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Women of Power Restoration Program

12100 SW 218 Street.
Miami, FL 33170

Description: Women of Power Restoration Program is under the direction of the International Ministry: The Power of Prayer. For the service of women restoration that at the moment don't have where to live. We offer housing, food, clothing, hygiene products as well as job seeking and spiritual support in a gratuitous way. For this reason, we will make at all possible that the women feel as family and supported, so that they can restore and channel their lives again in the correct way. To begin a life under the protection of God. We welcome women with or without children .

Community Partnership for Homeless

305-447-2033 / 305-329-3050

North Center
1550 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33136

South Center
28205 SW 124 Ct.
Homestead, FL 33033

Description: operate as one-stop temporary care entry points that provide not just food and shelter, but comprehensive case management, healthcare, daycare, job training and other assistance from a variety of social service agencies all under one roof.

A Women's Place

235 NE 17th Street
Miami, FL 33132

Description: Day Shelter for women and children

Camillus House

1603 NW 7th Avenue
Miami, FL 33136

Description: Provide emergency assistance with food, clothing and shelter. Job training and placement, Residential substance abuse treatment and aftercare. Behavioral health and maintenance. Health care access and disease prevention. Transitional and permanent housing.

Concept House

162 NE 49th St
Miami, FL 33137

Description: Transitional Shelter For men and women; provides job training.

Douglas Gardens CMHC - Homeless Assistance Program

701 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Description: Emergency Shelter and Outreach Services

Mother Teresa Mission of Charity

724 NW 17th St
Miami, FL 33127

Description: Emergency Shelter for women and children.

Metatherapy - Beckham Hall Homeless Shelter for Men

2735 NW 10th Ave
Miami, FL 33127

Description: Emergency Shelter for Men

Miami Rescue Mission Men's Center

2020 NW 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33127

Description: Center for Men.
The Center for Men offers a comprehensive, year-long residential Regeneration Program for men who suffer from various life-controlling problems such as homelessness, chemical abuse or addiction, medical and mental issues, illiteracy, and lack of adequate job skills.

Miami Rescue Mission

2159 NW 1st Ct
Miami, FL 33127

Description: The spiritually challenging Regeneration Program is based upon Judeo-Christian principles found in the Bible, and can accommodate up to 130 participants at a time.

Emergency overnight shelter and transitional housing is also available. Transitional housing is offered for those who need help in relocating in the community.

Miami Rescue Mission Center for Women & Children

2250 NW 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33127

Description: Emergency Shelter for women and children.

The Center is a haven for homeless women and children, and provides emergency overnight shelter as well as a long-term recovery program. The 40-bed facility located at 2250 NW 1st Avenue in Miami.

A.W.A.R.E.N.E.S.S. (A Woman's Answer Regarding Education, Nurture, Encouragement, Self-esteem and Salvation) is a 10 month program based on Jeremiah 29:11. The program is designed to help women become aware of God's plan for them.

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami, Inc.

305-573-3333 or 305-361-8372

Description: one of very few transitional housing facilities that caters to families who are homeless.

Salvation Army Miami Area Command

1907 N.W. 38th street
Miami, FL 33142

Description: Administrative Offices for Miami-Dade and home to the "Red Shield" shelter for the homeless.

Salvation Army Miami Adult Rehab Center

2236 NW Miami Court
Miami, FL 33127

Description: Provides individual and group counseling, training in job skills, and other tools for rebuilding positive lifestyles.

Each in-residence program puts them into clean, comfortable living facilities. Regular meals, medical check-ups and Alcoholics Anonymous programs combine to make each center a place for new beginnings. Each center also offers a very comprehensive spiritual regeneration program in which all clients are expected to participate.

Unlike many programs, these centers are self-supporting. Clothing and household items are collected from communities. These items are brought to the center's workshops where they are repaired and refurbished, then resold in Salvation Army family stores.

The following provide Homeless shelters:

Women of Power Restoration Program (For Women Only)

12100 SW 218 Street
Miami, FL 33170

Carrfour Shelter, Corp. (Men Only)

(305) 642-4161
1398 W 1st Ave
Hialeah, FL 33010

Hope, Inc. (Men Only)

(305) 651-HOPE (4673)
FAX: 305-759-2440 

11501 NW 2nd Ave 
Miami, FL3368

The Women's Place (For Women Only)

(305) 358-2063
4763 West Grover Cleveland Blvd
Miami, FL 33137

Sweetwater VOA Elderly Housing (Men Only)

(305) 220- 2648
10750 SW 4th Street
Miami, FL33174

Beckham Hall Emergency Shelter (Men Only, Temporary 90 Day Shelter)

(305) 634-1797
2735 NW 100th Avenue
Miami, FL 33172

Where do you begin?

To schedule an appointment please contact:





Janet Mapp

Director, Single Stop


Elsa Tanis

Program Coordinator - North Campus


Sandra Obas

Program Coordinator Educate Tomorrow @ MDC

(305) 237-0923
(305) 237-3041

Sara Dorvilier

Program Coordinator - Kendall Campus

(305) 237-0712

Mercy Arenas

Project Coordinator - Wolfson Campus


Wendy Joseph

Program Coordinator,
Educate Tomorrow @ MDC


Taniesha Wright

MDC Mentoring Coordinator


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