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1603 NW 7th Avenue
Miami, FL 33136

(305) 374-1065 x429



Emergency Housing:
Temporary housing provided for a period of up to 90 days, depending upon the program and the needs of the client.

Mail Room & Telephone Services:
Offers free mail service, whereby persons who are homeless may use the Camillus campus as a mailing address in order to send and receive mail. clients are permitted to make free local phone calls and, in some cases, long distance calls are allowed since there are times when someone who became homeless in Miami has family out-of-state and needs assistance to go back home.

Identification Cards Program:
Homeless persons may obtain a free "Camillus House" picture ID, which often serves as their only form of ID. Also available are special ID cards for clients with mental illness. Participation for clients is strictly voluntary. Assistance clients who have lost all of their ID in re-establishing their identity by obtaining birth certificates, social security cards and other forms of ID vital to helping them obtain housing and employment.

Showers/Clothing Exchange:
Free, hot showers for men three days per week, and for women three days per week. Clients may obtain a free exchange of clean clothing and shoes, in conjunction with the shower program, or via special referral.

Meal Program:
Offers free, nutritious meals to the hungry of Miami-Dade County. Five days a week, individuals registered as Camillus Day Center clients are provided with a hot, complete meal. Also provides meals for clients of other Camillus House programs, including three (3) meals per day for the clients of the ISPA treatment program and breakfast for clients who have stayed in the emergency overnight shelter.

General Information


8:00am-5:00pm, Mon-Fri

Intake Process:

Registration and intake to be completed at the location

Program Fees:



English, Spanish


Adult men and women who are homeless

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