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About Harvest House

Welcome to Harvest House



Our vision is to ignite a revolution, compelling individuals to live beyond fear into their best life, fulfilling their destiny. Here, participants will move from fear and anxiety to confidence and freedom. We want to be the last transitional center an individual or family enters.


Our mission is to champion hope and transform lives by revitalizing neighborhoods and providing service-enriched housing programs.


Our supportive housing model is becoming the standard for serving members of our community who are working to rebuild their lives. We believe that affordable supportive housing programs improve economic status, revitalize neighborhoods, and stabilize lives.

About Us

In 1992 Pastors Jim and Peggy Minor founded Harvest House with just 6 beds for men in recovery from substance abuse. Today, Harvest House has 9 supportive housing campuses and 30 affordable rentals encompassing 400+ beds and serves more than 900 individuals annually.

As a pioneer in the transitional and permanent supportive housing movement, Harvest House is one of the few nonprofit organizations in Sarasota to work towards the development, preservation, and management of affordable, service-enriched housing, We serve homeless families, veterans, youth ages 18 to 24, and adults with a history of incarceration and substance abuse.

Our programs are not a handout. Instead, they offer a hand-up to those willing to engage and work towards independence. We believe that personal responsibility is a key component of success for the families, youth, veterans, and individuals we serve.

Revitalizing Neighborhoods. Transforming Lives.

Men, women, and children served with supportive housing in 2017
Individuals served with Residential Addiction Recovery Services in 2017
Children were not homeless in 2017

Leadership & Staff


President Dan Minor and Executive Director Erin Minor work with a talented team of professionals to accomplish Harvest House’s goals and mission.

Jon Minor

Director of Residential Operations

Shaelina Holmes

Director of Development & Marketing

Jim Rouches

Director of Program Services

Cheryl Clunk

Director of Family Services

It is so important that people see themselves worthy of a good life. It's not enough that they're off the streets. That's why collaboration is essential to stop the generational cycle of poverty & substance abuse, & I'm so proud of what we have accomplished so far."

- Cheryl Clunk, Director of Family & Youth Services