Volunteers of America provides the Vocational Rehabilitation and Ticket to Work Program. They help those with physical and mental disabilities find employment. Please call or visit website for more information.
Our Help Line program is our current resource designed so students can get Help Now through our resource guide or calling our local number. A lot of students do not know the resources that are available to them and we strive to get that information to them. We assist students in getting into the shelter that they qualify for and if needed we will pay for an Airbnb the night before the shelter takes in new people. We will also help the student get to the shelter within consideration.
Our Mammogram Fund provides mammograms to local women with inadequate or no insurance. We also partner with local healthcare charities to ensure women in our community can receive the care they need regardless of income. Fill out application or email EmpoweringFLWomen@gmail.com
Our mission is to support local women and girls by providing emergency assistance, mammogram funding, feminine hygiene products, and education grants.
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On the 3rd Friday of each month the church offers a drive through food pantry. Call to confirm time and hours 386-362-8860.
Contact Orange County Government at 311 or 407.836.3111 for issues concerning:
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Food pantry is open Monday and Thursday mornings from 9am to noon.
Call 386-362-1837 for details and verification of hours.