Founded in 2011, Home Again St. Johns is a non-profit organization coordinating a multi-agency system to positively effect and alleviate homelessness in St. Johns County through the active engagement of those residents experiencing homelessness: individuals, families, veterans, and as well as the community as a whole, working together in supporting their return to self-sufficiency.

  • Join us for our Murder Mystery Party!

    Imagine, its the 1930’s in the” Golden Age” of Hollywood California. Major hits such as Gone With The Wind & Shirley Temple with Talkies now in color with Technicolor & Kodachrome! The Event will be hosted on Saturday August 20th at St. Anastasia Catholic Church’s Celebration Hall 5205 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080 Buffet Dinner & Open Bar: Ominous…

  • St. Augustine Giving Day 2022

    Starting today (Wednesday) through May 5 (Thursday) Home Again St. Johns is taking part of the community driven fundraising event to help aid our efforts in building a service center & comfort station. Here is a press release from our Executive Director, Ellen Walden: Home Again was relocated in October 2021 to make way for a Workforce Housing Initiative on…

  • Celebration of Lights 2021

    Historic Tours of America Presents: Celebration of Lights The Night of Lights are returning this year, and is listed among the top 10 holiday light displays in the world by National Geographic. Join Home again St. Johns as we celebrate in the nations oldest city with live music by 5 O’clock Shadow. Dinner & drinks will be provided. Sponsorships: Title…

  • Shop at Amazon, Help Home Again

    Get something special for Dad Fathers Day is June 20th, get him something special to remind him of how special he is to you. Shopping with AmazonSmile not only gets you gets that special thing dad wants but helps support Home Again support the community suffering from homelessness. Did you Know? Home Again St. Johns is an affiliate with AmazonSmile.…

  • The Year I Was Homeless

    Becky Blanton planned to live in her van for a year and see the country, but when depression set in and her freelance job ended, her camping trip turned into homelessness. In this intimate talk, she describes her experience of becoming one of America’s working homeless. You can check out more TEDTalks by visiting here.

  • Free Vaccines at Dining with Dignity

    Wildflower Healthcare is working with Sulzbacher Health to offer the “one shot” Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at Dining with Dignity on Wednesday, June 2nd at 6:00 p.m. at the corner of Bridge and Granada Streets in St. Augustine. If you have any questions, please see the Wildflower Outreach Nurse at St. Francis House on Mondays 10:30-noon, Home Again St. Johns on Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 p.m.,…

  • Officers Fischer & Drouin — Board Members

    Officer Drouin has been with the SAPD for six years and she is a mother to three adult children. She is passionate about helping others and enjoys the challenges of finding the perfect resources for individual subjects she comes in contact with during her shifts. Officer Fisher has been in law enforcement for 22 years and is a dad to…

  • Drew Sappington — Board Member

    Drew is a clinical psychologist, a researcher, a university professor–and a storyteller. My publications include one textbook, forty articles in peer-reviewed professional journals, a book of humorous but true stories from history for the general public, and a number of pieces in newspapers/small magazines (including The Upper Room). Drew loves to tell stories on stage at folk festivals and in…