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Find, Feed and Restore

Transitional Housing
Clermont, FL
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830 W. Montrose Street
Clermont, FL - 34711

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About Find, Feed and Restore

Last-Modified: 2020-11-05 10:28:28

Find, Feed and Restore take the donations of used travel trailers and remodel them for families to utilize as transitional living. They have two programs. The Fresh Start Program allows a family to have a trailer to live in for 2 to 3 months at no cost. This includes unlimited use of electric, sewage, water and lot rent are all free. This is available when they have enough funds from their sponsors. The other program is their Transitional living program which allows a family to stay in a trailer at the cost of $550.00 per month which also gives them unlimited use of electric, sewage, water and lot rent. They are an outreach ministry of Living Message Church. Office hours Monday thru Saturday by appointment only.

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