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Vero Beach, FL
3256 US Hwy 1
Vero Beach, FL 32960
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Who They Are
Camp Haven is an Indian River County transitional home that provides supportive living opportunities and education to adults committed to rising out of homelessness. The program is unique as we are the only shelter of its kind in the county and the surrounding areas. By implementing a thoughtful intake procedure and strict adherence to guidelines, residents in the program receive educational opportunities as well as counseling and encouragement as they move from homelessness to hopefulness, eventually becoming active, engaged, contributing members of our community.
How They Do It
With the ongoing support of individuals, churches and the community as a whole, Camp Haven can provide shelter, food, clothing, vocational training and life skills classes that aid in the transitional process for each of our residents. The intake procedures are selective and thorough, including an extensive application process, criminal background checks and drug screenings.
Camp Haven seeks to transform the lives of homeless men in Indian River County by providing a safe environment that will help them break free from destitution and despair. With an emphasis on accountability our residents are mentally and physically trained to re-enter society and find jobs - becoming contributing members of the community.
Who They Are & Who They Serve
Camp Haven is a nonprofit organization based in Vero Beach, Florida helping the residents of Indian River County recover their lives. Camp Haven provides shelter and stability while residents rebuild their lives with professional counseling, job opportunities, hope and encouragement.
How Camp Haven is Different
By implementing a thoughtful intake procedure and strict adherence to guidelines their program provides residents with educational opportunities, counseling and support, as they move from homelessness to hopefulness, eventually becoming active, engaged, contributing members of our community.
Ending homelessness begins with the understanding that people who are or have been homeless are our neighbors and members of our community.