Broward
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Hollywood & Pompano Beach

Comprehensive Homeless Assistance Centers in South Florida


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BROWARD OUTREACH
CENTER
HOLLYWOOD

 

BROWARD OUTREACH CENTER FOR WOMEN
& CHILDREN - HOLLYWOOD

 
BROWARD OUTREACH CENTER POMPANO BEACH
(Broward North Homeless Assistance Center)
 

2056 Scott Street
Hollywood, FL 33022
Phone: (954) 926-7417
Fax: (954) 929-6543

 

Located adjacent to BOC
Hollywood, FL




 
1700 Blount Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
Phone: (954) 979-6365
 

This full-service, 90-bed facility is located on the corner of Scott Street and Dixie Highway in Hollywood, serving homeless men and women in South Broward County.

 

Designed to meet the needs of homeless women and families.

The 50-bed facility is located next to Broward Outreach Center in Hollywood and is now open.

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This state-of-the-art 200-bed homeless assistance center is in its second year of serving the homeless men, women and families.

The program is designed to be an eight week, full-service homeless shelter, with an average stay of sixty days.

This county facility is managed by the staff of the Broward Outreach Center.

Day services are provided by Saint Lawrence Chapel.


To better serve the homeless in South Florida, the Miami Rescue Mission (MRM) expanded their services into Broward County under the name, Broward Outreach Center (BOC).

The 130-bed BOC Hollywood offers a comprehensive program designed to meet the needs of South Broward County's homeless population. Clients are taught life skills that help them to develop goals for going back into the community as productive, tax-paying citizens.

In 2002 Broward County opened up the North Homeless Assistance Center (Broward Outreach Center - Pompano Beach), a 200-bed homeless assistance center in Pompano Beach, which is managed and staffed by Miami Rescue Mission employees.

The newest facility opened in 2004. Our Broward Outreach Center for Women and Children is, located adjacent to BOC-Hollywood, and provides services for 50 women, children and families.

A Safe Place for Change
Programs at Broward Outreach Centers have helped individuals overcome their life-controlling problems through education and counseling. As an agency, over 27,500 hours of counseling have been delivered to those desiring to help bring about positive change in their lives.


Funding for Broward Outreach Center comes from private contributions,
the State of Florida, United Way, Department of Children and Families,
and the Broward County Board of County Commissioners.

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