Founded in 2011, Home Again St. Johns is a non-profit organization coordinating a multi-agency system to positively effect and alleviate homelessness in St. Johns County through the active engagement of those residents experiencing homelessness: individuals, families, veterans, and as well as the community as a whole, working together in supporting their return to self-sufficiency.

The ongoing development of facilities on State Road 207 that will offer permanent supportive housing, medical services, and direct connections to:

Psychological

Addiction

Education Resources

Job Training

Occupational Coaching

The goal is to make the Home Again St. Johns (HASJ) a model of how to successfully wrap services around individuals and families experiencing homelessness in permanent supportive housing “Housing First,” and end homelessness in St. Johns County. In the past year, Home Again St. Johns helped over 700 homeless men, women and children with programs targeted access to vital services focused on ending homelessness.