• St. Brendans Village, Mulranny, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland
  • +353 98 36036
  • info@safehomeireland.com
CONTACT

WE PROVIDE ADVICE, INFORMATION & HOUSING ASSISTANCE TO PEOPLE WHO ARE THINKING OF RETURNING HOME TO IRELAND.

ADVICE & INFORMATION 

Advice & information on all maters relating to returning to Ireland, including social welfare, banking & housing.

OUTREACH

Our outreach team travel across Ireland and the UK, visiting current and potential clients.

HOUSING ASSISTANCE

We liaise with housing associations to secure appropriate housing for qualifying older Irish emigrants returning to Ireland.

CONNECT

Our monthly newsletter is disseminated globally, linking emigrants across the world with Ireland.

ABOUT SAFE HOME IRELAND

Safe Home Ireland is an Irish emigrant support service that provides a range of services to more than 2,000 people each year. We provide an advice and information service, undertake outreach visits and provide housing assistance to eligible applicants.

Safe Home Ireland was established in the year 2000 to assist older qualifying Irish born emigrants to explore the option of returning to live in their native areas. The organisation was set up as a Pilot Project by a local GP and our current Chairperson, Dr. Jerry Cowley.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

Thanks to you all at the Safe Home office and to Brenda for coming all the way down to Cork to help my brother, Pat, with all the important documentation. He is so happy to be home again. Without Safe Home, he would still be here in London, dreaming of life in Cork, so for all of that, I can’t thank you enough.

Coming back to Ireland is what I’ve always wanted. It’s where my heart is and Safe Home were the people to help me do this

Thanks to the Safe Home team for all the help you have given us to start a new life back home in Ireland surrounded by all the new friends and more importantly to be surrounded by our whole family at Christmas for the first time in more than twenty years

The Safe Home Programme CLG, trading as Safe Home Ireland, is supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (Emigrant Support Programme).

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Irish Catholics Bishops Conference in the development of this website.