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Florida Counties:

Alachua (1)
Bay (2)
Broward (2)
Citrus (2)
Collier (1)
Duval (2)
Hernando (1)
Hillsborough (3)
Leon (4)
Miami-dade (5)
Orange (6)
Palm Beach (2)
Pinellas (4)
Polk (2)

Latest Update to Florida Homeless Shelters database:

Miami Rescue Mission - Broward Outreach Center Pompano Beach
Pompano Beach, FL - 33069
(954) 979-6365

The program is designed to be an eight week, full-service homeless shelter, with an average stay of sixty days. This county facility is managed by the staff of the Broward Outreach Center and serves the homeless men, women and families. Day services are provided by Saint Lawrence Chapel.

Panama City Rescue Mission - Homeless Day Resource Center
Panama City, FL - 32401
(850) 769-0783

To provide an environment where the compassion and love of Jesus Christ can empower people to overcome and prevent life’s adversities.

Covenant House Florida Of Orlando - Ft. Lauderdale Community Service Center (for Youth)
Ft. Lauderdale, FL - 33304
(954) 561-5559

In the third millennium, Covenant House Florida will continue to fulfill its mission by providing shelter and services to children and youth who are homeless or at great risk. We will make every effort to reunite kids with their families. We will collaborate with community agencies and associations and actively participate in community efforts to improve the conditions of families and children. We will advocate with and on behalf of youth to raise awareness in the community about their suffering. Our mission is based on faith and the belief that all children and youth have a right to love, respect, and genuine concern. Our individual and shared spiritualities will permeate all of our activities

Covenant House Florida Of Orlando - Orlando Community Service Center (for Youth)
Orlando, FL - 32807-
(407) 482-0404

In the third millennium, Covenant House Florida will continue to fulfill its mission by providing shelter and services to children and youth who are homeless or at great risk. We will make every effort to reunite kids with their families. We will collaborate with community agencies and associations and actively participate in community efforts to improve the conditions of families and children. We will advocate with and on behalf of youth to raise awareness in the community about their suffering. Our mission is based on faith and the belief that all children and youth have a right to love, respect, and genuine concern. Our individual and shared spiritualities will permeate all of our activities

Family Promise Of Jacksonville - Family Center
Jacksonville, FL - 32203
(904) 354-1818

The mission of Family Promise of Greater Denver is to enable an interfaith and community response to homeless families by providing shelter, meals, comprehensive assistance and encouragement toward self-reliance in an atmosphere of warmth and hospitality.

Family Promise Of Santa Rosa - Day Center
Bagdad, FL - 32530
(850) 623-5300

Mission-Family Promise works everyday to give homeless children and their families faith, hope, and love. We have seen wonderful successes . . . tears traded for laughter, GED diplomas earned, a child overcoming speech delays, the community working together to build housing, families entering transitional housing, parents employed, children benefiting from tutoring, a family reunited, former guests now serving as volunteers. These successes reaffirm our vision and mission to provide safe, transitional housing for homeless families.To all of our supporters, we say “Thank you!” We invite you to explore our site, to learn about our mission, and to join us in building community and strengthening lives.

Jericho Road Ministries - Men's Program Services (for Men)
Brooksville, FL - 34601
(352) 799-2912

To lovingly proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ to the economically, emotionally and spiritually impoverished; by responding to the basic physical and emotional needs, and by promoting Christian growth as characterized by a productive and changed life.

Trinity Rescue Mission - Lifeline Program
Jacksonville, FL - 32202
(904) 355-1205

The second step on the road to recovery is the Lifeline Program. This program is a 90 day residential discipleship program available free of charge to all of our mission guests. This program is designed to break the pattern of homelessness and addiction while instilling hope - the hope that living as a Godly, productive member of society is a realistic and obtainable goal.This is a 90 day residential program designed to break debilitating cycles that lead to defeated lives and homelessness. Primarily functions as a drug and alcohol rehabilitation but is also useful to anyone who needs to re-establish life for any reason.

Lighthouse Ministries - Emmanuel Program (for Men)
Lakeland, FL - 33801
(863) 687-4076

Lighthouse Ministries, Inc. was started in 1977 to serve the last, the least, and the lost.  Our biggest desire is to see those individuals we serve to reach an overall outcome of God’s peace, life purpose, and fulfillment of potential.  We go to where the need is, whether it’s on the streets, in our stores, or in the community.

Lighthouse Ministries - Jay & Eloise Troxel Family Life Center (for Women & Children)
Lakeland, FL - 33801
(863) 687-4076

The Jay & Eloise Troxel Family Life Center for Women & Children operates as a transitional facility which assists victims of domestic violence, homelessness, and destructive lifestyles. The program provides direction, encouragement, accountability, and discipline to help bring about positive changes within the residents’ lives.

Miami Rescue Mission - Center For Men (for Men)
Miami, FL - 33127
(305) 571-2211

The Center for Men offers a comprehensive, year-long residential Regeneration Program for men who suffer from various life-controlling problems such as homelessness, chemical abuse or addiction, medical and mental issues, illiteracy, and lack of adequate job skills.

Miami Rescue Mission - Center For Women And Children (for Women & Children)
Miami, FL - 33127
(305) 571-2250

The Center is a haven for homeless women and children, and provides emergency overnight shelter as well as a long-term recovery program. The 40-bed facility located at 2250 NW 1st Avenue in Miami. A.W.A.R.E.N.E.S.S. (A Woman's Answer Regarding Education, Nurture, Encouragement, Self-esteem and Salvation) is a 10 month program based on Jeremiah 29:11. The program is designed to help women become aware of God's plan for them.

Miami Rescue Mission - Broward Outreach Center For Women & Children Hollywood (for Women & Children)
Hollywood, FL - 33022
(954) 926-7417

Even though the sun shines longer in summer, dark days persist for folks who are hungry in the Broward area. But your gift of 10 meals for just $19.20 can change that. The meals we serve give hungry people food they need. But more importantly, once they're here, they can experience life-changing hope. Our programs and services give hungry, homeless people the ability to change

Orlando Union Rescue Mission - Women And Children's Home (for Women & Children)
Orlando, FL - 32805
(407) 422-4855

Homelessness can be a difficult time for adults. But the situation becomes even more heartbreaking when children are involved. O.U.R. Mission Home is a 178-bed transitional housing facility accommodating single women, single mothers with children and married couples with children.   

Panama City Rescue Mission - Jobs Housing For Men And Women
Panama City, FL - 32401
(850) 769-0783

The Mission can house up to 12 men and 8 women in a affordable transitional living facility.  The clients live in a separate dorm from the emergency shelter that provides lockers to store personal belongings. The fee is $60 a week for the program, which includes three meals a day, chapel services and evening classes, use of laundry facilities, and counseling. The applicant must have full-time employment and remain drug and alcohol free.

Shepherd's Promise - Transitional Housing (for Women & Children)
Orlando, FL - 32807
(407) 658-2909

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Covenant House Florida Of Fort Lauderdale - Fort Lauderdale Rights Of Passage (for Older Teens)
Ft. Lauderdale, FL - 33304
(954) 561-5559

Every day, Covenant House Florida reaches over 200 kids in the Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando areas through our street outreach programs, crisis shelters, and transitional housing programs. Our Ft. Lauderdale house opened in 1985. We then expanded to Orlando in 1995, making Covenant House Florida one of the state's largest private agencies providing services to runaway and homeless youth.

Covenant House Florida Of Orlando - Orlando Rights Of Passage (for Older Teens)
Orlando, FL - 32807
(407) 482-0404

Based on the belief that all youth have the “right” to “pass” from childhood to adulthood with support from caring and experienced adults, Rights of Passage (ROP) helps older adolescents progress from homelessness to productive lifestyles though stable residency, improved life skills and employment opportunities, and increased self-responsibility for determining their future.

Homeless Emergency Project Hep - Transitional Housing
Clearwater, FL - 33755
(727) 442-9041

HEP’s Transitional Housing Program provides housing for individuals for up to 24 months. This housing program allows individuals to continue to work towards goals pertaining to employment, independent living, increasing skills and income, and mental health and substance abuse treatment.

Coalition For The Homeless Of Central Florida - Transitional Housing
Orlando, FL - 32801
(407) 426-1256

Transitional Housing:First Steps Transitional Housing Program is provided in the Coalition's nine on-site transitional apartments for up to 32 men, all of whom have successfully completed First Steps or a similar program and are recovering from their addictions. A six to eight month program, First Steps Transitional Housing offers clients the opportunity to grow in their recovery, discuss real life issues, learn relapse prevention techniques, and benefit from group support.

St. Petersburg Free Clinic - Women's Residence (for Women)
St. Petersburg, FL - 33701
(727) 821-3894

The mission of Free Clinic Women’s Residence is to provide safe and supportive transitional housing for single, homeless women who are capable of living independently.

St. Petersburg Free Clinic - Free Clinic Beacon House (for Men)
St. Petersburg, FL - 33713
(727) 823-5780

The mission of Free Clinic Beacon House is to provide safe, supportive, transitional shelter to single, homeless men and to provide evening meals to anyone in the community who is hungry.

Refuge House - Emergency Shelter/transitional Housing (for Women & Children)
Tallahassee, FL - 32316
(850) 922-6062

The Refuge House transitional housing program provides confidential, safe housing to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and sex trafficking, and their children for up to 2 ½ years. Our transitional program can assist you to meet your individual goals in the areas of housing, transportation, physical and mental well-being, education and career options, and, where appropriate, immigration issues and child services. Housing may be provided at one of three program sites.

The Lord's Place - Family Housing Programs
West Palm Beach, FL - 33407
(561) 494-0125

Our Housing Programs help residents identify the issues that led to their homelessness. They also give them the tools they need to stabilize their lives, while providing safe homes so they can thrive. In 2011, 508 homeless men, women and children received housing at The Lord's Place. By the end of the year, 462 were no longer homeless (91%).

The Lord's Place - Joshua House (for Men)
Boynton Beach, FL - 33435
(561) 494-0125

The Café Joshua Catering Company provides full-service catering for businesses and other non-profit organizations throughout Palm Beach County.  All proceeds from this business venture benefit the programs and services of The Lord’s Place.  Select graduates of our food services apprenticeship program, directed by highly-trained staff with extensive experience in the restaurant industry, work for our catering company and gain valuable experience in food preparation and service.  This helps them in their efforts to gain outside employment.

Wayne Densch Center
Orlando, FL - 32810
(407) 539-3900
The Salvation Army - Hospitality House (for Women & Children)
Tampa, FL - 33601
813226005529
The Salvation Army - Hospitality House (for Men)
Tampa, FL - 33601
813226005535
Big Bend Homeless Coalition - Hope Community
Tallahassee, FL - 32304
(850) 576-5566

HOPE Community:is a transitional housing program for homeless families, single women, and single men. Our purpose is to provide a safe and structured living environment where each resident is empowered to recover from homelessness and become self-sufficient. We accomplish this goal by partnering with residents to pursue a recovery-based program, maintain a steady source of income, and find stable housing. HOPE Community is the only program of its kind in our eight-county Big Bend area. Over 70% of HOPE residents move into stable housing.

Haven Of Rest Rescue Mission
Tallahassee, FL - 32301
(850) 224-7313
Providence House
Naples, FL - 34106
(239) 692-8779

Our mission is to provide a faith-based, transitional housing and self-sufficiency program for motivated single women with young children who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Echo - Family Services Program
Tallahassee, FL - 32304
(850) 224-3246

Family Services Program: Our Family Services Program provides short-term housing and long-term hope for families in a housing crisis. Homeless families with minor children receive services to help them move toward employment, permanent housing and economic self-sufficiency. Case Management support services are mandatory for all our residents, and residents must attend a multitude of educational seminars and classes: money management, budgeting, nutrition, and parenting. After-school programs, tutoring, summer camps, and monthly birthday parties provide special support to the children, so that they feel loved and at home during their four month stay.

Mission In Citrus Inc. (for Men)
Lecanto, FL - 34428
(352) 270-4357

Founded in 2008 Welcome Visitors.. Please take the time to explore our site..We operate the largest shelter system in Citrus County Florida on the smallest budget.The shelters are run solely by the homeless with no paid staff. My vision was that the homeless could help themselves when given the proper resources.They have made me very proud. seventy five beds were created in less than 15 months , and without a dime to start. Our nightly average is 90. Our goal for the remainder of 2012 is to add a larger family shelter and 100 beds. The three year plan is to wipe out homelessness in Citrus County, while creating 50 jobs. We remain unchallenged for anyone to provide and prove better results. We are truly faith based as God runs things around here. The picture above is the new face of homelessness. We operate as a family at our shelters. Offering each other a hand up, not a a hand out. You will never find a shelter like us..God bless you and stop by for a visit. All our shelters are open to the public without appointment.You will not find another shelter system running, using less dollars, and more sense

Sanctuary Mission, Inc. (for Single Adults)
Homosassa, FL - 34446
(352) 621-3277

The Sanctuary Mission Inc., provides transitional & emergency shelter to SINGLE MALE ADULTS in a residential group home style setting.

Homeless Emergency Project Hep - Permanent Supportive Housing
Clearwater, FL - 34615
(727) 442-9041

HEP’s Permanent Supportive Housing Program provides supportive housing for qualifying individuals and families with disabilities. This housing program provides long-term care and specialized services.

Better Way Of Miami - Partners For Homes
Miami, FL - 33127
(305) 634-3409

Better way of Miami will place formerly homeless individuals into this program with documented histories of severe substance abuse who may or may not be HIV positive and/or suffer from chronic mental illness (dual diagnosed). The Partners for Homes program provides supportive services through case management. The tenant and case manager will work together to develop service plans to define their needs, assist in obtaining employment, housing or income maintenance benefits as well as provide counseling and intervention to the tenant. Each tenant will pay 30% of their monthly income (or 40% of entitlements) towards their rent amount. Housing is limited to Miami-Dade County only. Once housing is established, the objective of this program is to provide assistance to allow the tenant to assume full responsibilities for their housing within a reasonable amount of time. Therefore, rental assistance may be limited to 6 months to a couple of years.

Better Way Of Miami - Sra Program
Miami, FL - 33127
(305) 634-3409

Better Way of Miami will place formerly homeless individuals into this program with documented histories of severe substance abuse who may or may not be HIV positive and/or suffer from chronic mental illness (dual diagnosed). Tenants pay 30% of their annual adjusted income towards their monthly rent. There is no security deposit required by the tenant to move in. Tenants actively seeking employment, entitlement benefits, vocational training and/or are continuing their education are welcome. There are 55 apartments. Each unit includes a bathroom, living room and a kitchen. All prospective tenants are screened by Better Way staff members as well as the Screening Committee members of the Better Way Tenant Association.

Better Way Of Miami - Tra Program
Miami, FL - 33127
(305) 634-3409
Good Samaritan Inn
Tampa, FL - 33603
(813) 224-9722
Volunteers Of America (florida) - Pine Grove Apartments (for Seniors Ages 62+)
Gainesville, FL - 32609
(813) 282-1525

For persons aged 62 or older seeking income eligible housing, Pinegrove Apartments offer 24 studios and 72 one bedroom apartments. Located in a quiet residential area, these apartments are conveniently located on a bus route with shopping and banking nearby. There are regularly scheduled church services, game nights and guest speakers. Other amenities include pet friendly atmosphere, personal mailboxes, elevators, laundry facilities, library, rental assistance, and some utilities paid.

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