Broward Partnership


Non-Profit Civic/Comm Org.Family ServicesHealth Care

About Us

Broward Partnership is the largest comprehensive homeless services provider in Broward County offering street outreach, 500 beds of emergency shelter at the Central Homeless Assistance Center (CHAC) in Fort Lauderdale and the North Homeless Assistance Center (NHAC) in Pompano Beach, 168 units of scattered-site permanent housing interventions in Broward County, and a complete array of health and social services for men, women and families with children experiencing homelessness. A full complement of stabilization services includes case management, nutritious meals, childcare, medical and dental care, mental health and substance abuse treatment, counseling and/or education, housing navigation, vocational training, and employment services needed to establish self-sufficiency and housing stability.
The Partnership's targeted assistance to reducing homelessness is a result of its reliance on strategic planning guided by influential community leaders that compose its Board of Directors, and evidence-based practices, including a Housing First approach to care, to inform and direct its efforts. The homeless assistance centers operate as low barrier shelters, designed to screen clients in rather than screening them out, which ultimately increases access to shelter for some of the hardest to reach of the homeless population. The Partnership has won best practices awards from the Florida Department of Children & Families and the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development. In spring 2023, the Partnership and its development partner Green Mills Group opened the doors of Seven on Sev


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Rep/Contact Info

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Mr. Tom Campbell
Chief Executive Officer
Frances Esposito
Chief Strategy Officer
Lorraine Shim
Chief Development Officer