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.