ALONE believes in the right of older people to age at home in safety and security. We provide lifetime tenancies with support, in purpose-built clusters of homes and in houses in the community. ALONE accommodation is warm, comfortable and safe and is served by our own maintenance team. TO DOWNLOAD A DETAILED ALONE HOUSING INFORMATION BOOKLET:
TO DOWNLOAD AN ALONE HOUSING APPLICATION FORM:
Who Is ALONE Housing For?
ALONE accommodation is for anyone who is over 60 and in genuine need of housing or at risk of homelessness. Applicants must be able to live reasonably independently or with the aid of a support package provided by the HSE or another agency.
How Do You Apply For ALONE Housing?
If you are interested in ALONE housing please . Your details will be kept on ﬁle and we will send you an application form when the next suitable vacancy arises, or you can download one at the link above. Applications are assessed and shortlisted by ALONE Housing Support workers. Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed and tenancies allocated on the basis of priority need and individual suitability.
Do ALONE Residents Pay Rent?
ALONE residents pay an affordable rent which can be covered by the social welfare rent supplement.
ALONE Housing Is Home
ALONE maintains its properties to a high standard and looks after communal areas to ensure a pleasant environment. We provide basic furnishings and residents are encouraged to decorate their own homes and to make improvements if they want. Residents sign a simple tenancy agreement and are expected to show consideration to their neighbours. They are free to have guests, keep pets and otherwise carry on their lives as they wish.
We are committed to involving residents wherever possible in decisions which affect them; We invite those who are interested to participate in meetings and to respond to occasional surveys about quality of housing and support.