Supportive housing is an evidence-based housing that combines non-time-limited affordable housing assistance with wrap-around supportive services for people experiencing homelessness, as well as other individuals with disabilities. Click here to learn about ACTS supportive housing program.
Transitional Housing for Veterans located at ACTS’ Drew Park campus, in Hillsborough County, provides residential treatment, room, board, supervision and shuttle services to the VA for veterans. Those served are homeless or previously homeless and suffer from substance abuse disorders and/or co-occurring mental health/substance disorders. The Recovery Support Services are designed to assist in the rehabilitation of persons served by promoting mutual support and integrated personalized care.
Hillsborough County Community Support Services offers site-based Permanent Supportive Housing for persons with HIV/AIDS, homeless and chronically homeless veterans, and individuals with substance abuse/mental health disorders. Persons and families in these residences are provided support services through case managers.
ACTS 133rd Street duplex serves veterans who are homeless and in need of supportive services. The home provides safe, accessible permanent housing with supportive services provided by the VA as needed.
ACTS Vincente Garcia duplex serves veterans who are homeless. The home provides safe, accessible permanent housing with supportive services provided by the VA as needed.
Hillsborough HEART Program provides permanent supportive housing through 136 apartments located throughout Hillsborough County to individuals who are chronically homeless with a disability via rental assistance and an Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT).
Bridge Housing provides 90 day and emergency shelter and recovery services to homeless individuals with co-occurring (substance abuse/mental health) disorders. Services are provided in 2 congregate living locations in Tampa and 8 scattered site apartments.
Tri-County Permanent Supportive Housing offers site-based and apartments throughout the Winter Haven, Lakeland, and Highlands County communities to provide permanent housing to individuals who are homeless or chronically homeless with disability conditions.