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Labre Place


Camillus House opened Labre Place in early 2012. The nine-story high-rise building is made up of 90 one-bedroom apartments. Fifty of the units are set aside for persons who were formerly homeless and are placed by Camillus House. The remaining 40 tenants will be persons who qualify as low income residents under federal guide-lines.

The new residential building is very close to local public transportation and to Interstate Highway 95. In addition, residents have easy access to Camillus Health, which provides primary health care services to persons who are homeless in Miami-Dade County.

Located in the Lummus Park Historic District of Miami, Labre is a short distance away from employment centers (offices, retail and industrial), houses of worship, parks, stores, hospitals, fire station, library and other community services. To enhance residents’ quality of life, special programs and activities are available at no cost to them.

Camillus House provides supportive services to the formerly homeless residents to ensure their stability and quality of life. These services include medical care, behavioral health treatment and employment assistance.


Income eligibility: $8,000–$15,000 per year.
30% of adjusted gross income client contribution; flat rate of $674 per month.
Managed by Royal America, an external company.

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