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Orlando Food Not Bombs: 28.537653, -81.379644
Coalition For the Homeless: 28.542172, -81.388301
Orlando Union Rescue Mission: 28.541870, -81.384496
Orlando Library: 28.542311, -81.376597
Zebra Coalition: 28.557157, -81.364243
Homeless Services Network of Central Florida: 28.508823, -81.425550
Pathways Drop In Center: 28.512065, -81.397763
Health Care Center for the Homeless: 28.545381, -81.397849
Catholic Charities of Central Florida: 28.568305, -81.310223
Daily Bread: 28.541110, -81.390657
Daily Bread - Ocoee: 28.571724, -81.548887
Christian Service Center: 28.541682, -81.390945
Good News Breakfast - First Presbyterian Church of Orlando: 28.548497, -81.376623
IDignity: 28.541736, -81.372320
Salvation Army Daily Dinner and Men\'s Shelter: 28.552169, -81.384192
Senior Housing - Salvation Army: 28.551905, -81.385163
Adult Rehabilitation Center - Salvation Army: 28.553510, -81.427506
Shelter for Women and Children - Salvation Army: 28.552719, -81.384436
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Orlando Food Not Bombs
Orlando Food Not Bombs
Website: http://orlandofoodnotbombs.com/

Orlando Food Not Bombs shares food at the steps of City Hall (across from the Performing Arts Center) every Monday at 10:00 am and Wednesday at 5:30 pm. When available, clothes and other goods are also distributed.

400-434 S Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801, United States
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Coalition For the Homeless
Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida
Website: http://www.centralfloridahomeless.org

Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, a private nonprofit organization, is the largest provider of homeless services in Central Florida. Our mission is to transform the lives of homeless men, women and children by providing crucial services to end their crisis of homelessness.

The Coalition operates two campuses, both located in downtown Orlando. The main campus includes the Center for Women & Families (CWF) and the Men’s Service Center (MSC). A separate campus is home to the Women’s Residential and Counseling Center (WRCC).

Services include: Food, Shelter, Case Management, Education & Jobs Skill Training, Counseling, Daycare, Community Housing, Substance Abuse Recovery, Support For Victims of Crimes, Community Housing, Veterans Services.

639 W Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801, United States
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Orlando Union Rescue Mission
Orlando Union Rescue Mission (Religious/Christian)
Website: http://www.ourm.org/

Services include: Emergency shelter, nutritious meals, clean clothing, hot showers, 151-bed transitional housing facility accommodating single women, single mothers with children and married couples with children, classrooms, an Internet Café, library, nursery, youth recreation room, gymnasium, salon, and exercise area, Bargain Store, free clothes and household items, job training.

410 W Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801, United States
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Orlando Library
Orlando Public Library
Website: https://www.ocls.info/locations-hours/orlando-public-library
Hours: Mon - Thur 9 am - 8 pm; Friday 9 am - 6 pm; Sunday 1 pm - 6 pm

The Orlando Public Library is the headquarters and resource center for the Orange County Library System. The Library has been located at this site since its beginnings as the Albertson Public Library in 1923. Public Reference Departments in the Orlando Public Library include Children's, Library Central, and Reference Central. The Children's Library offers spacious areas, special programs, computers and story rooms for our youngest readers and readers to be. The Technology and Education Center is located on the second floor and includes the Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center for Technology, Innovation and Creativity.

Services include: Job search assistance every Tuesday from 2-3. Books, movies, computer and internet access, job training, printing/copying/fax services, restrooms, drinking water fountains.

101 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL, United States
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Zebra Coalition
Zebra Coalition
Website: http://zebrayouth.org/

The Zebra Coalition® is a network of organizations which provide services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and all youth (LGBT+) ages 13 – 24.

The Coalition assists young people facing homelessness; bullying; physical, sexual and drug abuse; and isolation from their families with individualized programs to guide them to recovery and stability.

Zebra Coalition® provides:
  • Youth Center
  • 24-hour youth crisis hotline
  • Groups, workshops and activities
  • Short-term housing
  • Food and clothing
  • Medical resources and care
  • Mental health counseling
  • Drug and alcohol addiction counseling
  • Continuing education
  • Employment assistance
  • Transportation
  • Aftercare and ongoing counseling
  • Intervention-peer support

911 North Mills Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803, United States
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Homeless Services Network of Central Florida
The Homeless Services Network of Central Florida
Website: http://www.hsncfl.org/

 
  • Lead agency for the HUD Continuum of Care FL-507 for the area including Osceola, Seminole and Orange Counties, including the Cities of Orlando, Kissimmee, and Sanford
  • Administers more than 32 grants through sub-recipient agencies who provide services to the homeless in our continuum region
  • Funds programs that provide transitional and permanent housing, supportive services and ongoing case management for the homeless in our continuum region
  • Recognized as lead agency for FL-507 by the Florida Department of Children and Families, administering Challenge Grants and Homeless Housing Assistance grants which fund transitional and permanent housing beds, both rapid rehousing and permanent supportive housing for the homeless in our continuum region
  • Lead agency for the Veteran’s Administration Supportive Services for Families (SSVF) grant program, both priority 1 and priority 2 for our continuum region

4065-d L B McLeod Road, Orlando, FL, United States
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Pathways Drop In Center
Pathways Drop In Center
Website: http://www.pathwaysdropin.org/

Pathways Drop-In Center is a mental health consumer-run community center for people suffering from major mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, and other severe biological brain disorders.

Services include: Mental health services, computer access, clothes, food, etc.

1313 30th Street, Orlando, Florida 32805, United States
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Health Care Center for the Homeless
Health Care Center for the Homeless
Website: http://www.hcch.org/main.htm
Phone: (407) 428-5751
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Services include: primary medical care, oral health services, behavioral health and substance abuse counseling, an on-site pharmacy, vision services, a residential TB shelter, mobile health services, and an aggressive street outreach program - the HOPE Team.

232 North Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, Florida 32805, United States
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Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Catholic Charities of Central Florida
(Religious/Catholic Organization)
Website: http://cflcc.org/

Prevention: We help individuals and families maintain their homes and their dignity through case management, transitional housing programs and emergency financial assistance. We provide homeless men, women and children with the most basic necessities of food, shelter and the skills and resources they need to become self-sufficient.

Alleviate Hunger: We provide hunger relief services through our food pantries in Orlando, Cocoa, Daytona Beach, Lakeland and Winter Haven and through Agape Food Bank, our 21,000 square foot food distribution warehouse in Lakeland.

Provide Access to Healthcare: We provide free healthcare services including case management and preventative health education to individuals and families who are uninsured in areas of critical need. We serve individuals in Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, and Osceola counties by promoting wellness and providing caring, quality medical care, specialty services and preventative health education.

Care for Immigrants & Refugees: We assist refugees who escape tragedy, violence and war to begin a new life in the U.S. through: housing and basic necessities, youth services, cultural orientation and employment assistance. We provide various services targeted to the specific needs of the Central Florida immigrant community to ensure, and promote justice, compassion and acceptance for all newcomers.

1771 N Semoran Blvd, Orlando, FL 32807, United States
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Daily Bread
Daily Bread
(Religious/Christian Organization)
Website: http://www.christianservicecenter.org/what_we_do_subpage.php?id=8
Monday through Friday: 12-1 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

You are welcome to come enjoy a meal from Daily Bread anytime you are hungry. Everyone is invited to eat for free, no questions asked. Daily Bread provides a nourishing noontime meal for families and individuals six days every week at no cost to the consumer.

24 Glenn Lane, Orlando, FL 32805, United States
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