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Important Information (Links) for Service Users

Accommodation Placement Unit
City Hall,
Cork City Council
Telephone: 021-4924248


Opening Hours: Mon-Fri, 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm

Department of Social Protection

Hanover Quay
T: 021 480 6800
F: 021 427 3770
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Rent Supplement is paid to people living in private rented accommodation who cannot afford the cost of their accommodation from their own resources.

Opening Hours: 9:15am to 5pm (Monday to Thursday) 10:15am – 4:30pm (Friday)

One Stop Shop Cork
94 South Main Street
Cork City
Free phone: 1800 497 497
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The OSS Cork provides services to men and women who have experienced or are currently experiencing domestic violence. It provides a free and confidential service that includes: Information; Support; Referral; Advocacy; Accompaniment.

OSS CORK is open from 9am to 1pm (Monday to Friday).

Important Information (Links) for Service Users

Arbor House Treatment Centre and Community Counselling Service                  
St. Finbarr’s Hospital
Douglas Road
Cork City
T: 021 496 8933

Services Provided: Consultation/assessment Family programmes Methadone treatment, Out-patient treatment for drug/alcohol addicted adults and young people

Cork County Council
Hap Unit, Housing Dept, Floor 4, Cork
T: 021 428 5079/021 428 5111/021 428 5368/021 428 5321
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Threshold Advice Centre
22 South Mall, Cork
T: 021 427 8848
F: 021 480 5111
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Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 9.30-1pm & 2pm-5pm
Manager: Niall Horgan

Cuanlee Refuge
Kyrls Quay, Cork City,
T: 021 427 7698,
Public T: 021 427 7594
24-hour helpline: 021 427 7698
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Guide to Homeless Services in Cork
Homeless Office
T: 021 492 4249
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The Cork City Homeless Forum has produced a guide to homeless emergency services for over 18’s in Cork.
Download the PDF Guide to Homeless Emergency Services