Full Resource Name:

St Vincent De Paul Society - SSVF - Rapid Rehousing II

2810 W St. Isabel Street
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33607

(844) 455-7783

www.svdpsp.org

Description:

SSVF provides supportive services to extremely low-income veterans and their families residing in or transitioning to permanent housing in Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough Counties. We do this through a variety of services including case management, housing counseling, assistance in obtaining VA and public benefits and temporary financial assistance. We assist homeless veterans (individuals and families) as well as veterans who are at imminent-risk of becoming homeless, whether they are facing eviction, staying with friends or family and they have to leave, or staying in a motel they can no longer pay for. Temporary financial assistance must assist the individual/family in accessing or maintaining housing. If individual or family is not experiencing a housing crisis, they are not eligible for assistance through SSVF. Financial assistance that is provided includes security/utility deposit, rental and utility assistance, moving/storage costs, child care, transportation (bus passes) and possible motel assistance. Again, the households served through this program MUST BE experiencing a housing crisis in order to be eligible for services through SSVF.

Phone Numbers

SSVF Hotline

(844) 455-7783

Phone

(813) 609-4907

Address Listings

Physical384 15th Street North
Saint Petersburg, FL 33705
Physical
(Primary)
2810 W St. Isabel Street
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33607
Mailing384 15th Street North
Saint Petersburg, FL 33705
Mailing384 15th Street North
Saint Petersburg, FL 33705

Contacts

Lloyd Brown Jr.

Primary Contact

Program Manager

Program Manager

(813) 609-4907

lloyd@svdsp.org

Jocelyn Hill

SSVF Contact Center Representative

(844) 455-7783

Tianna Milagro

Program Supervisor

(813) 999-8970

tianna@svdpsp.org

General Information

Hours:

Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30

Intake Process:

Intakes will be scheduled once basic information is obtained and eligibility is determined by referring source. Intake must be face-to-face and can be completed in the office or in the community, depending on the client's preference. Once intake procedure is completed and eligibility is determined, the case management staff will begin working with household to determine needs and address these needs.

Documentation Required: DD214 and/or Veteran's Medical Card, Verification of homeless status

Program Fees:

N/A

Languages:

English

Eligibility:

Must have a veteran in the household, be below 50% Area Median Income, cannot have a dishonorable discharge from the military, at least 1 day of active duty, and must be experiencing a housing crisis (either literally homeless or at imminent-risk of becoming homeless to qualify for services.

There has to be a living veteran in the household. If veteran served in the National Guard or Reserves, they must have been called to Active Duty and served out the required time. If veterans has a dishonorable discharge, they are not eligible for SSVF services.

Handicap Accessible?

Yes

Geographies Served

Geography Served

    Serves All Areas

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