We’re Ending Homelessness
Let us help you
We believe that everyone has the right to live in dignified and affordable housing.
Making Homelessness Rare. Brief. One-Time.
We are passionate about our work and have adopted a “Housing First” principle that guides each of our programs.
Message from our CEO
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to sweep the planet, the impact on those who are poor and homeless has been catastrophic.
The world began to shut down in mid-March 2020, but the work of SVdP CARES has increased beyond belief.
Become a Good Samaritan
Good Samaritans, by their monthly donations, enable SVdP CARES to provide a hand up to even more of our homeless neighbors. Good Samaritans Circle of Excellence donors enable SVdP CARES to provide “Welcome Home” packages to all households permanently housed. Together, we are working to give a hand up to our neighbors in need by providing safe and secure housing.
Real Faces of Homelessness
These are the stories of homelessness. Learn more about the families, Veterans, and individuals SVdP CARES is helping.
Homelessness can happen to anyone. But Juan never thought it would happen to him. A veteran…
Meet Kevin and Matt. SVdP CARES Community Thrift Store Truck Drivers extraordinaire. Pick-up and delivery of…
SVdP CARES Careers
SVdP CARES is a fast growing non-profit looking for professionals and service workers who have a desire to help people who are faced with the crisis of homelessness discover a better tomorrow.
Hear from Our Employees
Why we do the work we do.
“It is knowing that we are able to bring the security of a home to those we serve that keeps me going even when I’m exhausted. It is why I love my job, no matter how hard it gets.”
TeresaSVdP CARES Housing Specialist
“Helping out the veterans who are homeless. Delivering their beds. They are very happy when we deliver and put up the beds for them. It means they have a safe place to sleep, a roof over their head, and Matt and I love doing it.”
KevinCommunity Thrift Store Truck Driver
“We’re in the business of caring for people…it’s in our name, ‘CARES.’ People in shelters can be the forgotten population… but here, they’re not forgotten anymore. I can look at everyone out there and know their story because I get to know them, even if I’m not physically working with them.”
SVdP CARES serves 16 counties across 7,678 square miles of Florida. Everyone is welcome through our doors, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, ancestry, age, national origin, citizen, mental disability, genetic information, veteran or military status sexual orientation, and gender identity.
Let’s work together to eradicate poverty and homelessess one precious household at a time.