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Uno Federation

Assists low and medium income families, minorities and under served citizens with housing issues, immigration and social services.

Services: Comprehensive Immigration/Naturalization Services, Homebuyer/Home Purchase Counseling, Privately Operated Tax Assistance Programs

710 Drew Street

Suite 4

Clearwater, FL 33755

(727) 230-1622

USDA, Expanded COVID-19 Food Service Program

Summer BreakSpot provides nutritious meals at no cost to children 18 and under while school is out for the summer.

Services: School Closure Related Breakfast/Lunch Services, School Meal Services

USDA Food and Nutrition Service

3101 Park Center Drive

Alexandria, VA 22302

(800) 504-6609

USDA, Summer Food Service Program

Summer BreakSpot provides nutritious meals at no cost to children 18 and under while school is out for the summer.

Services: Packed Lunches/Dinners, Summer Food Service Programs

USDA Food and Nutrition Service

3101 Park Center Drive

Alexandria, VA 22302

(800) 504-6609

Vetspace

Provides homeless veterans with transitional and permanent supportive housing and/or resources, services, and referrals.

Services: Appliance Donation Programs, Bedding/Linen Donation Programs, Electronics/Small Appliance Donation Programs, Food Donation Programs, Furniture/Home Furnishings Donation Programs, Kitchenware Donation Programs, Military Transition Assistance Programs, Personal/Grooming Supplies Donation Programs, Transitional Housing/Shelter

P.O. Box 357177

Gainesville, FL 32635

(352) 222-2256

VFW National Home for Children, Family Program

Families who are accepted into our program can live at the National Home in a single family home for up to four years while working with a professional case worker to set goals and make plans for the future.

Services: Homeless Permanent Supportive Housing

3573 S. Waverly Road

Eaton Rapids, MI 48827

(800) 313-4200

Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, Food Pantry

Offers a food pantry to those in need or homeless.

Services: Food Sorting/Packing Volunteer Opportunities, Ongoing Emergency Food Assistance, Thrift Shops

301 37th Avenue N.

Saint Petersburg, FL 33704

(727) 896-4797

WestCare, Turning Point

An emergency intervention shelter and inebriate receiving facility, provides emergency intervention shelter services for homeless adults with substance abuse issues; accepts inebriated adults directly from the street; clients may also be linked to community-based health and human services including temporary shelter, nourishment, shower facilities, case management, supportive counseling, skills-building groups, and 12-Step meetings.

Services: Central Intake/Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, Wet Shelters

1801 5th Avenue North

Saint Petersburg, FL 33713

(727) 490-6767

Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative

Withlacoochee River Electric is an electric cooperative serving Citrus, Hernando and Pasco counties.

Services: Electric Service Maintenance/Repair, Local Electric Utility Companies, Post Disaster Electrical Power Restoration Teams, Utility Line Location Information/811 Services

14651 North 21st Street

Dade City, FL 33523

(352) 567-5133

Youth and Family Alternatives, George W. Harris, Jr. Runaway and Youth Crisis Shelter

Shelters offer emergency shelter for youth ages 10-17, experiencing abuse/neglect, homelessness, at-risk behaviors such as running away, ungovernability either at home or school, truancy, and youth in foster care who have experienced a disruption in their foster placement.

Services: Runaway Prevention Programs, Status Offender Detention Alternatives, Youth Shelters

1060 US Highway 17 South

Bartow, FL 33830

(863) 595-0220

Youth and Family Alternatives, New Beginnings Runaway, Homeless and Youth Crisis Shelters

Shelters offer emergency shelter for youth ages 10-17, experiencing abuse/neglect, homelessness, at-risk behaviors such as running away, ungovernability either at home or school, truancy, and youth in foster care who have experienced a disruption in their foster placement.

Services: Bedding/Linen Donation Programs, Meal Preparation/Serving Volunteer Opportunities, Runaway Prevention Programs, Status Offender Detention Alternatives, Toy/Game Donation Programs, Tutoring Volunteer Opportunities, Youth Shelters

18377 Sheriff Mylander Way

(formerly Clinton Blvd.)

Brooksville, FL 34601

(352) 540-6015

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