Phone: (954) 587-0160 Address: 4700 SW 64th Avenue, Suite C, Davie, Florida 33314

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POST DISASTER HOUSING UNIT PROTOTYPE
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HELPING OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BAHAMAS
Our First Units Post-Disaster Housing Units Are Nearly Complete
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Repurposed Shipping Container Housing
Thinking Inside the Box: A New Concept in Affordable Housing
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CONTAINER HOUSING NEXT STEPS
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Our Programs

Crisis Housing Solutions provides a variety of temporary & permanent housing support services in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade Counties. Whether you are looking for a new home or looking for ways to keep from losing your existing homes, CHS has a variety of programs to help.

Our History

For over 10 years, Crisis Housing Solutions has provided temporary & permanent housing solutions for those made homeless or in danger of becoming homeless due to natural, manmade or economic disasters.

Homes for Sale

Crisis Housing Solutions has teamed with local banks and HUD to rehabilitate foreclosure properties.  The homes are offered exclusively to low- to moderate-income individuals/families at fair market value to help them find an affordable and secure place to call home.

Ways To Give

A donation to Crisis Housing Solutions helps your neighbors in South Florida rebuild after a devastating hurricane, recover from an economic disaster, avoid foreclosure, or fulfill the American dream of home ownership.

In The News

Helping Our Neighbors In The Bahamas

Mar 04 2020

Crisis Housing Solutions Is Building Its First Model for Post-Disaster Housing

CHS Receives $450,000 grant for Repurposed Shipping Container Homes

CHS Receives $450,000 from JPMorgan Chase

Jun 15 2017

Crisis Housing Solutions has received a $450,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase to expand its operations into Central Florida and develop the nation’s first high-density multifamily rental complex using repurposed shipping containers.