The Poster and Essay Contest is open to MDCPS students. Winners and their teachers can receive up to $300 in prizes this year.
Hideaways by the Bay is part of the Homeless Trust’s renovation and acquisition strategy to help create housing for extremely low-income individuals and families. Here’s more on the newest property.
G. Holmes Braddock High School teacher is fine-tuning her approach to teaching about homelessness in the classroom and the results are stellar
Private real estate firm says Homeless Trust relationship is good for business and good for the soul.
Protecting unsheltered individuals from extreme heat
At Mia Casa, the Trust’s new bridge housing project for homeless adults 65 and older, there is a contagious energy credited to Roxana Solano.
Outreach care specialist Rudy Hernandez stays positive because he knows he’s part of a unique collaboration caring for unsheltered HIV/AIDS patients.
The community celebrates the newly acquired bridge housing for adults 55+.
Homeless Trust was selected to receive a $21 million grant to help get homeless individuals housed.
For those who find themselves homeless and feeling hopeless during the holiday season sometimes miracles appear in the midst of so much uncertainty.
Miami-Dade’s affordable housing crisis took center stage at this year’s Youth Voice Action Council (YVAC) Summit.
Every landlord will want a Milagros “Millie” Rodriguez! A Housing Navigator is crucial to ending homelessness in Miami-Dade.
In the U.S… “almost 500,000 people sleep on our streets every single night. It is a travesty. It is a failure of effort and a failure of will. And so, I am so pleased to see here how successful they have been, and it is a model I would like to replicate throughout the country.”
Thanks to Continuum, George now has a place to call home.
Landlord Miguel Ramos shares how working with the Trust has warmed his heart.
The Homeless Trust works with Camillus House to ensure people facing homelessness due to eviction can find a place to call home.
The landlord shares how partnering with the Trust has changed her outlook on homelessness and helped her maintain a healthy business.
This contest gives students across Miami-Dade County the opportunity to brainstorm meaningful solutions that address the causes of homelessness, overcome negative stereotypes and create compassion for our county's homeless.
Hermanos De La Calle is a living, breathing helpline that works on the ground with the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust to render safe housing, mental and emotional support and more.
Homeless Awareness Day 2021 (HAD) unifies schools, faith-based communities, thought leaders, government entities, and non-profits in a full day of programming to raise awareness of homelessness.
Popular radio personality Kimmy B talks about what her work with Homeless Awareness Day has taught her about homelessness.
The Surfside condominium collapse tragedy prompted increased scrutiny on unsafe residential buildings throughout Miami-Dade.
After 25 years with the County, Greenshirt Willie Harris is about to retire, but don't think for a second, he is leaving his work forever.
Although Clifford Wilson deals with the toughest of tough, his smile reveals a soft heart and persistent spirit that makes him crucial to the Trust’s street outreach strategy.
Outreach workers are an important access point for those experiencing homelessness in Miami-Dade.
The Homeless Trust has also partnered with local agencies and providers to assist those in a shelter and on the streets, who may be unsure of how to access their Economic Impact Payments (EIP).
We interviewed Maxie Espinosa, a City of Miami homeless outreach worker. She talks about the responsibilities, joys, and hardships that come with her job.
The Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust is coordinating the use of CARES Act Emergency Solutions Grant funding and other available funding sources to provide rent and mortgage assistance to individuals and families who are most in need.
One out of every five persons experiencing homelessness in Miami-Dade County is over the age of 55.
This time of year we are often asked by the community, “what can I do to help?” It’s a great question, and it never ceases to amaze us just how many caring folks reach out and ask this of us every year. We’ve provided a few helpful tips and ideas for volunteering over the holidays.
Tests administered across the continuum by the Homeless Trust and its partners since April 1st have resulted in a 2 percent infection rate.
Can you help?
I see God’s relentless pursuit of me, my family and I have great hope for my future.
Elletlia Addison-Phelps won the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust’s 2018 essay contest for lived experience.