Official Web Site: www.safeharborpinellas.org/
Opened in January 2011 with financial support from twelve municipalities within the County, as well as the assistance from the Public Defender's Office, the State Attorney's office, County Commissioners and others to provide a more safe shelter for the growing homeless population in Pinellas County. The Safe Harbor provides approximately 425 individuals respite from living on the streets in our County every night.
- Houses an average of 425 individuals daily.
- 3 meals per day.
- Case management to all residents and "outplaced" to the appropriate social provider.
- Classes such as Daily Living Skills, Anger Management, Self-Defeating Behaviors, 12 Step Programs, Faith Based Programs and Skills for Successful Transitions help residents transform back into sustainable members of society.
- Medical care services.
- Transportation for appointments and important meetings.