Miracles For Pasco
65,000 people in Pasco County live below the poverty level — just one emergency away from homelessness. And it’s not just a job loss that could push them over the edge. Money is so tight that one day off work to take care of a sick child might mean a single mom can’t pay next month’s utility bill.
In 2015, we expanded our services in Pasco County with 12 transitional housing units for homeless families with children on our Holiday Campus. Today we have a total of 24 units: 20 family rooms, 2 singles rooms with three singles each for 6 total single women, and 2 apartments that families and singles can transition into after securing employment. The length of stay depends on individualized goals. Length of stay typically ranges from 3 to 12 months. Longer lengths of stay are typical when education is needed in order to reach needed transitioning self-sufficiency income.
Miracles for Pasco is a replicable model of our program in Hillsborough County, which has an 87% success rate one year later. Miracles for Pasco will enable the same results in Pasco County.
What We Provide to Residents:
- 24-hour resident services staff
- Three hot meals daily
- Case Management
- GED and Adult Education (these programs are available to both residents and community members)
- Financial Wellness
- Housing Assistance
- Employment Training
- After School Programming
If you are not a resident on our campus but need a meal – you can click here for our Pasco meal site partners.
- Healing Hands Health Center
- Mid Florida Community Services
Sanctuary Model of Care based on the knowledge that trauma and chronic stress have a deep and lasting impact on people and the community.
Our program helps individuals explore what they want their life to look like for them and their families, identify goals to achieve and a plan to overcome any barriers that are currently in the way of achieving those goals. Through holistic services, we ensure families and singles develop skills for a healthy body, mind and spirit helping to ensure long-term self-sufficiency when they leave our campus.