Safe Harbor Boy's Home and Maritime Academy

4772 Safe Harbor Way, Jacksonville, FL 32226


boys (15-17)

to provide shelter, clothing, food, education and training in vocational fields to boys. also, to provide counseling on an individual basis.


Most of the religious group homes reviewed by the Tampa Bay Times are nonprofit organizations and must file financial information each year with the IRS. The Times collected these public records, which reveal income and expenses and other basic information about each organization. In some cases, the forms could not be found.

Gross receipts $1,747,704
($1,234,309 in prior year)
Expenses $704,436
Net revenue $1,043,268
Net asssets $1,829,836
Employees 4

State investigators verified two complaints of bizarre or excessive corporl punishment in 1998. They also have reviewed a dozen other allegations related to physical injury and mistreatment. The vast majority were not substantiated. The state found some evidence of mistreatment in several cases, however, including of "malnutrition/dehydration" in a 2003 case.



  • alcohol exposed child
  • beatings
  • bizarre punishment
  • bruises/welts
  • burns
  • environmental hazards
  • excessive corporal punishment
  • inadequate clothing
  • inadequate food
  • inadequate shelter
  • inadequate supervision
  • malnutrition/dehydration
  • medical neglect
  • mental injury
  • physical injury (unspecified)
  • substance exposed child
  • substance misuse

executive director

According to this group home's tax form for 2010:



Group home profile last updated: Dec. 7, 2012, 1:49 p.m.

  • 490 First Avenue South
  • St. Petersburg, FL 33701
  • 727-893-8111