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Saint Augustine, FL - 32084
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St Francis House

St. Francis House Services

Emergency Services:
St. Francis House is the only full time emergency shelter between Jacksonville and Daytona Beach; serving St. Johns, Flagler, Clay, Putnam and Duval Counties.
Check in is at 5:30 PM.

They currently have dormitory facilities to accommodate 16 men, and 8 women.
Using the HUD formula, St. Johns County currently needs over 100 emergency beds, with that number slated to grow as the county grows.
St. Francis House currently has the capacity to house 5 families seeking emergency shelter.
Their total bed capacity is now 38.

Soup Kitchen:
St. Francis House serves thousands of hot meals each year.
These free and nutritious meals are often the only meal of the day for the poor and homeless of the area.
Daily meals are served seven days a week.

Food Pantry:
St. Francis House provides food baskets to families and individuals On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm.
You must bring ID and social security numbers for yourself and family members that you need services for.

Client Support Services:
In 2013, St. Francis House provided 163,981 essential services to clients in need.
St. Francis House provides a variety of client support services including referrals for housing, food, health care, education, career development, bill payment, birth certificate and I.D. procurement, transportation, and counseling.



St Francis House Mission Statement

“The St. Francis House Mission is to engage the homeless in achieving stability, self-sufficiency, and a viable plan for their future by providing a safe, stable environment, access to essential services, supportive connections, and to advocate for changes that address the needs of the homeless population. ”

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  • Reply User   2019-12-27 10:47:54

    I am going to be 65 next month and have a small service dog. Her job is to wake me up when I stop breathing from sleep apnea which she does numerous times nightly. It is hard to find shelters that allow animals because of liability and I understand that. I've been living on the streets for a long time and really would just like to go back to Washington state where I know of a shelter that will allow her to be there with me. Do you know of any organizations that could help us out with a ticket back to Washington. It would be very much appreciated.

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