Crisis Center – 24/7

Crsis Center

One-Stop Crisis Center-Citizens Homeless Task Force Meeting Calling ALL nonprofits, volunteers, private citizens, religious leaders, corporate leaders, and business owners. We are asking that we unite and combine our strengths as well as our passions to address Osceola County’s very complex levels of homelessness and the need for action. We believe by providing a one-stop 24-hour center that is working

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Snacks and Juice Needed

Camp Ohana

Attention all advocates and citizens of Osceola County:  We need snacks and juice this Saturday at 8 P.M.  Join us Saturday for “Movie Night Under the Stars” we are expecting 120 kids. Please contact Ms. Connie at 407-518-1801 and leave a voicemail or text message and she will get back to you as-soon-possible. If you would like to drop off snacks

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Clarita’s House Monthly Outreach

Clarita’s House Outreach Ministry is a non-profit program for the homeless and disadvantaged.  We are a Christ-centered program based on biblical principles.  Our outreach team serves the homeless on the streets, in shelters, in the woods and in motels in Orange and Osceola counties.   In Osceola County, we are putting most of our emphasis on the children living in

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Citizens Homeless Task Force Meeting

Osceola County Unite Join us April 25th at 5:30 as we discuss the ‘One Stop Crisis Care Center.’ We are service providers, business owners, non-profits, community leaders, religious leaders, and advocates uniting with one voice to make sure no one in Osceola County has to face a crisis alone. The One Stop Crisis Center will provide crisis intervention, referrals, and information

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ADVOCACY ALERT THIS WEEK IS CRUCIAL

Don’t Miss the Chance to Have Your Voice Heard Make sure Congress knows that Federal Funding is essential to ending homelessness Congress is busy this week. They have less than two weeks to pass final spending bills for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 budget, meaning they are making their decisions on spending levels for homelessness programs today. On top of that, they

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