Homeless and Residential Services

 

Homeless Residential Programs

Gulfstream Goodwill's Homeless Residential Programs provide safe, comfortable housing for homeless individuals with disabilities.

  • Priority is given to those who are chronic substance users, veterans and persons diagnosed with severe mental illness.
  • All programs offer case management, life skills and substance abuse education, job placement assistance and financial budgeting.
Goodwill Homeless and Residential Services


Project Succeed provides long-term supportive housing to single adults who are currently homeless with a disability. Project Succeed allows disabled homeless individuals to live independently in the community. Referrals to Project Succeed are accepted from the Homeless Outreach Team of Palm Beach County and The Senator Philip D. Lewis Center.


Beacon Place and New Avenues provide long-term supportive housing to single adults who are chronically homeless with a severe disability. These programs serve 50 chronically homeless individuals within the community. Referrals are accepted from the Homeless Outreach Team of Palm Beach County and The Senator Philip D. Lewis Center.

 

The Senator Philip D. Lewis Center is a homeless resource center provided through a unique partnership led by Gulfstream Goodwill Industries. Click here for more information about the Lewis Center.

 

For additional information, please call Senior Director of Residential Programs Paula Giordano at (561) 848-7200.