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Affordable Housing

The need for supportive housing & social safety nets are critical to our community’s health. According to the recent ALICE Report, 127,876 households in Sarasota-Manatee are one paycheck away from being unable to meet basic needs. Without help, they are at great risk of living in poverty for generations. Harvest House is a critical point in their journey.

Individuals Housed in 2019
AFFORDABLE HOUSING

NSP Affordable Rentals

Through NSP, HUD provided money to local governments, nonprofits, and all 50 states for the purpose of stabilizing communities that have suffered from foreclosures and abandonment. NSP partners acquired and rehabilitated properties to sell or rent to low- and moderate-income households. NSP contributes to our overall mission of revitalizing neighborhoods and transforming lives.

Affordable Rentals


Harvest House currently rents out 25 affordable rentals to low-income households. Many of these units are inhabited by former clients who worked hard to end the cycle of homelessness in their family.

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Graduate Housing

We find that Freedom and VETS graduates can benefit from continued supportive housing during their next steps in recovery. For some, this is a necessary step before finding sustainable housing. Some graduate housing residents will never be able to live on their own due to age or pre-existing conditions.

Sober Living


Tenants accepted to this program sign a lease at an affordable rate that includes rent, utilities, and access to the Harvest Food Pantry. They also maintain access to the supportive services of the Freedom program, including the life-skills classes, support groups, and our loving community. 

Addressing Generational Poverty

As housing costs significantly rise & wages increase at a snail’s pace, our neighbors are finding it increasingly more difficult to maintain safe housing, and much harder to bounce back after experiencing homelessness. Without help, they are at great risk of living in poverty for generations. Today, poverty causes families to live in unsafe neighborhoods and have no or unreliable transportation, exposing children to violence, trauma, interrupted schooling, and feelings of worthlessness and hopelessness. Harvest House is a critical point in their journey.

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