Catholic Charities provides over 1,800 units of affordable housing to qualified individuals and families. Provide shelter to over 400 individuals through 5 shelters.
We offer housing to:
Homeless men and women
Female head of households suffering from abuse
Female head of households with a positive HIV/AIDS diagnosis
Elderly adults with limited, fixed incomes
Migrant farm worker families
Catholic Charities housing consists of the following:
12 family-friendly apartment buildings with 419 units throughout Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, and Hernando counties. Three additional buildings (one in Citrus and two in Hillsborough counties) will add an additional 48 units by December 2022.
Permanent homeless shelter for 125 homeless men and women opened on December 13, 2021 in partnership with the City of Tampa after the success of the temporary shelter that opened on March 28, 2021 in response to the COVID-19 crisis. We will eventually house 300 clients as we assist them in transitioning to permanent housing and self-sufficiency.
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
Homeless shelter (tents and Hope Cottages(TM) for up to 250 homeless adult men and women. We provide case management and many services with the goal of transitioning them to permanent housing and self-sufficiency.
156 efficiency apartments providing subsidized, 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.