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Published Friday, October 18, 2013

Kathy Garcia discusses the ISPA program which provides treatment to men afflicted with substance abuse.

Published Friday, September 13, 2013
The Dr. John T. Macdonald Foundation has donated $35,000 to Camillus House to purchase medications that are needed for the treatment of persons who are homeless and who come to Camillus for comprehensive healthcare. More than 80% of the patients seen by Camillus' medical staff are uninsured and have no resources to purchase the medications and medical more»
Published Monday, September 9, 2013
Thanks to Miami artist David "Lebo" LeBatard (center) and Norwegian Cruise Line volunteers, Camillus House has a beautiful new mural for its Day Center. The mural, designed to honor the work of the Brothers of the Shepherd, was developed in a few hours on September 7, 2013. Both NCL volunteers and Camillus House clients followed Lebo’s lead as he more»
Published Monday, September 9, 2013
Joe Solis is living proof that there's hope — even when you're dealt a bad hand. Born in Brooklyn, New York to an addict mother, he was surrounded by violence, drugs and shootings. Removed from his home at age four by Child Protective Services, he grew up a ward of the State, where “they shuffled me like a deck of cards,” he says. He more»
Published Wednesday, September 4, 2013
The infrastructure for a successful program once housed at Camillus House's former downtown Miami shelter is now complete at the charity's Norwegian Cruise Line Campus. Thanks to a $1 million donation from Wells Fargo, Camillus House is now able to provide a safe environment to help persons who are chronically homeless and resistant to living in a more»
Published Tuesday, September 3, 2013
It all started as a chance encounter by fraternal twins Alexander and Christopher Kiener, 16-year-old students at Coral Reef Senior High. Community service is a requirement of the International Baccalaureate program in which they are enrolled, but the brothers were looking for something different — a tangible way to affect the lives of people in real more»
Published Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Cuban refugees were crowding the streets of Miami in 1960. They were homeless and hungry, without jobs or language skills. So the Archdiocese of Miami made an urgent request for help to the Brothers of the Good Shepherd. And on August 20, 1960, in a small rented house where Brother Mathias Barrett fed a hungry man a bowl of cornflakes and milk, Camillus more»
Published Friday, August 16, 2013
Camillus House is very proud to announce the naming of the 80-unit permanent housing program on its Norwegian Cruise Line Campus in honor of Anthony & Genevieve Abraham. Thanks to a generous gift by the Anthony R. Abraham Foundation, the seven-story housing facility, which opened its doors in September 2011, will soon unveil its new name: The Anthony more»
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CHC Transitional Housing Open the Door to Hope President's Message
Serving the South Florida community since 1960, Camillus House is a non-profit organization that provides humanitarian services to men, women and children who are poor and homeless.