ALONE Supportive Housing provides homes to older people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and need a level of support.
Our Support Coordinators work with each resident to coordinate the practical and personal supports they need to live independently. The level of support a resident receives varies as their needs change. Each ALONE home is age friendly, has its own front door and is maintained to a high standard.
Who is ALONE housing for?
People aged 60 and over who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and need a level of support. Applicants must be able to live reasonably independently or with the help of a support package provided by the HSE or another agency.
Living in an ALONE house:
- Staff work with residents to coordinate the supports they need to age in the community.
- Residents are involved in all decisions that affect them.
- Houses are maintained to a high age-friendly standard.
- Communal areas are well maintained.
- Basic furnishing is provided.
- Each resident signs a tenancy agreement
- Residents are free to have guests, have pets and otherwise carry on their lives as they wish.
Why is ALONE housing unique?
We focus on supporting the older people to live independently.
The level of support an older person receives changes with their needs.
Residents can also get involved in the ALONE social events and activities