Sarasota county makes progress with homeless family population – ABC 7
May 29, 2015
A 2013 survey showed there were 350 homeless families with more than 1000 children in Sarasota County.
“Sarasota was shocked, to know how many homeless families are right here in our backyard,” said Harvest
House official Erin Minor, referring to the study … Read More
Tryon: Harvest House’s genius in helping homeless – Herald Tribune
May 17, 2015
Erin Minor told me last week that she’s never heard the words “genius” and “Harvest
House” mentioned in the same sentence. I don’t know why, because there is a simple genius in the way Harvest House Transitional Centers approaches its work … Read More
One of the worst cities for the poor? Try Sarasota – Herald Tribune
May 5, 2015
For children in poor families, Sarasota is one of the worst places in the country in which to grow up. It’s also one of the worst places in Southwest Florida, at least for moving up the income ladder … Read More
Tryon: Making progress on helping the homeless – Herald Tribune
April 5, 2015
So, local governments in Sarasota County hired an expert on homelessness, he wrote a report and nothing has been done since then, right? Wrong … Read More
Community Spotlight: TreeUmph! Adventure Course Hosts 40 Local Students from Harvest House Transitional Centers – The Bradenton Times
March 8, 2015
TreeUmph! Adventure Course, Southwest Florida’s first treetop obstacle course, honored their commitment to the youth of our community by providing a complimentary day of fun and learning for Harvest House Transitional Centers … Read More
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Please note, submitting an application for an NSP Affordable Rental does not guarantee housing. Units do not become available very often, so Harvest House will hold your application for 6 months in case a unit becomes available. The NSP program has strict gross income limits that are determined by HUD. Please see the chart below to ensure that your household meets the income requirements. Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitting an application does not guarantee housing. Our goal is to serve as many families as possible, but due to limitations, we select those with the highest acuity of need first. We hold applications for 6 months in case an opening fits the needs of each applicant over that time period.
Home Again is a housing program that helps families prepare for long-term housing stability. The best fit for the program is families that have many challenges to housing, but are willing to engage with the program to improve their housing situation. Families must be willing to set goals, meet regularly with a case manager, attend life skills classes, and participate in individual housing stability plans.