Homelessness in Northeast Florida
Every person deserves a home. Helping Starts with understanding.
In its 2014 report, the State of Florida’s Council on Homelessness reported over 1,800 homeless persons in Duval County alone. In the same report surveying homelessness on the streets by county in Florida, St. Johns County reported over 1,400, Clay County reported over 100 and Nassau County reported over 90 homeless persons each. According to these figures, there are over 4,200 homeless persons in Northeast Florida on any given day.
Emergency Food & Shelter
Helping the needy starts with a wholesome meal, a warm bed in a safe place stay, and caring staff.
Women & Children's Center
TRM's Women and Children's Center is dedicated to rebuilding the lives of the most vulnerable and in need.
Lifeline is a highly structured, Christian, free program designed to defeat debilitating cycles that lead to homelessness.
Freedom Farm is a one-of-a-kind Christian-based addiction recovery program set in peaceful working farm.
Spiritual recovery is a part of our emergency services and includes chapel, counseling, and prayer support.