Depaul Ireland provides accommodation and key services to people who many others struggle to work with street drinkers, women in prison, families who others have given up on, those with behavioural, self-harm and addiction problems. We work in Dublin and Belfast to provide accommodation, outreach and training services to homeless and disadvantaged people.
Since 2002 Depaul Ireland has grown from a small Dublin based charity to become a significant leader in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland in addressing homelessness. Depaul Ireland reflects this growth and our increasing reach and potential to develop services across the island.
One of our host projects is "Peter’s Place". It is a 35 bed hostel providing 27/7 accommodation and support to 35 homeless men and women each night between the ages of 18 & 35. It targets those who may have drug dependency and works with them to support them in reducing their usage and accessing other services in order that they may be treated for their addiction.
At Peter’s Place 1 EVS volunteer will work alongside and be part of a team of full time staff and part time volunteers and student placements. The team will work together to provide a safe environment and the best possible service to the young street homeless service users.
Carretera de Sant Vicent del Raspeig, s/n - 03690 Sant Vicent del Raspeig - Alacant - Tel.: 96 590 3400 - Fax: 96 590 3464