How many beds does the center have?
200 beds (40 beds for family members, 120 beds in men’s dorm, 40 beds in the women’s dorm)
Broward Partnership can house up to 50 homeless men during winter months (temperatures 45 degrees and below) and in other weather emergencies.
Where do individuals go after leaving the center?
Depending on an individual’s level of functioning, they can move to the following destinations: Permanent housing, transitional housing, family or friends or other supportive programs. Individuals not willing to comply with program rules, policies, and expectations may be asked to leave the Center. Staff assists clients in finding a temporary or permanent place to stay.
When is the center open?
We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Does the center have Creole and Spanish-speaking staff?
How long can someone stay at the Broward Partnership?
The average stay for a resident is 60 days. You must cooperate with the housing assistance program and do what they suggest to find safe, permanent housing for your family. If you are placed in a temporary emergency shelter, you must follow the rules of the shelter.
Since opening on February 1, 1999, the Broward Partnership has served over 19,700 homeless individuals and families, by providing short term housing, and been held as a model program for its comprehensive array of solution-focused services that aim to reduce and prevent homelessness. The agency has won best practices awards from the Florida Department of Children & Families and the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, which also recognized the Partnership as one of the 400 best projects in the nation serving the homeless.