Fifteen people were homeless in Carlow in June
There were ten people homeless in Carlow in July, according to the latest figures from the Department of Housing.
The number of people living in emergency accommodation in Carlow was down from fifteen in June.
Nationally, the number of people accessing emergency accommodation in the month of July was up 19 on the previous month.
The figures show there were 9,891 people living in hotels, bed and breakfasts and family hubs in July, up from 9,872 people in June.
The figures consisted of 6,024 adults and 3,867 children.