(COCOA, HILLSBOROUGH, MANATEE) The Case Management Program provides supportive services to Veterans living in permanent housing to assist with strengthening their independent living skills and long-term housing goals.
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SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES (SSVF)
(GAINESVILLE, LAKE CITY, OCALA, PALM BAY) These programs provide temporary and supportive services for Veterans and Veteran families with low or no income. They promote housing stability through assistance & support services to homeless persons or those at risk of homelessness.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE AFTER-CASE PROGRAM
(OCALA) This program provides a continuum of support to individuals who have recently completed a substance abuse disorder program. The goal of the Realizing Recovery program is to strengthen each person’s recovery and to build life, coping, and recovery skills & more.
DROP IN CENTERS
(MIAMI, SEBRING) Our Drop In Centers are safe havens for Floridians to gather, learn, and start to heal. The Drop In Center is the first step in becoming connected to much-needed services & housing. For others, the Drop In Center provides a clean place to socialize and relax.
TRAINING, EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM (TEE)
(MIAMI) TEE provides employment and vocational stability to Veterans and people with disabilities. Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP), Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Ticket to Work programs support individuals as they strive to participate in the workplace and experience the pride of meaningful work.
(MIAMI) Miami Achieving Stability provides temporary & supportive services for households with low-income. The program promotes housing stability to persons who are homeless or those at risk of homelessness through homeless prevention, rental assistance, and utility payments.
(TAMPA BAY) Tampa Bay Supportive Services provides supportive services to individuals who are homeless and/or families with severe and persistent mental diagnosis to stabilize and prepare them for a life of independence. Program fees are based on income.