Class of Housing/Services: Transitional Housing, Shelter
Right now, our only overnight and short-term housing solutions are located in Hillsborough County. But anyone may apply. Hope Hall: For women and families experiencing temporary homelessness. Sometimes, unemployment is the only barrier to housing. At Hope Hall, families can stay together while they find work and save for their own housing. Uplift Hall: For families needing help and support for a longer period of time. Often, these families are in need of other services like counseling, job training or education in order to be able to provide for themselves. Permanent Housing: When families complete our programs, the end goal is to get them into affordable permanent housing. Working with county services, we help them find a place to call home.
Residence program for homeless families with children or single women; three meals a day, clothing and laundering services, personal storage space, on-site job training/placement assistance, educational opportunities and counseling; licensed childcare center, partnership school of H.C. (K-5 through 5th grade).
Service hours: 24 hours, every day; breakfast 6am-7am, lunch 11am-noon, dinner 5:30pm-6:30pm.
Metropolitan Ministries faithfully reaches out to poor, hungry and homeless men, women and children in their time of need — providing life-changing answers.
Within our care, people find food, clothing, shelter, and other vital services. But more importantly they find compassion and hope – hope for a brighter day and future.
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