Only two homeless people have been rehoused by local authorities in the Shannonside region so far this year.
Figures released by the Minister for Housing show four county councils have not provided permanent accommodation to any homeless under the Housing First scheme in 2022.
The Housing First scheme aims to provide those who have experienced homelessness with permanent housing as quickly as possible.
The scheme's aim is to provide 282 new tenancies this year, with 165 having been created to date. Leitrim and Westmeath have not provided permanent accommodation to any homeless so far this year, while Roscommon and Longford have rehoused one person each. Leitrim County Council have stated, however, that they were given a target of three tenancies, which they achieved last year. Cavan and Donegal have also created no new tenancies under this scheme this year. Dublin has rehomed the most people, with 66 finding permanent accommodation this year.
The North-West region, including Donegal, Leitrim, and Sligo, have provided the least, with just two in Sligo.