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Volusia and Flagler County transitional housing programs.

Transitional housing in Volusia County and nearby Flagler can help individuals that have been evicted or the currently homeless as well. Non-profits and other agencies focus on helping the less fortunate regardless of their age, race, or background. Some of the housing programs are focused on meeting the needs of single parents, seniors, and veterans.

The demand for any type of housing services is very high. While the exact terms of each program will vary by agency, some may offer apartments, emergency shelter, or vouchers. Almost all of the Volusia County resources will require that clients participate in self-sufficiency workshops and classes. This can include job training, credit counseling, and similar services.

Case managers may help people find a new home and apply for government benefits or housing as well. This is required as the main objective of these resources is to provide people a place to stay over the short term while they work on gaining stability and finding a permanent home.

Family Renew Community, Inc.
Transitional housing is for qualified families in Volusia and Flagler. Apartments are for single mothers with minor children. Residents need to both be working and saving money towards self-sufficiency. A few low income housing units are available.

  • Daytona Beach Residential Campus, Location is 105 South St., Daytona Beach, Florida 32114, Main phone number - 386-258-5993
  • DeLand Residential Campus, 259 W. Voorhis Avenue, Deland, FL 32720, call 386-736-0500
  • Holly Hill Residential Campus, 810 Ridgewood Ave, Holly Hill, FL 32117, telephone 386-252-0711

Palmetto House
Address: 336 South Palmetto Avenue
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114
Dial 386-253-4895 for intake.
The local not-for-profit provides transitional housing programs and counseling for the recently evicted and homeless individuals and families. The resident will need to pay some of their income towards rent and fees.




Second Choice
Mailing address is PO Box 142
Daytona Beach, Florida 32115
Dial 386-255-2102
Offers free or low cost transitional housing in Volusia County. This is an option for women with children and single parents. Participants can receives case management and housing for up to two years. Job training and other support is offered.

Samaritan Ministries Inc.
4751 E Moody Blvd
Bunnell, FL 32110
Dial the charity at (386)437-4372

The Smyrna House
Location 109 S. Myrtle
New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Phone - 386-314-3807
Resources and housing is set up in a sober supportive environment.

Location is 1004 Big Tree Rd
Daytona Beach, FL 32119
Telephone number - 386-236-3111
Temporary shelter services are offered to youth in need of help, including runaways, ungovernable or the truant. Clients need to be referred by DCFS, police departments, and/or the Project Safe Place. Family counseling is offered while people are in the shelter.

Children's Home Society/Emergency Shelters/Residential Programs
Location is 247 W. Voorhis Ave.
Deland, Florida 32720
Main phone number is 386-740-3839

Citizens Information Center, Emergency Operation Center
Daytona Beach, FL
Main phone number is 866-345-0345
The non-profit provides emergency shelter and runs a residential group care for children who have been removed from their homes due to abandonment, severe abuse, or neglect.





Cold Weather Shelter
Main address - 205 North Pine St.
Bunnell, Florida 32110
Dial 386-517-7305
Many seniors use the site to stay warm during the relatively colder Florida area.

Domestic Abuse Emergency Shelter Program of Volusia County
Mailing address is P.O. Box 142
Daytona Beach, Florida 32115
The site has a emergency shelter. The non-profit also provides children's advocacy, I and R, group counseling, outreach (individual. and group), and case management.

Family Life Center
PO Box 2058
Bunnell, FL 32110
Main phone number is 386-437-7610
Some of the services offered include crisis intervention counseling, emergency shelter (women and children), support groups, outreach and referral services, case management, community education, and transitional housing programs. The non-profit also provides free clothing, food, and court advocacy. Support is for victims of domestic violence or abuse. This center mostly focuses on Flagler County residents.

Daytona Rescue Mission
425 Ridgewood Ave
Daytona Beach, FL 32117
(386) 252-5570




Halifax Urban Ministries
Location of housing is 215 Bay St.
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114
Dial 386-615-1326

Neighborhood Center of West Volusia, Inc.
Main address is 434 S. Woodland Blvd.
Deland, Florida 32720
Main phone - 386-734-8120
Serving West Volusia County from Pierson to Deltona region. The location may offer short term, emergency shelter, hot meals, and free food for those in need. The non-profit charity may also have transitional housing and emergency financial assistance.


By Jon McNamara

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