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Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida

Emergency and transition shelter for homeless single men and women and families. This location is the Main Campus.

Men's Pavilion
The Men's Pavilion is a traditional drop-in shelter that can house up to 375 men. It is the largest emergency drop-in shelter for homeless men in Central Florida.

Program information and requirements:
* Emergency shelter
* Cost per night: $1.00
* Registration time: 8:30 p.m.
* ID preferred for entrance
* Available to males over the age of 18
* Length of stay: no set length of stay
* Services: shower and laundry facilities, lockers available for rent, information about Veteran's Services
* Meals: dinner at 7:00 p.m. is open to the community

First Steps Shelter Recovery Program for Men
The Men's Pavilion is home to First Steps Shelter Recovery Program for Men, a substance abuse program created by the Coalition. This unique substance abuse program challenges up to 36 men to recover from their addictions while living at the Coalition. Men involved in the First Steps Shelter Recovery Program work one-on-one with a case manager to create a plan for self-sufficiency.

Center for Women and Families
The Center for Women and Families can house up to 240 individuals, including intact families, single parents, and single women. Case managers design self-sufficiency plans for each resident and family, which include education, employment, counseling, life skills training, budgeting, and a savings account.
Program information and requirements:
* Emergency shelter
* Cost per night: $2.00 minimum
* Call Intake for availability at number listed above
* ID requested: government-issued photo ID and social security card
* Available to single women, single women with children, single men with children, and intact families. Children (males and females) served up to the age of 18 years old.
* Case-managed services include: education, employment, counseling, life skills training, child development, and daycare. * Meals: breakfast and dinner served daily.
* Drop-in showers offered to the community from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m Monday through Friday.
* VOCA (Victims of Crime Act) program is offered to individuals and children who are victims of crime. VOCA support groups meet each Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and are open to adults in the community. Please call ahead for approval.

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