Coalition For The Homeless Of Central Florida, Inc.

Transitional Housing
Orlando, FL
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639 West Central Blvd.
Orlando, FL - 32801

(407) 426-1256 Click to call There are 3 reviews. Scroll down to see them. coalition@cflhomeless.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Coalition For The Homeless Of Central Florida, Inc.

Coalition for the Homeless offers three levels of supportive housing services, emergency shelter, transitional housing and supportive permanent rental housing. Individuals may first come to the Coalition seeking emergency support. However, they receive much more. Through a structured case management program, residents develop self-sufficiency plans that when implemented, prepare them to progress from one housing program to another. Case managers stay by residents' sides throughout their journeys so that ultimately, residents will be able to sustain themselves, and if the case, their families and thrive. Intake Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to transform the lives of homeless men, women and children by providing crucial services to end their crisis of homelessness.

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There are 3 reviews

Anonymous - Dec 28, 2018

I'm searching for housing for a friend who is need of shelter once released from jail.

Anonymous - Apr 1, 2019

I am about to be homeless, I am on disability. My daughter is throwing me out because her children are coming home from being in foster care for 5 years.

Anonymous - May 6, 2019

My name is Julie i am a single mother of a 3 yr old girl and a 4 yr old boy. My husband abandoned us just about 3 yrs ago and ive been bouncing around from place to place since then. I have no help as far as child care and financial obligations for my children such as diapers, clothes, medicine, etc. Last i heard he is wanted and on the run so therefore he wont give me his location to serve him divorce papers or for child support. I am about to be on the streets with my babies and i am completely terrifed i just need some help to get on my feet. Its extremely difficult without a stable place to live or any kind of help. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!!!! Thank you and god bless!

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  1. I have dv situation in my home, I had to get out. posted April 5, 2019
  2. I was on meth for years. I went to prison and got out March 26th. I've been living at JAYA House transitional home since then. They've asked me to leave because I invited a guy to church, although they had not previously told me I couldn't interact with men posted April 28, 2019
  3. alcohol homelessness posted August 1, 2019
  4. i am homeless no where to go i am working but deposits are so high and motels are so expensive cant save any money. posted January 15, 2020
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