HOPE serves the working poor, many clients who have never been in crisis before and the homeless. We believe in equipping individuals and families with the tools necessary to get them through their crisis by offering case management, financial assistance and access to additional resources.
Community support allows us to help those who may not qualify for other assistance programs but who are still in crisis due to job loss or medical issues. HOPE’s prevention model has proven effective in preventing homelessness due to foreclosure and providing direct client assistance in an effort to keep families in their homes.
HOPE collaborates with other service agencies, working together through best practices to identify needs and provide guidance. HOPE also assists with applications for food stamps, health care, job search and educational opportunities in the Education Center. HOPE also offers one-on-one finacnial couseling as well as a financial literacy course that is available to clients and their teenagers.
HOPE’s focus is on prevention and promoting accountability so our families are able to take the steps necessary to move on to self-sufficiency. We believe that by doing this we can build stronger and safer communities.
To make an appointment with a case manager, call 321-765-4984 or email us at Resources@HopeHelps.org.
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HOPE’s Food Pantry provides nonperishable food, produce, meat and fresh bread, 4-days per week, all at no charge. We have also implemented the following programs:
“Kids of HOPE” Enrichment Program: During each school break throughout the year, students who typically receive free or reduced lunch at school are able to pick up free, healthy lunches at HOPE.
HOPE’s Emergency Network System (HENS): HENS provides outreach to those who are elderly, disabled or suffering from medical issues, and are home-bound and unable to access HOPE’s services. Weekly visits are given to those who meet the criteria of the program.
The food pantry and food outreach programs are run with the support of many churches, schools, businesses, local government, civic groups and individuals in the community who organize food drives and donate throughout the year. The pantry is supported by a large team of dedicated volunteers who run the daily operations and coordinate pick-ups.
We also partner with Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and TEFAP, The Emergency Food Assistance Program.
|Food Pantry Hours
Wed/Sat 9am-12pmFor more info about the Food Pantry contact: foodpantry@HopeHelps.org
Thrift Store – The HOPE Chest
HOPE’s Emergency Network Service (HENS)
|HENS provides outreach to those who are elderly, disabled or suffering from medical issues, and are home-bound and unable to access HOPE’s services. Weekly visits are given to those who meet the criteria of the program. This program provides the community with an opportunity to serve those who are less fortunate in tangible ways, such as through the provision of funds, basic repair services, transportation, or other solutions to the clients’ specific needs.HENS is a part of the Food Pantry and is coordinated through volunteer efforts.To join the HENS team, contact volunteer@HOPEHelps.org|
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