Permanent housing offers a supported living environment to persons who are formerly homeless and have transitioned out of transitional housing, but still require some sort of support in order to maintain their stability.
Although called “permanent housing,” most residents eventually move out into unsupported housing after they have increased their income and become more comfortable with their independence, sometimes taking several years.
As with Camillus' transitional housing programs, residents contribute 30% of their income toward program fees and must participate in the programs' supportive services.
Permanent Housing in Miami-Dade County
|Archbishop Carroll Homes
Brother Mathias Place
Brownsville Christian Housing Center