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A Place for Grace

Food for the soul
We are a Christ centered non-profit ministry. We strive to connect people to God by showing mercy, grace and compassion by providing spiritual food as well as physical food. Our doors are open to, but not limited to low-income, homeless and seniors in need of clothing, food and personal hygiene items.

Some services are Community Outreach Center's House of Prayer, GED Program, Recovery Program/Referrals, Meal Program, and Emergency Relief.

Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida - Men's Services

Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida provides social services for homeless men. They offer The Pavilion; it is the only emergency drop-in shelter in Central Florida. Men who stay there are given a warm meal, showers, and a place to sleep for the night. The Pavilion is also home to First Steps Shelter Recovery Program. It is a substance abuse program. For those who complete the First Steps program, they may be able into enter the First Steps Transitional Housing Program. Call for more information.

Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida - The Center for Women & Families

Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida provides The Center for Women & Families. They provide a range of social services to homeless families. The center is made up of three distinct sections; a single women’s dorm, family dorm, and individual family rooms. They also offer the First Steps Shelter Recovery Program for Women. It helps women battle substance abuse. Call for more information.

Family Promise of Greater Orlando

Family Promise of Greater Orlando provides the following supportive services for up to 90 days:

  • Assistance with Housing Searches
  • Budget Management
  • Clothing
  • Credit Counseling
  • Day Care Assistance
  • Employment Searches
  • Furniture & Household Items
  • Gas Assistance
  • Job Training
  • Meals
  • Medical & Dental Care
  • Parenting & Nutrition Classes
  • Phone & Internet Access
  • Shelter
  • Toiletry Items & Diapers
  • Transportation

And adult member of the family can call and speak with a case manager. This will be their initial phone screening. Depending on availability, the family will be contacted for a face-to-face interview. If the family meets program criteria, the family comes into the program. This process can take 24 to 72 hours. Call for more information.

Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando - Emergency Services

Jewish Family Services provides Emergency Services.

  • Emergency Financial Assistance – Emergency financial assistance for utility and rent subsidies is provided to individuals and families who qualify
  • Pearlman Pantry and the Darden Restaurant Foundation Pantry – They conduct food drivers, and serve all who qualify for food without discrimination

Call for more information.

Orlando Union Rescue Mission - Emergency Shelter

Orlando Union Rescue Mission provides Emergency Shelter. Men living on the street in need of safe shelter are welcomed to the Mission’s Emergency program for seven free nights. After this time a $6 dormitory fee is requested. Call for more information.

Each guest receives the following services:

  • Christian Mentoring
  • Clean Clothing
  • Hot Showers
  • Nightly Bible Studies
  • Nutritious Meals
  • Safe Shelter

    Orlando Union Rescue Mission - O.U.R. Mission for Women, Children, and Families

    Orlando Union Rescue Mission provides O.U.R. Mission Home for Women, Children, and Families. They offer transitional housing.

    • Daycare
    • Laundry Facilities
    • Meals

    O.U.R. Mission Home’s program consists of the following:

    • Residents are required to attend weekly chapel services and become actively involved in the local church of their choice
    • Residents are required to complete their daily chores around the Mission and keep their rooms clean at all times
    • Residents are required to either be actively pursuing further education or gainfully employed
    • Residents are required to save 75% of all income in their Mission savings account (100% of the funds are released to the resident upon move-out as down payment for housing)
    • Residents are required to successfully complete Victorious Life Class and Career Learning Center requirements

    Call for more information.