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Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches - Residential Care Services (Region 2)

FSYR offers a warm, caring home to youth in need. It is for those children who, for whatever reason, cannot remain in their own homes. It is for children ages 8 through 18. Youth are cared for by "cottage parents" who help them develop a strong work ethic, sense of teamwork and self respect. Each child must be recommended by the local Sheriff. Please call for more information.

Toll Free: 1.800.765.3797

Homeless Family Center - Emergency Housing

Emergency Housing is available to homeless families. This program is limited to a 90 day stay. Clients who are able are required to work full time and children are enrolled in daycare/school.

  • Case management
  • Clothing
  • Employment services
  • Food
  • Shelter

There is an admission process. You will have to complete a form and mail it to the address listed below. Call for more information.

Homeless Family Center
P.O. Box 650855
Vero Beach, Florida 32965

Homeless Family Center - Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing is available to homeless families. This is for those who require a longer period of time to get back on their feet. This program can be extended as two years, as long as the client continues to follow house rules and work with case management. In this program, more intense case management is provided with emphasis:

  • Affordable Housing
  • Job Skills (Employment and Training)
  • Realistic Budgeting

There is an admission process. You will have to complete a form and mail it to the address listed below. Call for more information.

Homeless Family Center
P.O. Box 650855
Vero Beach, Florida 32965

The Salvation Army of Martin County - The Compassion House

The Compassion House is a living facility. It is for homeless women and women with children. They provide a total of 8 bedrooms. Washing machines and dryers are available. They accept any woman or woman with children who don’t have a place to live. They must meet qualifications.

The mission is to provide the following services:

  • Emergency shelter, food, clothing and counseling for homeless women and women with dependent children
  • Help the women and children create and execute “Life Plans” (Case Plans) with the goal of having their clients achieve self-sufficiency, permanent housing and the ability to get back on their feet so that they can live full productive lives
  • Work diligently with other organizations to provide women and children opportunities for health care, child care and employment

Call for more information.

U.S. Dept of Veterans Affairs - Home Loans

VA offers home loans to Active Duty Service members and Veterans. This also applies to National Guard and Reserve members.

Programs include:

  • Adapted Housing Grants
  • Cash Out Refinance Loans
  • Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan (IRRRL)
  • Native American Direct Loan (NADL) Program
  • Purchase Loans

See their website: http://www.benefits.va.gov/homeloans/ for more details.

Please call for more information.