Last year, Camillus House served more than 33,400 people in need by feeding the hungry, caring for the sick, providing housing for the homeless, and meeting other pressing needs of individuals and families in trouble.
When an individual or family is homeless, there’s no higher priority than a safe place to live. That’s why Camillus House provides every kind of housing – Emergency, Transitional, and Permanent – depending on need.
Families and Individuals Housed
Emergency Housing Clients Served
Participated in Transitional Housing Programs
Permanent Housing Clients Served
of Permanent Housing Residents Successfully Maintained Housing
Camillus House doesn’t give up on those left behind by society. We seek to heal homeless individuals struggling with addiction, and with mental illnesses including PTSD, bipolar disorder, depression, paranoia, and anxiety disorder – and we often succeed.
of Individuals Completed Residential Substance Abuse Treatment
of Individuals Completed Camillus Mental Health Program Hospitality
Clients Were Served in Our “Day Only” Programs
Clothing Distribution Services Provided
Lazurus & PATH Programs
Our homeless outreach specialists hit Miami’s downtown streets daily, seeking out the mentally ill, the severely addicted, and the chronically homeless. We work to earn their trust, address their specific needs, and improve their lives – helping them to rejoin society when possible.
Homeless Individuals Living on the Street Served by Our Street Outreach Program
Overall Exited to Positive Destinations
Calls Were Taken to Assist Individuals from Evictions or from Becoming Homeless
Community Service Hours Volunteered at Camillus House