The Angelus group home facilities are located in Hudson, Florida on 17 beautiful wooded acres. Not an institution, The Angelus is a group of homes that are all located on the same rural, nature rich grounds, designed to allow individuals with physical challenges the opportunity to safely visit their neighbors and friends.
With approximately 3 miles of sidewalks and paved roads on the grounds, individuals in wheelchairs can safely get around among the five group homes and to visit other buildings and their friends on the grounds to participate in events.
The grounds also include the main office building, a solar and propane heated indoor pool, Lake Little John, a community garden and a Pavilion on the property used for various events such as concerts, the annual Haunted House, picnics, family gatherings, weddings and more.
The Angelus has 5 group homes with the ability to serve 39 individuals. All homes at The Angelus are co-ed, but the individual bedrooms are either male or female.
The group homes at The Angelus are truly homes. Meals are cooked in each home. Proper nutrition is important, here at The Angelus. Menus are approved by a licensed dietitian. Residents each have their own personal space and most have roommates of the same sex.
Berkley Center is The Angelus day program facility. It is a 5000 square foot facility that is equipped with a multi-sensory room, a computer lab, a hot house for gardening and private changing rooms.
Our Angelus Day Program services and activities are person centered and include life and personal skills, arts and crafts, gardening, swimming, earth science, motor skills, technology and computer skills, personal and oral hygiene, personal assistance and frequent re-positioning.
The Angelus grounds includes the popular Garlan Williams Event Pavilion used by many in the community.
Built in 2001, this covered structure is 4000 square feet and is used through the year by groups in the community for social events as well as for fund-raisers for The Angelus.
The Garlan Williams Pavilion was named after a great friend of The Angelus. “Gar” was also a leading member of our Board of Directors as well as the organizer of the Charlie Daniels events for over 15 years.
Events at the Garlan Williams Pavilion include picnics, parties, concerts and other events like weddings and private gatherings.
One of the five group homes on the property at The Angelus, Charlie’s lodge is a log style home named for long-time supporter and fundraiser for The Angelus, Country Music Artist Charlie Daniels.
It is a 3 bedroom home that is licensed for 6 individuals and is also home to musical events, especially around the holidays.
The Angelus relies heavily on donations and community involvement. To make a financial donation you can choose to make a one-time donation or you can schedule monthly donations. Any and all donations are welcome.
The Angelus is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.