10,172 people were registered as homeless last month, according to the latest government figures.
That's a drop of 81 when compared to May, and the second consecutive month in which the figures have dropped.
Here's the breakdown of the adults how accessed emergency accommodation:
Over the course of June, 3,675 children accessed homeless services.
The number has dropped for the third month in a row.
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy says more needs to be done to bring the numbers down even further:
This is the 3rd month in a row that the number of children in emergency accommodation has fallen. The number of families & children in EA is now lower than this time last year.
But there is still a lot more work to do and we will provide 10,000 new social homes this year.
— Eoghan Murphy (@MurphyEoghan) July 31, 2019
CEO of Inner City Helping Homeless Anthony Flynn has welcomed the drop in the numbers of people reporting as homeless.
However, he says "the real figure stands a lot higher than 10,172 as we don’t count rough sleepers, direct provision, families in women’s aid shelters or people couch surfing unlike other countries".