Referrals are accepted through Cork Accommodation Placement Service (APS) only.