The Peter McVerry Trust will offer a number of vehicles to help homeless people in their emergency shelter during the visit of Pope Francis.
The charity said traffic disruptions and the huge number of people traveling in and out of Dublin can make it difficult for people to find emergency shelters in hotels on the outskirts of the city.
"We have the DRHE /[Dublin Region Homeless Executive/] if it were necessary, our vehicles would be available through the free phone service to transport people in homelessness to their emergency shelters, "he said.
The charity said that it & # 39; self-assured & # 39; is that its homeless services will not be negatively affected by the papal visit and that all families that need homeless services will be able to get the right support.
The trust has reserved "protected accommodation" for emergency presentations at the late evening.
The DRHE said it has purchased a large number of extra rooms for the visit, along with additional staff that have run to work.
Pat Doyle, CEO of the Peter McVerry Trust, said: "We have coordinated and prepared our response to the papal visit in recent weeks, and we have approached the event in a similar way to our response to major incidents such as Storm Emma or Storm Ophelia. .
"When we have completed our plans, we continue to connect with the DRHE several times a day to adequately respond to support needs."
Doyle said that frontline staff planned their trips to and from work, taking into account traffic restrictions and extra traffic volumes.
"We also worked with our employees to ensure that we anticipate every impact on the 750 people and 74 families who have access to our homeless shelter services every night in Dublin," he said.
"This includes people who may be attending rental visits, clinics, training sessions or presentations, and we support people with their plans for the days when traffic restrictions have been set."
The first intake team of the charity, which works with rugged sleepers, has been advised by civil authorities and has access to all necessary areas.