Housing

Housing and developments

OUR VISION

A society that promotes and protects good mental health for all, and that those experiencing mental health difficulties are treated with respect and compassion in a fair, just and positive manner.

Cork Mental Health Housing Association has been working with Local Authorities, the HSE and other Mental Health Voluntary Agencies in the area of Housing for over 60 years.

We undertake developments in consultation with the Health Service Executive (HSE) and our dwellings are occupied by applicants who are nominated by the HSE Mental Health Services Team.

We are a registered approved housing body with the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. Cork Mental Health Housing Association complies with the Voluntary Regulatory Code for Approved Housing bodies.

Our Housing: 

If you need more information about housing, please contact:

Office:

admin@corkmentalhealth.com
021 451 1100

Tenancy Sustainment Officer (TSO)

The Tenancy Sustainment Officer (TSO) is run under our Housing Association and is jointly funded through The Housing Agency by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage and the Mental Health Division of the HSE.

The TSO works in close collaboration with local authorities, local Mental Health Teams, other Approved Housing Bodies and engages with local voluntary and statutory agencies to ensure tenants have access to appropriate Community Supports to facilitate independent living.

The TSO supports people with mental health difficulties to live more independently within their community. The TSO and the tenant work together to improve their skills and confidence by providing support and guidance to improve their living environment and to sustain their tenancies and prevent homelessness.

If you need more information about this role, please contact:

Office:

admin@corkmentalhealth.com
021 451 1100

How to access our Housing?

If you would like more information on any of our housing or on how to apply for our housing please contact the office on 021 4511100 or e-mail admin@corkmentalhealth.com for an application form.