Providing homes,

tenancy support

and integrated community living

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Tenant Centre

Report any issues you may have, find out about our support services, view our FAQ’s or browse the tenant handbook and more.

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Housing & Development

Find out more about our housing and how to work in partnership with us to help provide more homes.

ABOUT HAIL

HAIL is a specialist housing association providing quality housing and individually tailored support services to our tenants and clients

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missionMission Vision And Values

To provide housing primarily to those with mental health difficulties, to integrate and live independent lives in the community.  Learn more.

Support Services

We work directly with those tenants who need additional support to manage their tenancy. Learn more.​

housingHousing Overview

HAIL currently has over 380 dwelling units throughout the greater Dublin area. Learn more.

Funding

HAIL uses a mix of private funding and support from a number of local authorities, view more details here.

I love the freedom I have now.

THE POSITIVE IMPACT

Our Impact

John became homeless in 1992 due to alcohol addiction and following a breakdown of relationships with his family. On becoming homeless, John spent some years living in hostels, however, drug use was rampant in the hostels so he began to sleep rough on the streets of Dublin, in parks and squatting in old buildings. John returned to live in a hostel two years ago. 

READ JOHNS STORY LEARN MORE ABOUT WHO WE HOUSE

HAIL IN NUMBERS

Key Achievements 2019

people463

tenants & clients supported 
 

keys21

new
homes

homes380

homes owned and

managed
by HAIL

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Current Job Vacancies

We’re hiring a Housing Officer
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HAIL marks International Women’s Day with online event

Volunteers, tenants and HAIL staff members got together on March 8th with a special online event to celebrate International Women’s Day via Zoom. The day provided a welcome opportunity for members of HAIL’s Women’s Group to get together following a difficult 12 months of COVID-19 restrictions. The online gathering included a number of guest speakers, music, poetry and a quiz. Kim Gorey, a HAIL Peer Support Volunteer MC’d the event.
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HFA Funding

HAIL are delighted to have been awarded €30k under the HFAs Social Investment Fund. This funding has enabled us to recruit a part time Tenancy & Housing Support Worker who will work with clients with mental health difficulties that have experienced delayed discharge due to on-going accommodation issues. This is a much needed partnership project with the Sligo Leitrim Mental Health Service, Sligo County Council, HAIL and the HFA. Thanks to the HFA we are looking forward to getting started on this project in March.

HAIL Happenings Dec 2020

The winter edition of HAIL Happenings is out now.