Charity Unlimited for All in Need...
Every service offered at Camillus House is carried out with the deeply held belief that each human being is precious in God’s eyes. Camillus provides each person the tools, the support, and the hope they need to make the transition to self-sufficiency and a new life.
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Compassionate Hospitality
A warm greeting, a shower, a hot meal, and a bed. Each of these gestures is a previous gift to an individual or family who has nothing. These first simple acts of hospitality and compassion send the message that, at Camillus House, every person matters.
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Continuum of Housing
On an average night, 1,100 men, women, and children of South Florida will have a roof over their heads because of Camillus House.
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Outreach on the Streets
Mental illness, substance abuse problems, and other factors can prevent homeless individuals from coming for help. Camillus works to meet hard-to-reach individuals “where they are,” on the streets.
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Ready to Work
As individuals overcome homelessness, they must prepare to find and keep jobs that allow them to pay rent and become self-sufficient. Camillus House’s Career Help program prepares individuals to find and keep meaningful employment.
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Camillus Health
Through Camillus Health, the poor and homeless – men, women, and children – receive access to physical and psychological health care. Services provided range from adult primary care and pediatric care to special programs for patients with HIV/AIDS.
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Feeding the Hungry
Providing daily meals is one essential way Camillus House lives out its mission of hospitality. Seven days a week, Camillus feeds over 1,500 hot, nutritious meals to the hungry.
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The Lazarus Project
Channel 10’s Christina Vazquez joined Camillus’ Lazarus Project Team, who are helping some of Miami’s most vulnerable residents.
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