Anchorage Children’s Home Street Outreach and Recovery Program
2121 Lisenby Avenue, Panama City, FL 32405
Mobile unit of street outreach workers who engage homeless youth, providing basic essentials such as food, water and hygiene products, while building a trusting relationship to help them make a smooth transition into self-sufficient living.
Bay County SHIP Administrator
501 Harrison Ave suite 206, Panama City, FL 32401
Provides low and moderate income families with assistance to purchase a home (no more than $175,000), apartment/house with first month rent, security deposit and turning on utilities. They also help when being evicted.
Bethel Village Women Transitional Housing recovery program
333 East 11th Street, Panama City, FL 32401
Structured program that includes completing a Christian 12 step program, Christian discipleship studies and daily work therapy.
Doorways of Northwest Florida
Assists homeless families locate housing and services 2-9 members with a minor child in their custody. Must work with a Case Manager from an approved Service Provider, pass a criminal background (prior convictions and/or drug related activities are grounds for denial) and agree to comply with property rules, regulations and lease provisions.
Hannah’s House Maternity Home (Anchorage Children’s Home)
6 bed Residential maternity program for homeless teens 16-22 years old who are pregnant or have had a baby within 6 mos.
Habitat For Humanity Of Bay County
1515 E. 11th St Panama City, FL 32401
850-784-9975 (850-215-2289 re-store)
Volunteers build homes for families who have helped build homes for others (sweat equity)
Industries Big Bend (GIBB)
GIBB Gulf Coast Village: 6220 N. Lagoon Drive, Panama City Beach, FL - 40 units
GIBB Village Springfield: 3207 East 4th Street Panama City, FL -12 units
Panama City Housing Authority
261 Everitt ave, Panama City, FL 32401
Low income housing for individuals and families. Call to inquire about the waitlist.
Panama City Housing Authority: Section 8 Office
2315 Ruth Hentz Ave, Panama City, FL 32405
Call to inquire about waitlist
Long term, low income housing (income near or below the poverty level). Property is owned by individual landlords all over the county. The owner of the property has to be signed up through the housing authority in order for that property to qualify.
Panama City Rescue Mission
609 Allen Avenue, Panama City, FL 32401
Short-term transitional and emergency shelter to men, women and children.
Salvation Army Domestic Violence Shelter Program
1824 W. 15th Street, Panama City, FL 32405
This program is a 30 bed safe house for victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and their dependents. Counselors are available 24 hours a day. Food, personal hygiene items, laundry facility and detergent, shoes and clothing are provided. Residents will be asked to attend support group counseling once per week and individual counseling at least once a week. Children will be provided with individual and support group counseling as well.
901 W. 19th St. Panama City, FL 32405
Long term housing for senior citizens age 55 and older with low to moderate income. Income is restricted between a minimum and maximum amount. Rent does not include utilities. Credit and background checks are required.
Springfield Housing Authority
3806 E. 8th Street, Panama City, FL
Low income housing for individuals and families.
The Bridge Transitional Living Program (Anchorage Children’s Home)
6 bed Residential program serving youth 16-22 years old. Eighteen month program that assists youth in continuing or completing their education, establishing employment, and developing essential life skills to become independent members of the community.