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Contact Information Edit

Program Name:  Hospitality House- The Salvation Army
1603 North Florida Avenue Tampa, FL  33602

Main Phone:  Margaret Rogers, Director of Social Services (813) 226-0055  297

Melissa Brass, Case Manager (813) 226-0055 ext. 219

Fax number:  (813) 849-0926
E-Mail address:  margaret_rogers@uss.salvationarmy.org

melissa_brass@uss.salvationarmy.org


Internet Site:  http://www.salvationarmytampa.com

Mailing Information Edit

Agency Name & Mailing address:  HOSPITALITY HOUSE- THE SALVATION ARMY
1603 NORTH FLORIDA AVENUE TAMPA, FL   33602


Program Information Edit

Eligibility requirements:  Females must be employed or have a steady source of monthly income and be able to work (will need to secure employment in order to stay in the program); Single women & women with children. Will accept women with up to 3 children.
Information last updated:  09/05/2013

Controlling agency  Salvation Army Tampa/Hillsborough Division Headquarters
Accessibility:  ADA compliant
Transportation: 
In-Home Services Provided
Self Payment
Malpractice Insurance
Sliding Fee Scale
Pro Bono Services
Payment Assistance
Hillsborough Healthcare
Medipass
Accepts Medicaid
Accepts Medicare
Accepts HMO/PPO
Accepts Tricare
Accepts Mcaid/Mcare Only
Accepts Most Insurance
Minimum Sliding Fee Scale:  $3.00 per night
AKA:  Women's Transitional Housing Program
Hours of operation:  8am-4pm Monday-Friday
Fees charged:  Low-cost fee per day. Fees vary for single women, women with one child, and women with two or more children. Please call for information.
Intake procedure:  Appointment with case manager - must have ID and birth certificates for children; Call for more information
Area served:  Hillsborough County
Languages spoken or available:  English/Spanish

Service Description Edit

Hospitality House is a 51-bed transitional housing program for homeless women and children. The Salvation Army helps these families make the transition from homelessness to independent living, by meeting their basic needs and offering them access to the skills and services they need to regain their independence and self-sufficiency.

For up to two years, women and children may live at the Hospitality House where they are provided with three meals a day, their own semi-private room, quality donated clothing for school and job interviews, weekly counseling, skills training, self-help programs, and job placement assistance. Complimentary daycare is provided for mothers with young children.

School-aged youths living in the Hospitality House attend public school and are provided with clothing, school supplies and other tools they’ll need for success. Each summer, through community support, youths living in Hospitality House are given an opportunity to spend a week at Camp Keystone in north central Florida where they can swim, ride horses and enjoy other outdoor activities with new friends.

Other Services Offered by this Program: Edit

Housing- Transitional; Shelter; Shelter- Women; Shelter- Women & Children; Transitional Svcs;


Program Events: Edit

Kcappello 17:30, April 12, 2012 (UTC) - Updated Categories

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