When #1 is not a good Ranking

Homeless rates are growing at an alarming rate in Central Florida, putting a strain on families, government and community resources.

According to a 2013 federal study, Central Florida has been ranked number one for chronic homelessness of individuals, including veterans.

The face of homelessness and poverty has changed since 2008. It includes families and their pets, professionals, children “couch surfing”, living in cars and there is a large population that live on the edge in local motels.

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We will make an impactful change with a cohesive collaboration for as many as 30,000 individuals through this effort that addresses their number one concern to be self sustainable.

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