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2-1-1 Crisis Hotline - Hillsborough

Dialing 2-1-1 provides a hotline to emergency help and crisis information. This includes a wide range of counseling services. Volunteers can refer you to resources in the area.
Just dial 2-1-1 on your telephone to reach a certified counselor. Help is available 24 hours a day.

Please see the website for all services.

Services include:

  • Homeless hotline
  • Rape counseling
  • Suicide hotline
  • Substance abuse services
  • Trauma counseling
  • Traveler's Aid

Family Stabilization - Hillsborough

This program offers a variety of services. They are designed to help families meet basic needs and be self sufficient. Economic aid is designed to calm severe financial and emotional crises.Case management services help people make a budget and manage their personal resources. Services are open to all regardless of income.

Please see the website for more details.

Case Management:813.264.9949

Homeless Recovery Program and Homeless Adult Living Facility Program

This program has services which include boarding
homes, shelter, utilities, food, bus passes and
referrals to job programs. Clients must be willing
to take part in a plan for self sufficiency.

There are also Cold Weather shelters when the temperature
dips below freezing.

Cold Weather Emergency Shelter Locations:
Jackson Springs Park Recreation Center
8620 Jackson Springs Road
Tampa FL 33615
813.554.5004 (Shelter opens at 6:30 pm)

Salvation Army
1514 N. Florida Ave
Tampa FL 33602
813.221.4440 (Shelter Opens at 4:00 p.m.)

Metropolitan Ministries
2010 N. Florida Ave.
Tampa FL 33602
813.209.1077 (Shelter Opens at 4:00 p.m.)

Brandon Park Recreation Center
510 E. Sadie Street
Brandon FL 33510
813.635.8179 (Shelter opens at 5:30 p.m.)

Wimauma Civic Center
5705 Hillsborough Street
Wimauma FL 33598
(Shelter opens at 6:00 p.m.)

Sign-up available at Neighborhood Centers at:

Mental Health Care, Inc. - The Hope Program

This program serves people and families who are homeless and diagnosed with a mental illness. Some clients may also have a substance use disorder. The program provides case management, basic living skills training, employment services and stipend for childcare if needed. The program uses the Shelter Plus Care grant program. The goal is to help clients find permanent housing in the community.

Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, but staff is available after these hours, as well.