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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Community Health Systems, Coronavirus Relief Food Banks, Food, Food Banks & Pantries, Health, Homeless & Housing, Homeless Shelters, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment

Mission: To provide humanitarian services to men, women and children who are poor and homeless. Such services include food, shelter, housing, rehabilitative treatment, and health care. Each service is carried out with the deeply held belief that every human being deserves love, respect and an opportunity to live a dignified life.

Programs: Housing services: to provide housing, case management, job development and other services related to aiding a client to achieve self-sufficiency.

hospitality services: to provide basic social services such as clothing, food, shelter, and case management to clients who are chronically homeless.

healing institute for social & personal adjustments: to provide treatment for homeless individuals who suffer from co-occurring disorders to enable them to break the cycle of homelessness.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Client Served

Rating: 5

My name is R. Andrews and I came to Camillus House in 2009 for the residential drug treatment program because I had a problem with drugs and alcohol. I completed the program and I was able to get permanent housing at Shepherd's Court. Camillus helped me pick myself up, made me feel better about myself. I began to trust myself and others began to trust me. Camillus trusted me when no one else trusted me. They gave me a chance when no one gave me a chance. Today, I feel good about myself and I'm grateful that I am able to enjoy my relationship with my grandson. Doc James, Fred, Wayne, and Elizabeth have been very supportive of me and have always treated me with respect.


Client Served

Rating: 5

I came to Camillus House in 2005 for residential treatment. I was able to get a job after finishing treatment and I learned how to be a productive member of society. I'm still clean and I live in one of the permanent housing programs that Camillus House has. I am grateful for the chance of having met some great staff members. Fred, Elizabeth, Kathy, Ms. B, Sandra and Betty, and Kathy are all good people. Joe was my mentor. They were patient with me and they knew that I had some limitations and they worked with me. To this day, I still see my counselor every week and we still do sessions. She gives me the support and encourages me to do the right thing. They were there for me when my father passed away. That's something that I'll never forget.


Client Served

Rating: 5

I was a client for a long time and I then came in the Courtyard. I received case management from a good case manager who was kind and respectful to me and shared with me that I could benefit from going into another Camillus program. I was referred and I was able to stay there until I got permanent housing in a Camillus House program. I now come to the main campus and volunteer and give back. I make sure that things are clean and organized, the same way it was when I was a client. This organization does a lot of good work. But every now and then you get a few bad apples that want to cause trouble. I thank everyone at Camillus for being kind, supportive, and accepting of me. They are my family.

2 Bizz M.

Client Served

Rating: 1

the workers are absolutely notrocious to us homeless people. this facility has stolen my tax return check and illegally cashed it. this facility has stolen my indentification cards 3 seperate times from the mail room. this facility has banned me from the property since 2010, thats 3 years but made an i.d. card stating im a member since 2010. this facility has took my personal information and made an i.d. with someone else picture, i seen it in their system and the card copied. this facility would not voucher for me to get housing assistance through the maimi hands program in 2009 stating its a clash of their interest. im waiting on disability for 16 months and this facility still refuses to help me recieve any sheltering. the facility director and my former case manager both charged me $50/mo. for a mat to sleep on in 2009, when i had a grave-yard shift job and would not allow me to rest during the day when i was off. this facility has called police on me at least 4 -5 times becouse i tried to retrieve my mail. this facility is a cover up, they just want people to enroll in the drug program so they can make a $15,000 profit per drug client. i do not use drugs and refuse to act like i do for a bed with 2-3 other men in the room. there is no protection for us homeless people becouse this facility is protected by the city of miami. i worked my whole life and have $180,000 of earned income under my social. i worked when i first came to miami in 2008, but this facility is aimed to keeping people on the streets. now i injure myself virtually every night sleeping on concrete, wear the same clothes becouse the other shelters do not have any available, i only eat 1 small meal a day becouse i cant earn an income. CAMILLUS HOUSE IS A FRAUD COMPANY........... I WILL GET MYSELF OFF THE STREETS WITH MY HEART AND GOD, CAMILLUS IS NOT A CHRISTIAN BASED PLACE AT ALL

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