Daytona Beach Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Daytona Beach, Florida Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Daytona Beach, FL and surrounding cities.



We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.


Active Listings In Daytona Beach Florida

Daytona Rescue Mission

Daytona, FL 32117
0.93 miles from city center Daytona Beach
(386) 252-5570

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Halifax Urban Ministries

Daytona Beach, FL 32122
(386) 252-0156
Office hours:  Mon-Fri 8am-12pm & 1pm–4pm
Food Pantry/financial assistance/limited emergency shelter.

Halifax Urban Ministries assists individuals/families with financial assistance when available.

    Past due rent
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Homeless Coallition Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 323-1784
Coalition for the Homeless - Volusia/Flagler Counties
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Palmetto House

Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 253-4895
Emergency and Transitional housing.

Palmetto House, with its forty-eight rooms, is the largest temporary housing facility in Volusia and Flagler Counties. Its purpose is to facilitate the movement of homeless families and individuals to permanent housing within a reasonable amount of t
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Salvation Army Homeless Shelter Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 236-2020
Emergency Shelter for homeless and financial assistance

The new temporary shelter, which has been inspected by various Daytona government employees for city codes and things such as smoke detectors, will be available only to those who Salvation Army case workers determine to be in most di
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Family Renew Community

Daytona Beach, FL 32114
386-258-5993
We provide transitional housing for homeless families with children. It is an application process - we are not an emergency shelter.

It is a drug and alcohol free program.

Family Renew Community is not an emergency housing shelter, it is a transitional housing and e
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Family Renew Community

Holly Hill, FL 32117
2.21 miles from city center Daytona Beach
(386) 239-0861
Family Renew Community is a transitional housing program (6-24 months) for families with children.  We are not an emergency shelter.

At Family Renew Community, we address the whole problem family homelessness in Volusia County.

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Family Renew Community

DeLand, FL 32720
20.54 miles from city center Daytona Beach
386-736-0500
We provide transitional housing for homeless families with children. It is an application process - we are not an emergency shelter. It is a drug and alcohol free program.
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The Sheltering Tree

Bunnell, FL 32110
22.35 miles from city center Daytona Beach
386-439-3933
The Sheltering Tree is operated under the FCFAC. And opens anytime the temperature is lower than 40 degrees in Flagler County. Flagler County Family Assistance Center, Inc. (FCFAC) is a non-profit coalition of individuals, faith based communities and service organizations of Flagler County dedicated
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Daytona Beach Resources

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