Homeless Outreach Mobile Engagement (HOME)

We provide street outreach services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness, families with dependent children, and seniors 65+ living without homes, or who are at risk of homelessness, by linking them to a variety of resources and providing behavioral health care throughout the community, including at local shelters. Our HOME program provides street outreach to the cities of Treasure Island, Gulfport, and Pinellas Park and the PSTA Grand Central Station located in the city of St. Petersburg.

Cooperative Agreements to Benefit Homeless Individuals (CABHI)

The CABHI program provides counseling and case management services to individuals, youth, and families who have experienced homelessness and have a severe and persistent mental health condition or co-occuring disorder. This program is focused on formally homeless individuals, youth, and families who have recently been housed in permanent or permanent supportive housing.

Eligility requirements: referral by Pinellas County Human Services

SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR)

The SOAR program is designed to increase access to SSI/SSDI for adults who are experiencing or are at-risk of homelessness and have a mental illness, medical impairment, and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder.

For more information about this service, please email [email protected].


The Family Works program provides intensive case management services and housing resources to children and their families identified by the Pinellas County School System as being homeless or housing unstable, with priority being given to elementary age children. The goal of services is to ensure that children and their families find and/or maintain stable housing, while promoting academic success in areas such as attendance and performance. Services are provided in the home, school, and community by a counselor and housing-focused case manager team who work intensively with the child and their family to address the barriers to stable housing that resulted in the referral to the Family Works program.

Eligibility requirements: Referral from Pinellas County School System HEAT (Helping Educate All in Transition) Team


Targeted Prevention provides intensive case management services for families with dependent children who are not homeless and are housed, but are at-risk of becoming street homeless due to eviction or the loss of housing.

For information on this service, please email [email protected].

Pinellas County’s family shelter access point is 2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares.

If you need emergency shelter, dial 2-1-1 from your phone.

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