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Mission Statement

Our mission is to address the needs of the homeless in Brevard County.

“Providing a Doorway to a Brighter Future”

Eligibility

Our programs assist individual and / or families that are homeless or in immediate danger of becoming homeless. Our program defines homelessness as someone who is living on the street or in an emergency shelter, or who would be living on the street or in an emergency shelter within one week without assistance.

Admission Process

Applicants may contact us directly by calling us at 321-639-0166 or visiting our offices at the address listed below. We also accepts referrals from out partner agencies in the community. Prospective clients may apply for acceptance into the program by completing an application either by phone or in person.  An appointment will then be made with a Case Manager for an in-dept interview and assessments of needs. Placement times vary can take up to several weeks.



Housing for Homeless takes on the challenges ahead but here is reminder of the rewards. Crystal is another graduate of our program who now owns a successful cleaning business. It is our passion to transforms people’s lives and help make those feelings of comfort and security and love that comes with owning or renting your own home possible for everyone in our community. We ask the community to join us and the Brevard Homeless Coalition as we work to
end homelessness in Brevard by 2020!



Please refer to our Services page for a complete description of how we might be able to assist you too!

What do we do for Veterans?

The Veterans Services program provides supportive housing and intense case management services for veterans, referred by Veterans Affairs and other agencies. The level of support for these individuals includes a comprehensive program plan to support their efforts toward reintegration into society. Assistance may include: job training, job placement, applying for benefits, budgeting and other educational classes, counseling, social activities, transportation, etc. The program, typically, up to two years in length, provides support services on daily basis. The agency currently has five homes and three apartments dedicated to this unique program that house a maximum of twenty-nine Veterans.

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