Families that are facing eviction or that are currently homeless in the Miami-Dade County Florida area may qualify for housing assistance. The region is supported by numerous non-profit agencies, churches, and charities that offer shelter, transitional housing units, and case management. The groups can provide a place to stay for the short term and also work with residents on finding a long term, permanent solution.

Miami-Dade County Homeless Helpline: 1-877-994-HELP (4357) or 305-375-CARE (2273)


Lutheran Services Florida – Transitional Housing
(305) 969-8700
16201 SW 95th Avenue Miami, FL 33157 The New Beginnings program assigns a case manager to work closely with parents. They provide referrals to job training, day care assistance, budgeting classes and more. The goal is to build self-sufficiency, help families find housing, and ensure they can afford the rent going forward.

VOA – Miami Transitional Housing For Veterans/Service Center
(305) 644-0335
1492 West Flagler Street Miami, FL 33135 The non-profit is for homeless veterans. The center offers transitional supportive housing, assessment, support groups and social and vocational rehabilitation.

Salvation Army – Here’s Hope Program
(305) 637-6700
1907 NW 38th Street Miami, FL 33142
The facility offers short term transitional housing, meals, case management, and more. Learn about financial assistance for paying rent or deposits too. The homeless and recently evicted are priority.

Transitional Housing For Homeless Youth
(305) 638-4933
3146 NW 45th Street Miami, FL 33142

Miami Homes For All
(786) 469-2060
www.miamihomesforall.org Organization whose mission is to promote community collaboration to prevent and end homelessness in South Florida.

Camillus House – Single Room Occupancy Residence Inc.
(305) 374-1065
1603 NW 7th Avenue Miami, FL 33136
A range of housing options for EmergencyTransitional and Permanent Housing, depending upon the stage in which each client is during their recovery from homelessness.

Safespace – Inn Transition
(305) 899-4600
Miami, FL 33181
Battered women and children can turn to this transitional housing program for those leaving an emergency shelter. The organization can offer subsidized housing and utilities, transportation, counseling, child care assistance, and related supportive services.

Catholic Charities – New Life Shelter For Homeless Families
(305) 573-3333
9920 NE 2nd Ave Miami, Florida 33138
The organization offers transitional housing for families in Miami. Social workers also provide supportive services assist in achieving independence and permanent housing. Learn about emergency rental assistance, homeless prevention, and other resources.

Centro Campesino – Palm Villas Apartments
(305) 242-0481
50 SW 6th Avenue Homestead, FL 33034 
They offer low income and subsidized apartments.

Community Empowerment Team Program – Homeless Shelter
(305) 953-3071
2105 Alibaba Ave Opa Locka, Florida 33054

Carrfour – Little River Bend
(305) 756-2722
8250 NE 4th Place Miami, FL 33138

Chapman Partnership – Homeless Assistance Center (HAC1)
(305) 329-3000
1550 North Miami Avenue Miami, FL 33136
You need a referral to contact this agency. The location can provide temporary shelter, meals, case management services and medical examination. Additional resources include after school tutoring program for older children, free health clinic, child care center, clothing, adult and vocational education and on-site government agency representatives.

M-DC Housing Agency – Section 8 – Certificate Voucher Program
(305) 403-3222
7400 NW 19 Street, Bay H Miami, FL 33126
They offer low income and subsidized apartments. Also process applications for section 8 housing units.


Camillus South Dade – St. Michael Residence
(305) 258-4777
12320 SW 283rd ST Homestead, FL 33033
A short term shelter for the region.

Agape – Vision Housing
(305) 235-2616
22790 SW 112th Avenue Miami, FL 33170
The center offers Transitional Housing/Shelter.

Eyes On God Homeless Shelter
(305) 373-4798
223 E Flagler Street #218 Miami, FL, 33131

Carrfour – Del Prado Gardens
(305) 628-8140
18010 NW 39th CT Opa Locka, FL 33055
Runs a Transitional Housing/Shelter program.

Community Empowerment Team Program – Homeless Shelter
(305) 953-3071
2105 Alibaba Ave Opa Locka, FL 33054

A Women’s Place
(305) 358-2063
235 NE 17th St Miami, FL 33132

Miami Rescue Mission
(305) 571-2273
2159 NW 1st Ct Miami, FL 33127
The homeless can receive shelter and information on short and long term housing programs. Other services include a meal, information on job training, clothing, and other basic needs.

Phoenix Manor Housing
(305) 554-1456
3941 SW 89th Avenue Miami, FL 33165

Metatherapy – Beckham Hall Homeless Shelter for Men
(305) 329-3000
1550 North Miami Avenue Miami, FL

Cottages At Naranja
(305) 247-1949
27940 South Dixie HWY Homestead, FL 33032

New Life Family Center
(305) 573-3333 
3620 NW First Avenue Miami, FL 33127
Specialized counseling, shelter, self-sufficiency and a private unit may be offered for poor and homeless families.

Providence House – Self Sufficiency Program
(239) 692-8779 
2675 Estey Avenue Naples, Florida 34104
A regional, faith-based self-sufficiency program that includes life skills, long-term transitional housing, case management, mentoring, and referrals to government aid.