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

PPS NUMBER A Personal Public Service (PPS) number is required for all dealings with public services in Ireland, such as the Department of Social Protection and Revenue. Questions about PPS numbers are one of the most frequently raised issues with Same Home Ireland staff. The information below is intended to provide basic information and to

HOUSING

HOUSING Housing is a key concern for almost everyone contacting Safe Home Ireland. Finding appropriate and affordable housing in Ireland can be a challenge, particularly given the ongoing housing crisis. Safe Home Ireland can help to  explain general housing rights and entitlements for people considering moving or returning to Ireland. Safe Home Ireland facilitates a

DRIVING

DRIVING Driving in Ireland can be essential for people who move or return to remote rural areas. The process of applying for a driver's licence, importing a car and meeting national safety standards can take time and cost money. The information below is intended to provide basic information and to help answer your questions about

BANKING

BANKING The process of opening a bank account can be complicated and time consuming. While each bank has different requirements and processes, the information outlined below is relevant to all banks in Ireland. The information below is intended to provide basic information and to help answer your questions about banking. For further details or advice,

HEALTHCARE

HEALTHCARE Access to healthcare services in Ireland for returning Irish emigrants is complex. Each individual will have different circumstances and it may be necessary to get one-to-one advice from Safe Home Ireland staff to fully assess your personal situation. The information below is intended to provide basic information and to help answer your questions about

ABOUT SAFE HOME 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