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Emergency Housing


Emergency Housing is temporary housing provided for a period of up to 90 days, depending upon the program and the needs of the client.

This type of housing provides persons who are homeless with an immediate place to get off the streets, and also serves as an entry point into the countywide “continuum of care.” It is here that clients' needs are assessed, including the need for substance abuse treatment, mental health services, employment assistance and other help. Depending upon the individual needs and motivation of the client, he/she may then be placed into transitional housing or treatment program.


Camillus Emergency Shelter

When fully operational, the emergency shelter — located at 1603 NW 7th Avenue in Miami's hospital district — encompasses a total of 48 beds for adult men and women in a dormitory-style facility. 


Beckham Hall Emergency Shelter



Beckham Hall — located at 2735 NW 10th Avenue, Miami — includes 88 beds for adult men.

Clients may stay for up to 90 days, during which time they receive case management and employment counseling services. The program provides clients with a place to live and receive supportive services while they find employment and earn enough money to move back out on their own.

CHC Speakers Bureau Transitional Housing Workplace Giving 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.