HHS245 W 5 Benefit Types
HHS245 W 5 Benefit Types
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Date Created: 11/12/15
Benefit Types Forms of benefits or services delivered through Coalition for the Homeless are more than a shelter it is a comprehensive program designed to empower homeless men women and children to become self sufficient The Coalition provides food and shelter as well as programs and services including education job skills training case management licensed day care child development programs and housing placement Nearly 650 people call the Coalition home on a given night Florida coalition for the homeless does learn to be self sufficient Through administrative or organizational structure for benefits and services are delivered by a well organized staff which President Program Services Grants Administration Controller Women s Residential and Counseling Center First Steps Program Because the organization helps these families get their lives back in order by going through the channels within the program it is rare that any families receiving services are not using these exact services to benefit themselves and their families Really the clients at the organization have no chance to misuse the opportunities available through this program 0 Providing education on homelessness issues Advocating for initiatives that help homeless people and against laws and ordinances that may harm them Networking with advocates throughout Florida on federal state and local issues Promoting unification involvement and leadership of local coalitions service providers homeless people religious leaders units of government and others in the development and implementation of a statewide agenda This organization mainly relies on donations and support from other local businesses and the community to make things run smoothly at the coalition for the homeless Also other businesses donate services to their clients as well to benefit those who need the services but cannot pay because of their personal situations Florida Coalition for the Homeless goal is to return our residents to selfsufficiency through counseling job training and educational programs While our clients work to reestablish productive lives we provide transitional housing and daycare for their children until they are ready to move back into the community Community support through volunteering and donations is a big key to our success
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