Eighty-four people were recorded as homeless across Donegal, Sligo and Leitrim last month.
There were record-breaking numbers of people in emergency accommodation across the country in July, according to the Department of Housing.
In the north-west, the figure was up by five compared to the end of June. There were 33 people homeless in Donegal/Leitrim and 51 in Sligo.
There were 57 male and 27 female adults in local authority-managed emergency accommodation during the week of 25-31 July 2022.
Of these, 68 were of Irish citizenship, 12 were EEA/UK and 4 were non-EEA.
The Department’s official homelessness statistics are published on a monthly basis and refer to the number of homeless persons accommodated in emergency accommodation funded and overseen by housing authorities.