Crisis Shelter - CASA, Residential Advocacy Services


727-895-4912 (TTY 727-828-1269)

Shelter Provides refuge, crisis intervention, and advocacy for up to 45 days when home is not a safe place. The shelter is always open. The location is confidential. Shelter residents receive:
Personal care items
Gateway Transitional Housing
Can be referred to CASA Gateway as space becomes available. Residents pay reduced rent and utilities.
Group and Individual Support
Life Skills/Employment
Mental Health
Personal Development
Referrals to Legal & Social Services
Safety Planning
Substance Abuse

Children’s Programs
Fun & Games
Kid’s Club
Safety Planning
Support Groups
Call for more information.

Service Location

PO Box 419
St. Petersburg, FL 33731
United States

727.895.4912 opt 1


CASA provides a Domestic Violence hotline for reidents of Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough Counties.

When you call CASA, an advocate will help you evaluate the degree of danger that exists in the relationship and help you prepare a safety plan to address your immediate need. Sometimes it’s difficult to realize the danger because you’ve coped so well for so long. However, it is vital that you call early when you suspect abuse so that you can come up with a safety plan to reduce the abuser’s opportunity to hurt you and your family. (Note: If you are calling CASA on behalf of a friend who may be a survivor, we encourage you to call early when you first suspect danger. The sooner a safety plan can be put in place the better!)

Link to the Pinellas Homeless Coalition (below):

P.O. Box 414
St. Petersburg, FL 33731

Hours of operation: 24 hours, 7 days a week


P.O. Box 419
Saint Petersburg, FL 33731
United States