Broward Partnership is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is the largest comprehensive homeless services provider in Broward County. The Partnership operates the Central Homeless Assistance Center in Fort Lauderdale and the North Homeless Assistance Center in Pompano Beach providing street outreach, 498 beds of emergency shelter, over 100 units of scattered-site permanent housing interventions in Broward County, rapid rehousing, and a complete array of health and social services for men, women and families with children experiencing homelessness. The Partnership has won best practices awards from the Florida Department of Children & Families and the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.
About THE broward partnership
We Help the homeless find THE WAY BACK HOME.
- A focus on rapidly transitioning clients to stable housing situation and to provide specialized services to ensure housing stability.
- Three nutritious meals a day and a comfortable bed provides our clients with a real opportunity to rethink, refocus and regain the person they are.
- Free medical and dental care help clients to start feeling and looking better.
- Psychiatric care, family therapy, substance abuse services, and support groups are all available to those who need them.
- A clothing center, hair salon and fitness center help individuals clean up and shape up.
- Life skills classes, a computer lab, vocational assessments, educational services, job readiness and training services provide a workable chance at a fresh start.
The Broward Partnership builds strength in its community. A well-recognized, innovative leader in the provision of services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness, Broward Partnership now enters its 23rd year of high quality humanitarian service delivery to its community. Relying on the Partnership’s reputation for solution focused, best practice, cost efficient and compassionate care, to date more than 30,000 men, women and children have embraced the Partnership’s commitment to them.
60% of the agency’s funding comes from the local, state and federal government.
The remaining 40% comes from private corporations, charitable foundations and individuals committed to ending the homeless crisis in Broward County.
We need your help to continue our innovative approach.
20 Years of Partnership
HELP THEM FIND THE WAY BACK
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