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Find housing resources from federal, state, and local partners below. 

Catholic Charities

Housing and shelter is available and provides a safe living environment for low income or homeless families, seniors, and individuals who are facing a crisis, have limited income, disability, eviction, or other emergency that causes inadequate housing. For information, call 727-893-1313 or visit sagramonte@ccdosp.orgSt.

Vincent de Paul Rapid Rehousing Program

This program provides case management, housing search assistance, move-in deposits, and rental assistance for families, singles, and veterans who, if not for this assistance, would remain homeless. For information call 727-823-2516 or email

Directions For Living

Rehousing programs provide intensive case management services to homeless families for connection, support, and linkage to permanent housing. For information call 727-524-4464 or visit

Gulfcoast Legal Services

Free housing legal assistance to low-income clients and seniors without regard to income including discrimination, eviction, foreclosure, landlord-tenant disputes, and more. For information call 727-821-0726 or visit

Community Law Program

A not-for-profit corporation providing free real estate related legal services including, eviction for households at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. For information call 727-582-7480 or email

Westcare Florida Gulf Coast

Transitional housing for homeless adults in recovery from alcohol, drug abuse and mental illness provided in addition to counseling, mental health treatment and recovery support services. For information call 727-582-7480 or email

Habitat for Humanity for Pinellas and Pasco Counties

Homeownership programs empower individuals and families to build and buy their own home which is sold with no profit and zero percent affordable first mortgage financing and purchase assistance made available by the City of St. Petersburg. For information call 727-536-4755 or contact

Homeless Leadership Alliance of Pinellas

The Coordinated Entry System provides access to resources to ensure homeless persons receive assistance to prevent, divert and end homelessness. Continuum of Care and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) projects require participation in the CE system. For more information call 727-582-7916, visit or email

Brookwood Central Florida, Inc.

Troubled teen girls are provided an alternative living environment, life-skills training and education that prepare for self-sufficiency and independent living. For information call 727-202-6059.

Community Action Stops Abuse (CASA)

Provides support services and survivor advocacy for those harmed or injured by domestic violence and shelter from their abusers. For information call 727-895-4912 or visit

Bay Area Legal Services

A nonprofit law firm assisting homeowners in foreclosure, housing discrimination, fair housing and/or eviction, rental assistance and assistance for those preparing for homeownership. For information call 800-625-2257.

Boley Centers

Provides permanent housing for individuals and families; housing for homeless persons, those with mental illness or disabilities and for veterans. For information call 727-821-4819 or email

211 – Tampa Bay Cares

Refers callers in need of services related to rental assistance, adult emergency financial assistance, homeowner mortgage assistance and programs for individuals or families and more. For information call 211 or 727-210-4211 or visit

Neighborhood Home Solutions

Provides new housing opportunities for persons/families who are low to moderate income and are looking to purchase a new home and conducts housing counseling workshops, foreclosure counseling, and pre-and post-purchase counseling.  For information call 727-821-6897 or email

Suncoast Housing Solutions

Constructs new homes for sale to low to moderate-income families and provide homebuyer education classes.  For information call 727-442-7075 or email

Pinellas County Consumer Protection

Advise citizens of their rights.  For information call 727-464-6200 or visit

Internet Affordable Connectivity Program

Federal program that replaces the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) and helps eligible households meet their digital needs during the pandemic and for the next five years. More at or