Client Services Provided at Pinellas Hope

A safe, caring atmosphere where homeless clients are respected and encouraged to progress in a community setting designed to promote individual development and self-sufficiency.

Assigned Case Manager to assist client to set goals, identify opportunities, measure progress, obtain employment, and save money to advance in self-sufficiency and transition from emergency housing.

Adult Education including GED classes, career pathway education, remedial education to obtain and retain employment.

Pinellas County Schools certified adult education instructors on-site six days each week.

Computer lab and computer skills training for job searching, emailing and employment-related internet access.

Resume writing and interviewing skills classes.

Personal finance/budget classes.

Bible study classes two nights each week.

AA 12-Step Recovery meetings on site each evening, seven days per week.

Referral to alcohol/substance abuse assessment and treatment programs as necessary.

Pinellas County Health Mobile Medical Unit visits once or twice each week as needed.

Visiting Nurse available one day each week.

Liaison with area agencies to provide mental health services as needed.

Referrals to Vocational Rehabilitation as appropriate.

Referrals to various programs and assisted living facilities as appropriate to address client needs.

Outreach to homeless veterans and referrals to targeted case management for housing and other needs.

Homemaker services to assist with furniture, household item needs of clients who transition to alternative housing opportunities.

2 meals plus light breakfast every day.

Clothes closet to address apparel needs and employment requirements through donations of various clothing items.

Availability of transportation to/from various churches for worship services.
Transportation services for medical appointments.