A System of Care...
Camillus House has grown steadily over the years from a small soup kitchen into a full-service center offering what we call a comprehensive “system of care” for the poor and homeless — a seamless, step-by-step process designed to bring persons from a life on the streets all the way to permanent housing.
Fully integrated services are provided through multiple program areas.
• Compassionate Healing (substance abuse and mental health treatment)
• The Continuum of Housing (emergency, transitional, and permanent housing)
• Compassionate Hospitality (food, clothing, showers, outreach, case management, rent assistance)
• Camillus Health Concern (sister organization providing health care services including adult primary care, pediatrics and a number of specialties)
• 501(c) 3 Non-Profit Agency serving the Poor and Homeless.
• Foundedin 1960 to initially help Cuban exiles. Read more
• Established by the Little Brothers of the Good Shepherd. Read more
• Provides a broad range of social and health services to over 12,000 men, women and children on annual basis. Read more
• Camillus House employs 135 staff members.
• 350,000 Free meals served.
• 800 Families and Individuals provided with Transitional and Permanent housing.
• 2,000 individuals provided with emergency housing.
• 135 individuals were provided mental health treatment.
• 160 individuals received residential substance abuse treatment.
• 77%retained/successful in active substance abuse treatment.
• 25,000 medical encounters provided by Camillus Health Concern.
• 4,200 total patients (includes adults and children) served by Camillus Health Concern.