Homeless Shelters

Miami
Homeless Shelters

Miami Homeless Shelters

LSF, Housing Program

16201 SW 95th Ave, Ste 300
Miami, FL 33157
(305) 969-8700

Services

Lutheran Service Florida's Housing Program provides safe, clean, temporary and permanent housing for homeless families with young children. The transitional housing programs are designed to gradually move families through several stages until they are able to become independent.

Hours

9am-5pm

Concept House, Inc

162 NE 49th St
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 751-6501

Services

Concept House is a substance abuse service facility for male and female adolescents and adults, including pregnant/postpartum women and persons with a dual diagnosis. Services include outpatient counseling, residential treatment, transitional housing, day treatment, substance abuse prevention, sober living, and independent living.

Hours

9am-6pm, M-F; 24 hour inpatient/residential

Better Way of Miami, Inc

800 NW 28th St
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 634-3409

Services

Better Way of Miami, Inc offers housing and supportive services on a long-term basis for homeless or about to be homeless persons with many types of disabilities such as a primary diagnosis of chronic substance abuse, physical or intellectual disabilities, AIDS or related diseases, and more. Professional substance abuse treatment is offered on an outpatient, inpatient or residential basis.

Hours

Call

AGAPE - VISION HOUSING

22790 SW 112th Avenue
Miami, FL 33170
(305) 235-2616

Services

Visions is an aftercare transitional and permanent supportive housing program offering clients a safe social environment with extended wrap around services and time to gradually move from homelessness and supervised settings to independent, self-sufficient living.

Eligibility

Must be homeless

Hours

9:00am-5:00pm, Mon-Fri

CAMILLUS HOUSE - SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY (S.R.O.) RESIDENCE INC.

726 NE First Avenue
Miami, FL 33132
(305) 374-1065

Services

This 48 bed, Single Room Occupancy facility provides transitional, affordable housing for employed men who have graduated from a drug and alcoholism program. Each has an efficiency apartment and Camillus House continues to provide social services.

Eligibility

Third of income for rent. Graduates of drug and alcohol treatment programs.

Hours

9:00am-5:00pm, M-F.

CAMILLUS HOUSE - SOMERVILLE RESIDENCE

P.O. Box 11829
Miami, FL 33101
(305) 374-1065

Services

The Somerville Residence program provides permanent, sober housing to homeless who have been through a drug rehabilitation program. Mentally or physically disabled persons are accepted if they meet the requirements. Families are accepted if one of the parents have been in a drug rehabilitation program. Residents have access to comprehensive health care and mental health services through the Camillus Health Concern facility located directly next door. The YWCA across the street will provide childcare, and public transportation and Miami-Dade Community College are just a short walk away.

Eligibility

Homeless that have been in a drug rehabilitation program.

Hours

9:00am-5:00pm, M-F.

CARRFOUR - LITTLE RIVER BEND

8250 NE 4th Place
Miami, FL 33138
(305) 756-2722

Services

Housing for homeless single adults with supportive services on site Housing is permanent, applicant must be homeless, have some income and be drug free for at least 6 months.

Eligibility

Homeless single adult with some income and drug free for at least 6 months.

Hours

8:00am-7:00pm, Mon-Fri

DOUGLAS GARDENS CMHC - HOMELESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

1680 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 531-5341

Services

This program provides transitional and permanent housing for formerly homeless persons with mental illness Services include case management, psychiatric services with medication management and mental health day treatment program.

Eligibility

Must meet Dade County Homeless Trust criteria for homeless.

Hours

8:30am-5:00pm, Mon-Fri

LUTHERAN SERVICES FLORIDA - TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

16201 SW 95th Avenue
Miami, FL 33157
(305) 969-8700

Services

The New Beginnings program offers case managers who work closely with parents and provide referrals to day care assistance and healthcare professionals. Special Parenting Classes help the adults develop good parenting skills. The LSF Employment Program helps parents find jobs and Case Managers help them plan to put aside a portion of their income regularly so they will have savings for the future.

Eligibility

Must be referred by the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust then are placed in the Transitional Housing Program

Documents

Call for more information

Hours

8:30am-5pm, M-F.

NEW LIFE FAMILY CENTER

3620 NW First Avenue
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 573-3333

Services

Offers private living quarters for families with children, daycare and preschool program, and specialized counseling for parents Families needing more time may be able to enroll in the 9 months program for self-sufficiency. Homeless mobile feeding program.

Eligibility

Open

Documents

Call for info

Hours

9:00am-5:00pm, Mon-Fri

SALVATION ARMY - HERE'S HOPE

1907 NW 38th Street
Miami, FL 33142
(305) 637-6700

Services

Here's Hope is a 72 bed facility that provides transitional housing, meals, case management, NA and AA support groups, individual drug and alcohol counseling, HIV education, life skills, and provide referrels for physical and mental health care to *****individuals and families infected or affected by HIV/AIDS*****

Eligibility

Individuals and families infected or affected by HIV/AIDS; Proof of HIV/AIDS, referral letter and ID.

Documents

Referrals through community agencies. Please call for additional information.

Hours

8:30am-4:30pm, Mon-Fri

THE LOTUS HOUSE

217 NW 15th Street
Miami, FL 33136
(305) 438-0556

Services

Provides a transitional housing program for single homeless women, pregnant women, or homeless women with child/children under one year old. Program includes shelter, sanctuary and support for one year. Services provided at shelter include counseling, art, yoga, poetry, GED and computer classes.

Eligibility

Women that are homeless, single and drug free. Does not accept children over the age of 4

Documents

Application process

Hours

9am-5pm, M-F. House operates 7 days/wk.

CARRFOUR - DEL PRADO GARDENS

18010 NW 39th Court
Opa Locka, FL 33055
(305) 628-8140

Services

Family housing with 32 new 3 & 4 bedroom, one-story townhouses, which provides permanent housing for formerly homeless families impacted by disabilities Emphasis is placed on providing each family with the necessary support which includes case management, homeownership program, childcare services, transportation, vocational training and employment, and community activities to provide a stable and nurturing environment for their children while maximizing the family's self-sufficiency.

Eligibility

Qualifies as homeless and having a disability under the US HUD definition; drug-free, and meet project income requirement.

Documents

Must fill out an application when available.

Hours

9:00am-5:00pm, Mon-Fri

Homes Of American Heroes

1152 North University Drive
Hollywood, FL 33024
(954) 358-9114

Services

THE NEED: Homes for American Heroes and Stand Down House recognize the need to expand its services to include, First Stop Veterans’ Resource Center, South.   Specifically for veterans and their families that are homeless and/or at risk of becoming homeless or have other risk factors. The cause of homelessness among veterans are difficult to disentangle, the same things that predict homelessness among the general population-medical issues, economic hardship, lack of affordable housing , access to support networks and personal characteristics-also predict homelessness among veterans. Veterans, however face the additional challenges when trying to overcome these obstacles. Many veterans are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic-Brain Injury, physical limitations. Other obstacles identified are highly stressful training and occupational demands that can affect personality, self-esteem and ability to communicate nontransferable skills to civilian jobs and prolonged separations from traditional support systems, such as family and close friends. They recognize the need to provide a safe and supportive environment where the veteran will be provided supportive services and linkages to community partners.

A one stop resource center for Post 9/11 Veterans.

Shadowood II, Inc

307 SW 5th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
(954) 462-3719

Services

*Provides housing and a variety of supportive services to low income and/or indigent people living with HIV/AIDS
*These services include case management linkage, limited transport (bus passes), structured group home, chemical dependency treatment, and vocational rehabilitation through linkage classes
*Emergency transitional housing to help the homeless within hours if space is available

Hours

8:30am-5pm, M-F

Covenant House Florida

733 Breakers Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
(954) 561-5559

Services

Crisis intervention center with both residential and non-residential programs designed to meet the needs of runaway and homeless youth under age 21 CHF offers a comprehensive continuum of services from outreach to aftercare, including shelter, food, clothing, counseling and case management.

***Clients must call first to make sure there is space available***

Hours

Every day / 24 hours

Broward Partnership For The Homeless Inc.

920 Nw 7th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
(954) 832-7029

Services

Broward Partnership for the Homeless, Inc. is committed to reducing homelessness by promoting independence and self-worth through advocacy, housing and comprehensive services.

The Broward County Central Homeless Assistance Center/Huizenga Family Campus is a 57,000 square food, 200-bed emergency housing facility for men, women and families with children that provides an alternative to living on the street. It meets the basic human need for a safe temporary living environment and nutritional meals. Once these basic needs are fulfilled, residents can concentrate on addressing the issues that created their homelessness and find a permanent place to live. Most residents move from the Center to transitional or affordable housing.Program:Eldercare Transitional Residential ProgramBudget: $1,204,517Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Homeless Program Description: Inverrary Station is the only facility in the State of Florida providing transitional housing services to the elderly homeless who have special needs; including substance abuse, mental illness and physical disabilities.  Station has served over 460 homeless seniors since opening in 2004.

The Shepherds Way Inc

1232 Ne 26TH St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
(954) 566-2311

Services

Providing hope for homeless and hurting families through services and partnerships with the Christian community

The shelter encompasses eleven apartment style units and the support services needed to assist homeless families to regain independence. The average family size is one adult and ftheir children and they remain in their program for six months. Through their staff and numerous partners, families receive case management, life and parenting skills training, employment assistance, and financial planning.Program:Faith In Action Community HousingBudget: $104,000Category: HousingPopulation Served: Homeless Program Description: A faith-based housing program that coordinates churches to provide temporary safe housing for those families who are unable to enter into mainstream homeless assistance programs because of a lack of availability. The program provides a safety net for families in need and works to ensure that children do not have to sleep on the street because shelters are full. In 2008, 66 families were provided with temporary shelter.

CAMILLUS SOUTH DADE - COTTAGES AT NARANJA

27940 South Dixie Highway
Homestead, FL 33032
(305) 247-1949

Services

Provides transitional housing to homeless individuals and families at its main facility and scattered site locations Case management, three meals daily, job development and skills training Homeless outreach and placement services are also provided from this location.

Eligibility

Must be free of addictions and use of substances & alcohol.

Hours

9am-5pm, M-F

Family Promise of South Palm Beach County

1725 S Federal Highway, Suite B9, 83-2106
Delray Beach, FL 33483
(561) 265-3370

Services

Family Promise is the faith communities of South Palm Beach Counties response to homelessness for children and their families. The program is designed to bring temporary shelter, meals and support to families, with the goal of empowering families to achieve long term self sufficiency.

Family Promise targets assistance to family units, this means parents or legal guardians with children. The family must have been making their best effort to find a permanent residence on their own. we are not equipped to handle active domestic violence, or substance abuse situations, or untreated mental illness. Potential guest families are thoroughly screened before acceptance into the program to determine if the family meet program criteria.

Hours

Monday-Friday / 9 am-5 pm

Casa Vegso Transitional Housing Program

PO Box 6161
Delray Beach, FL 33482
(561) 265-2900

Services

AVDA's Transitional Housing provides domestic abuse survivors and their children a place to live for up to two years This gives survivors time to transition from homelessness to economic independence while receiving encouragement and other services as needed, such as life-skills training and legal advocacy.

Hotline staff provides community referrals, safety planning and crisis intervention for domestic abuse victims.

Hours

Every day / 24 Hours