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REPORT: Coalition Lift Supportive Housing Pilot Study

REPORT: Coalition Lift Supportive Housing Pilot Study

Carrfour's work with the most vulnerable members of our community forces us to face harsh realities that are never more than a few steps, blocks or neighborhoods away, regardless of where we live in America. The residents of Coalition Lift are mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, sisters, and brothers. They are all of us. Their personal stories — like those of millions more surviving precariously without a stable home — reflect the daily realities for those left behind without a safety ...

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BankUnited Contribution Helps Carrfour “Go for More”

Carrfour President/CEO Stephanie Berman-Eisenberg, center, accepts $18,000 BankUnited "Go for More" contribution.

BankUnited, a Miami Lakes, Florida based national bank, joined in this year’s Super Bowl celebration through a $54,000 sweepstakes that would go to one lucky winner if either the Chiefs of 49ers scored a two-point conversion.

When that didn’t happen, BankUnited Chairman Rajinder P. Singh awarded the money to three local nonprofits that help South Floridians “achieve their dreams.”

Singh called the sweepstakes a celebration of “those who go for more in their personal and professional lives.”

Contributing $18,000 of ...

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INTERIM REPORT: Coalition Lift Supportive Housing Pilot Project

One year evaluation report compared pre-housing and post-housing costs to publicly funded systems of care for individuals identified as the highest needs/highest costs utilizers in Miami-Dade County.


MIAMI, FL – July 15, 2019 – Carrfour Supportive Housing’s Coalition Lift Program was the recipient of a special appropriation of funding through the Florida Housing Finance Corporation to fund one of three pilot sites demonstratIing the effectiveness of providing Permanent Supportive Housing to ...

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Karis Village Affordable Housing Community Opens in Miami’s Goulds Neighborhood

$30 million complex co-developed by Carrfour Supportive Housing and Green Mills Group includes 88 units for low income families and formerly homeless veterans.

MIAMI, FL March 27, 2018 Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida’s largest nonprofit affordable housing developer, has teamed up with Green Mills Group, one of the state’s leading green’ multifamily development firms, to deliver much-needed permanent housing in Miami-Dade County with the launch of the Karis Village affordable housing complex. The brand-new $30 ...

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The Home Depot Foundation Awards Carrfour with $400K Grant for Homeless Veteran Housing in South Florida

Grant will help fund development of Carrfour’s Liberty Village housing community, which is currently under construction in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood. 

Upon completion in late 2017, the 60-unit project will provide permanent housing and supportive services for hundreds of formerly-homeless veterans and their families. 

MIAMI, FL – July 19, 2017 – Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida’s largest not-for-profit affordable housing developer, is bringing much-needed housing for hundreds of struggling veterans in Miami-Dade County thanks to support from a ...

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Carrfour to Develop Coalition Lift Community in Miami’s Liberty City Neighborhood

$6.5 million project to provide permanent housing for 34 chronically homeless individuals who frequent expensive public systems of care in Miami-Dade.

Coalition Lift will inlcude University of South Florida-led research program aimed at studying the cost-effectiveness of supportive housing vs. the high-cost of homelessness. 

MIAMI, FL – April 27, 2016 – Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida’s largest nonprofit affordable housing developer, has partnered with Camillus House and Citrus Health Network to develop Coalition Lift, a new affordable housing community in ...

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Florida’s Largest Supportive Housing Developer Marches On in 20-Year Fight to End Homelessness

MIAMI, FL – October 24, 2013 – Despite providing affordable housing to more than 10,000 residents of Miami-Dade County over the past 20 years, leaders of Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida’s largest not-for-profit developer of affordable and supportive housing, know much more is needed to achieve their collective goal of ending homelessness. More land. More housing. More supportive services. And more resources to pay for it all.

Leadership, community and national partners of Carrfour Supportive Housing, a nonprofit ...

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Carrfour Supportive Housing Receives $28,800 Grant From Health Foundation of South Florida

Grant will help fund the 'Learning Kitchen and Farmer's Market Training Program' at Carrfour's Verde Gardens housing community in Homestead, Fla. 

MIAMI, FL – July 31, 2013 – Florida’s largest nonprofit affordable housing developer, Carrfour Supportive Housing, received a $28,800 grant from Health Foundation of South Florida to fund a Learning Kitchen and Farmer’s Market Training Program at their Verde Gardens housing community in Homestead, Florida. The program’s goal is to increase access to healthy foods among residents living ...

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Hundreds of Volunteers Build Dream Playground for Formerly Homeless Children Living at Verde Gardens in Homestead

New playground’s design based off of drawings created by the children living at the South Miami-Dade affordable housing community.

MIAMI, FL – March 25, 2013 – The dreams of hundreds of formerly homeless children living in South Miami-Dade County have finally come true as a brand new playground they designed rose from the ground at Verde Gardens, an affordable housing community in Homestead, Florida. The playground project – funded by a partnership between Carrfour Supportive Housing, the John S. ...

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North Miami Beach’s Harvard House Apartments Re-Opens Following Major Renovation

MIAMI, FL March 20, 2013 In the latest example of federal stimulus dollars being put to work in Miami-Dade County, nonprofit affordable housing developers Carrfour Supportive Housing and the National Housing Trust (NHT) have partnered to transform a formerly distressed North Miami Beach apartment complex into a newly-redeveloped affordable housing community, providing homes for approximately 140 low-income residents. The $8 million redevelopment of Harvard House Apartments was made possible through support from the U.S. Department of ...

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