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  • Fabio, 47

    Prior to living on the street, Fabio had been living in Coconut Grove, working as a DJ. The life was fast paced and introduced him to drugs. He was one of the first brothers to be found by Outreach in 2016. Fast Housing found him a place in a rehabilitation facility in West Palm Beach; however, his sobriety did not last longer than 6 months. Outreach found him again a few months later, and placed him in a home among other brothers. While Fabio found his passion for cooking, he is currently working in construction as the pandemic has forced many chefs out of their positions. Antes de vivir en la calle, Fabio vivió en Coconut Grove, trabajando como DJ. La vida era rápida y ahí fue cuando se le introdujeron las drogas. Fue uno de los primeros hermanos encontrados por Encuentro en 2016. Vivienda le encontró un lugar en un centro de rehabilitación en West Palm Beach; desafortunadamente, su sobriedad no duró más de 6 meses. Encuentro lo encontró nuevamente unos meses después, y lo colocó en una casa entre otros hermanos. Aunque Fabio encontró su pasión en la cocina, actualmente está trabajando en la construcción, ya que la pandemia ha obligado a muchos chefs a abandonar sus puestos.

  • Jose, 67

    Living on the streets for five months, Jose would stay in a hotel on a given night if he could afford it. In 2018, Outreach met José. He was not like the rest of the homeless that we usually find in the streets. He was a Dominican in good shape, well dressed and he had a very interesting conversation. After two months, he decided to accept Fast Housing and moved in with our Hermanos de la Calle community. Today, at 65 years old, he expresses his passions for reading and Asian food as he remains a part of our family. Cinco meses entre hoteles y la calle. En 2018, Encuentro conoció a José. No era como el resto de las personas sin hogar que solemos encontrar en las calles. Era un dominicano en buena forma, bien vestido y con buena conversación. Después de dos meses, decidió aceptar Vivienda y se mudó con nuestra comunidad Hermanos de la Calle. Hoy, a los 65 años, expresa sus pasiones por la lectura, la comida asiática, y es un gran miembro de nuestra familia.

  • Juan Carlos, 62 †

    Six years on the streets while battling with a crippling cancer that left him disfigured. Through it all, his spirit remained intact. Fast Housing found him a safe home in March 2018. Though Peer Brother, our community created awareness of his situation, creating a large web of support. Once his health stabilized, he purchased a truck and began selling fruit at residences. He wished to be baptized and started attending Holy Mass. As of May 2019, Juan Carlos is with our Lord. Juan Carlos pasó seis años en las calles mientras luchaba con un cáncer paralizante que lo dejó desfigurado. A pesar de todo, su espíritu permaneció intacto. le encontró un hogar seguro en marzo de 2018. Por el programa Padrino, nuestra comunidad creó conciencia de su situación, creando una gran red de apoyo. Una vez que su salud se estabilizó, compró un camión y comenzó a vender fruta en las residencias. Deseaba bautizarse y comenzó a asistir a la Santa Misa. A partir de mayo de 2019, Juan Carlos está con nuestro Señor.

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  • Hermanos de la Calle

    Our Mission The mission of FHC is to offer help and support to homeless individuals, as well as to create awareness and motivate local communities and families to volunteer in different ways to help the homeless gain back their dignity and their place in society. Hermanos de la Calle is a Christian faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to uplifting, supporting and rehabilitating those experiencing homelessness in Miami-Dade County. The foundation works with individuals to reintegrate them as contributing and dignified members of society. We do this by providing safe housing, mental and emotional support, access to healthcare, legal services, employment opportunities, and reconnection to family and faith. Our Mission Recovery Residences Our Recovery Residences are homes which have been certified under the FARR to operate as recovery facilities for those recovering from substance addiction and abuse. What makes these homes so unique is the safety they provide their residents to ensure the successful of their recovery. This entails a strong support system that closely monitors the individuals and their progress to help them maintain their sobriety and improve their health. Click here to learn more about the FARR . ​ Clicks here to access the Code of Ethics Form. Click here to access the Grievance Form. ​ Click here to access our policies & other information. What we are doing now Our Help in Numbers Get to know our Outreach program Total people served Children Served Exit to Positive Housing Destination April 2023 155 38 98 Year to Date 497 132 437 1234 Last 12 mo 321 1130 Since 1/5/21* 1632 348 1458 *Auditable data collection began on January 5, 2021 when Hermanos de la Calle first became providers of the Homeless Trust. For more information visit Get to know our HDC Residences Hermanos de la Calle houses more than 150 people everyday. From immigrants, ex-convicts, and homeless individuals, we want to ensure everyone has a home which is why we have: 16 Residences for Homeless People 1 Recovery Residence Registered in FARR* 1 Extended Foster care Home *The Florida Association of Recovery Residences (FARR). For more information visit Get to know our HDC Programs The Homeless Trust: LOVE ATTACK Outreach Program United Way Broward: SSVF Veteran Program Catholic Charities: Extended Foster Care Program Mensajeros de La Paz: Cooperative agreement Behind the Scenes In December of 2015, a group of friends from Key Biscayne came together to help the homeless population in Miami, Florida. What started out as delivering warm meals to create a connection, turned into a mission to help the homeless reconnect with society. As they started identifying needs beyond food and nourishment, the volunteers began seeking out resources to assist these individuals with detoxing and rehabilitation, reuniting with family, housing, and immigration and legal help. Over time, the demand within the community increased and the interest in volunteering rapidly grew. All of this led to the establishment of Fundación Hermanos de la Calle Inc. in 2017. Learn more about Our Team by clicking below! ​ Our Team

  • Hermanos de la Calle

    ANNUAL PARTY Join us on June 2nd at 6PM at Key Biscayne Beach Club for our annual party ! We'll have food, drinks, live music, and a raffle. Visit News and Events Page to purchase your r affle tickets and more info ! We are a non-profit organization working to reintegrate homeless individuals back into society by providing security, love and support, and opportunity. Learn More How We Do It Fast Housing We provide affordable and safe housing. Relocation We reconnect individuals with their family and friends. Workshops We offer classes in the arts, exercise, etc. Outreach We seek out individuals who want to change their lives. Legal Aid We assist in regularizing status. Employment We help connect individuals to job opportunities. Case Management We ensure that residents recieve proper care. Peer Brothers We offer spiritual and emotional guidance. Recovery Residences Learn more about our FARR Certification. Join the Love Revolution . ​ We are one community, and it is time we see that. When we reach out a hand to others, we realize that there is more to life than just our own experiences. Of course, the impact our volunteers have on the lives of our brothers is immeasurable. However, we cannot discount the impact the brothers have on our volunteers' lives. There are lessons to be learned in every corner, and this corner teaches compassion and understanding. We do not all have the same opportunities, whether we were gifted them or we earned them. Joining this organization will give you a chance to share your opportunities and become part of your community in a way that you never imagined. If you've ever felt the call to help, but did not know where to start, we welcome you here. Ways to Give Register & Donate Volunteer Donate

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