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New Beginnings of Tampa Halfway House and Homeless Shelter

1402 East Chilkoot Avenue
Tampa, FL 33612
(813) 971-6961




Class of Housing: Halfway house, substance abuse treatment, detox

General Information:

New Beginnings a Non Profit 501(c)(3)of Tampa Florida runs a large Transitional Housing and Homeless Recovery Program that provides unaccompanied women, men and young adults over the age 18 with a safe place to live and an individualized, gender-responsive program of guidance and job training programs to help them stabilize their lives. A large percentage of our clients are U.S. Veterans, persons who have bravely served their country.

Our Facility houses 25 women and 125 men with housing food and clothing to assist individuals in homeless recovery. Our Program is also responsible for housing and assisting 75 Veterans of Military Service to our Country.

New Beginnings of Tampa Transitional Housing Program provides unaccompanied women, men and young adults over the age 18 with a safe place to live and an individualized, gender-responsive program of guidance and job training programs to help them stabilize their lives.
When people enter the program, their most immediate needs are for shelter, food and/or clothing. Once here, they begin to address other issues that may have contributed to their homelessness: mental or emotional health issues, substance abuse, confinement or probation within the judicial system, family and other relationship issues and/or the inability to maintain employment. The people who come to New Beginnings of Tampa are highly vulnerable – economically, physically, psychologically and socially.
For those with substance abuse and/or mental health problems, there are counselors who meet with you and referrals are also made to other appropriate agencies.
The Transitional Housing Program can serve up to 200 Men, Women, and Young Adults.
New Beginnings of Tampa also offers emergency housing for up to 50 Men and Women 18 years old or older located at 8535 North Nebraska Avenue, admission to the programs depends on availability. For more information about our programs, please contact us at 813-971-6961.

The program cost is $150 a week but residents could pay it off through work therapy.


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Helpful Definitions For New Beginnings of Tampa Halfway House and Homeless Shelter:

Transitional housing is affordable supportive housing designed to provide housing and appropriate support services to persons who are homeless or who are close to homelessness. The transition is to help them be more self sufficient to move towards independent living on their own. Transitional housing locations are oftentimes called Halfway Houses. The naming of the two (Halfway House OR Transitional House) is oftentimes interchangeable.

Many Transitional Housing programs are subsidized and are income based. Income based transitional housing generally charges 30% of your income for rent when you do have income. Contact the transitional housing facility to see if this applies.

Services provided at transitional housing facilities varies from substance abuse treatment, to psychological assistance, job training, domestic violence assistance, etc. The assistance provided varies, but it is generally affordable and low cost housing. Read the descriptions of each of the transitional living locations for more detailed information. Transitional housing facilities also may or may not assist with alcohol and/or drug substance abuse treatment.



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