The Government has announced the reintroduction of restrictions in Kildare, Offaly and Laois. We urge all our residents in the 3 counties to review and adhere to the restrictions detailed on https://www2.hse.ie/con…/coronavirus/local-restrictions.html The health and safety of our tenants and staff is paramount to Tuath Housing, for the next two weeks we will be adapting our work practices and services to follow government guidelines and play our part in keeping everyone safe. Staff from the 3 counties will be working from home, only emergency and urgent repair works will be carried out in the 3 effected counties. We will continue to monitor and respond to government guidance. Any tenants who have concerns please contact our office on 01-6761602.
Tuath Housing confirm that our offices reopened on Monday July 13th.
We have been working hard to ensure that the necessary protocols have been implemented to ensure the health and safety of both our staff and our office visitors.
When visiting one of Tuath’s offices, to ensure staff and visitor safety, we have implemented adequate prevention and control measures, these measures include:
We continue to closely monitor the situation and will be following government guidance to ensure we can continue to offer the best possible service at all times
Office Opening Hours (All offices)
Monday to Friday – 11am to 3pm
Dublin – 01 6761602 / Cork – 021 4273508 / Galway – 091 393280 / Dundalk – 042 9423400 / Emergency Out Of Hours Phone Number: (048) 90421010
For more detailed information regarding Covid 19 please see the HSE website below:https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/newsfeatures/covid19-updates/
Supports during the Covid-19 Crisis
If you are looking for help or advice for yourself or a family member during the Covid-19 pandemic the following phone numbers, email addresses and websites may help you to find the support you need.
Health Service Executive Infoline
Contact the HSE infoline from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Saturday.
Callsave 1850 24 1850 or 041 6850300
Local Community Response Forum
Local assistance with:
– Shopping for food, fuel and other essentials
– Transport to medical appointments
– Delivery of hot meals
– Collection of prescribed medicines
The national number is 0818 222 024. This number is available from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Sunday. You can get the full list of local Community Response Forum numbers here.
Support for older people
ALONE Coronavirus support line 0818 222 024
Senior Helpline 1800 80 45 91
Support for young people, their parents and guardians
Jigsaw Mental health information for young people, their parents and guardians, and those who work with young people.
Freephone 1800 544729 from 1pm to 5pm Monday to Friday.
Text CALL ME to 086 180 3880 with your preferred day and time for a call.
firstname.lastname@example.org – replies 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
Parent Support Line Freephone 1800 910 123 from 10am to 2pm Monday to Friday.
Ireland’s 24-hour national listening service for young people up to the age of 18.
Freephone 1800 666 666 any time.
Text 50101 from 10am to 4pm every day.
Chat online at childline.ie anytime
Support for ethnic minorities and new communities
National Traveller Covid-19 Helpline
Phone or text 083 100 6300. This is a new helpline to deal with Coronavirus (Covid-19) queries for Travellers. This has been organised by the Traveller organisations in the Midlands with the support of the HSE Midlands Traveller Health Unit.
Exchange House Ireland National Traveller Mental Health Service
Telephone and online services and supports are available while face-to-face and group services have stopped. Call 01 8721094 and press 1 from 9am to 5pm every day
Traveller Counselling Service
Online counselling to members of the Traveller community who need support during this time.
Phone 087 126 4606. Information available in English or Romanes/Romanian Mon to Sun, 9am – 9pm
Cairde provides Health Information, Advocacy and Support to people from the continent of Africa; Eastern Europe and the Baltic states, who are living in Dublin. They provide information in English, Chinese, Arabic, Polish, Russian and French.
Call: 01 855 2111, 01 8020785. Email: email@example.com
Phone 01- 8897570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Monday to Friday from 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm.
NCP an independent national network of more than 150 immigrant-led groups comprising 65 nationalities with offices in Dublin and Cork with outreach to other cities. Phone 01 8727842 or email email@example.com Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.
Support for people with disabilities and Carers
Covid 19 support line 0818 559891 (10am – 3pm Monday to Friday)
Family Carers Ireland offers a confidential, friendly and supportive Careline. Freephone 1800 24 07 24. Monday to Friday – 9am – 8.00pm, Saturday – 10.00am – 12 noon.
Mental Health Services
If you are in distress or struggling to cope: Free-phone 116 123 (any time, day or night)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org (for a response within 24 hours)
If you are suicidal or engaging in self-harm:
Free-phone 1800 247 247 (any time, day or night)
Text HELP to 51444 (standard rates apply)
If you need support with your own mood or the mood of a friend or family member:
Free-phone 1800 80 48 48 (from 10am to 10pm daily).
Email email@example.com for a response within 24 hours.
If you need confidential messaging support at any time, day or night:
Text TALK to 086 1800 280 (standard rates may apply).
Support for people living in private rented, local authority and housing association accommodation with a diagnosis of mental ill health. Call 01 6718444
Safe Ireland has a list of local helplines
Emergency help number 01 8662015. Advice and helpline 087 9525217
24 hour helpline 1800 341 900.
Men’s Aid Ireland – 01 554 3811
Placement services (Dublin) 1800 707 707
01 872 0185 Monday – Friday from 7am to 1am, Saturday – Sunday from 4pm to 1am
Provides homeless supports regionally, see the list of regional offices
Supports for tenants
Threshold is a frontline advice and advocacy service for people with housing problems and people at risk of homelessness. Their helpline is 1800 454 454 9am-9pm Monday-Friday
This helpline provides information on available income supports for people impacted by COVID-19. Run by the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP) Call 1890 800 024
For employees and self-employed people who have lost all their employment due to Covid-19.
This is a form of Jobseeker’s Benefit and is an income support payment if you have been temporarily placed on a shorter working week.
This benefit payment is for workers told to self-isolate by a doctor or the HSE due to being a possible source of infection or having been diagnosed with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) by a doctor.