In Harvest House Family Village, homes for the homeless – Herald Tribune
May 10, 2016
Community leaders and partners of Harvest House on Tuesday revealed the renovated housing complex at the 2700 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Sarasota. The homes are designed to offer housing options for vulnerable families in the Sarasota-Manatee region, specifically the families of U.S. military veterans and those who have been chronically homeless … Read More
Remodeled homes become transition place for homeless – Fox 13 News
May 10, 2016
SARASOTA (FOX 13) – For more than a year, people in Sarasota have made it their mission to rehab a declining block of Martin Luther King Drive. Their efforts prove, sometimes a little hope, some help, and a roof over a person’s head can make a huge difference … Read More
Harvest House opens housing for homeless families – My Suncoast
May 10, 2016
SARASOTA, Fla. — On Martin Luther King Jr. Way, 16 pristine homes are now nearly ready for families of homeless veterans and chronically homeless families to move into, but for years they were rundown and crime-ridden. “There was drug activity, sex trafficking, a homicide,” said Executive Director of the Harvest House … Read More
Lee Wetherington Family Village groundbreaking – SNN TV
May 10, 2016
SARASOTA COUNTY – 66 people, including veterans and homeless families on the Suncoast, may soon have a place to call home. Leaders and partners of Harvest House cut the ribbon on the new Lee Wetherinton Family Village Tuesday … Read More
Harvest House launching new housing program – Herald Tribune
May 9, 2016
SARASOTA — Harvest House is doubling the housing it has available to help homeless families, veterans and young adults this summer with the new Harvest House Family Village in greater Newtown. The cluster of 18 apartments on the 2700 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way, just west of Tuttle Avenue, will provide 66 new — and sorely needed — beds to the nonprofit’s Home Again permanent housing program, Harvest House executive director … Read More
Paving Opportunities for Vulnerable Families – SRQ Magazine
May 7, 2016
Throughout our work at the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, I stress the words of American inspirational author Orison Swett Marden: “There is no medicine like hope, no incentive so great and no tonic so powerful as expectation of something tomorrow.” This coming Tuesday, I, along with other community leaders and partners, will kickoff the dedication ceremony for Harvest House’s new Family Village … 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.