Catholic Charities provides over 2,000 units of housing to qualified individuals and families. Accommodations consists of permanent, supportive, transitional, temporary, and emergency shelter.
We offer housing to:
Homeless men and women
Homeless veterans and their families
Families of veterans
Female head of households suffering from abuse
Elderly adults with limited, fixed incomes
Migrant farm worker families
Immigrant and refugee families
Catholic Charities housing consists of the following:
11 family-friendly apartment buildings with 381 throughout Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, and Hernando counties.
Temporary shelter for 100 homeless men and women opened on March 30, 2020 (closed on June 3, 2020) in partnership with the City of Tampa in response to the COVID-19 crisis. We are working diligently to locate land and open permanent shelter by Spring or Summer 2021 on a permanent basis.
For positive female head of household families – Mercy House and Mercy House Apartments
20 apartments for homeless female head of household families
4 homes and 1 duplex for low income families located in Pinellas county
240 temporary, emergency shelters (tents being converted to Hope Cottages(TM) for homeless adult men and women
156 efficiency apartments providing transitional or permanent, supportive housing for adult men and women
122 apartments for low income farm worker families located in Dover, FL
14 apartment buildings with 1,055 units for those 62 or older on a low-fixed income throughout Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco counties.