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I Feel I Am at Risk of Homelessness
We understand that people can be at risk of homelessness due to a number of factors including low income, falling behind in rent or mortgage payments, debt, unemployment, relationship breakdowns, physical or mental health problems, alcohol or drug misuse and difficulties with sexual orientation.
If you fear that you are at risk of homelessness, choose the question below that best describes your current situation and read our advice on what you should do. If you need further support or advice, you can get in touch with our team by completing our online referral form or alternatively, you can phone our office on 091381828.
If you are behind with your mortgage, you may be worried about losing your home. Talk to your lender or if you can’t, talk to MABS. MABS have a dedicated, confidential, free and independent mortgage arrears service. They are a one stop shop for mortgage debt advice and referrals. Their contact number is 0761072000.
If you have received have received notice of a rent increase which you are struggling to afford, Threshold can provide professional advice and guidance in relation to your options. Contact Threshold on 091-563080.
Once you have been accommodated and you want to move on from emergency accommodation, you can make a referral to our services by completing our online referral form or by contacting our team on 091 381828.
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