Second Heart Homes Expands Mental Health Housing Program to Women

Women's duplex

We recently purchased two properties to expand our mission to serve women who are suffering from homelessness and mental illness. There is a huge demand to adequately serve this demographic. These ladies will be receiving housing, high-touch supportive services, mentorship, skill-building workshops and most importantly, hope. This will also bring our count of individuals served from 24 to 36, making a significant impact in our community.

Our opening date is projected for November 1st, 2021. We are working hard to prepare the homes and are seeking financial and volunteer support in order to bring this important project to life. For more information contact: to see how you can help.

What We Do

Second Heart Homes is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing permanent housing to those with mental disabilities who have experienced or are at-risk of homelessness. Our goal is to provide long-term solutions that revive dignity and enhance quality of life through self-sufficiency.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness estimates that 1 out of 4 homeless adults in the US suffer from serious mental disabilities. This group of homeless are overlooked. Despite all the government and private money used to combat homelessness, there has been no viable path to housing. They have no options but to continue roaming the streets, sick and without support, resulting to anything it takes to survive.

Our solution is the Second Heart Program. We provide housing with daily supportive services that are tailored to the specific needs of our clients. These services help individuals identify and reach their goals. Our support ultimately gets people off of the street and into a safe place they can call home.

Who We Help

Our services are for the mental health and homeless community of Sarasota, Florida. The demographic we serve are vulnerable individuals at-risk of or experiencing homelessness. Some common contributing factors to homelessness and barriers to housing include:

  • Mental Disabilities
  • Trauma
  • Absent Support System
  • Substance Abuse
  • Low Income
  • Criminal Records
  • Eviction
  • Foreclosure

The reality of this demographic is that they need continued support even when barriers are removed, and housing is obtained.



The goals of these programs are to get people off the street, enhance quality of life by providing stability and services and to foster the highest attainable level of self-sufficiency.
Our programs are powered by the generous donations from our community. want to make an impact in the community? Please donate and change lives. Your contribution will help get people off the street and into the lives they deserve.