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Talbot House Ministries of Lakeland

We are one of the oldest and most comprehensive homeless care centers in Polk County. We are committed to provide SHELTER, HEALTHCARE, and RENEWAL of the Homeless in our community.

A safe comfortable place where homeless are welcomed, fed, clothed and sheltered. More than 180,000 hot nutritious meals are served each year. We serve between 500 and 700 meals each day. Approximately 150 guests spend stay each night. The Day Time Safe Haven offers a refuge for the homeless who would otherwise seek comfort and safety in the commercial areas of our community. Beverages, snacks, showers, and restroom are also provided. Homeless guest can use the Talbot House address as their mailing address and use a free phone to make necessary phone calls.

Talbot House is our community’s largest provider of basic needs services for poor and homeless men and women.
Our Basic Needs services provide each person who comes to our door with the immediate needs of clothing, food, and shelter. We provide men and women who would otherwise be on the streets a place of safe refuge, and basic needs.

Comprehensive services include:
    Men's and women's emergency shelter
    Hot, healthy meals
    Food pantry
    Free medical clinic
    Job assistance and vocational rehabilitation
    Permanent housing assistance
    Sobriety, clean-living classes
    Classes for homeless prevention and more

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2 Comments

  1. An
    An
    Oct 24, 2019Reply
    This shelter has a big problem with bedbugs..they are cold hearted to the guests who are polite.they have been known to throw you out of the renew program if you do not work and are disabled i read on google search reviews.they serve old and moldy foods.
  2. Tea
    Tea
    Nov 10, 2019Reply
    I work in addiction recovery. Today, a formerly homeless drug addict enthusiastically told me about his great experience at Talbot House. He spoke in great detail about the kindness of the staff, the jobs, and the way the whole system works. He was thrilled about the dentures and medical care he got. He has relapsed and told me cannot wait to get back to Talbot House again so he get back on his feet. Then he’ll join us at our sober living ministry in Vero Beach.

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