Address:1771 N Semoran BlvdOrlando, FL 32807Map & Directions
Services: Helps families with food, baby formula, diapers and clothing Also provides personal grooming supplies when available.
Hours: 9-12, M; 9-2, T-Th
Address:1745 14th AveVero Beach, FL 32960Map & Directions
Services: Caller must ask if they are taking applications.
Resale of donated items. Free clothing and household items to the needy after interview with caregiver Also provides food vouchers, and financial assistance with utility bills and prescriptions.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday / 9 am-12 noon.
Address:4675 28th CtVero Beach, FL 32967Map & Directions
Services: Help with prescriptions, food assistance, rent, utility and indigent burial.
** Utility & Rent -Must go to the office to make appointment ***
Appointments made on the last business day of the month for the following month.
***Food Pantry - Call for Appointment 772-226-1422, Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
Hours: Monday-Friday / 8 am-4:30 pm
Eligibility: Low income.
Address:2455 St Lucie AveVero Beach, FL 32960Map & Directions
Services: Provides services for assistance to low income family in crisis; utility assistance and short term vocational training. Also Grantee for Head Start Program in Indian River and Okeechobee Counties.
Hours: Monday-Friday / 9 am-5 pm
Eligibility: Indian River County residents. Income restrictions based on 125% of Federal Poverty Guidelines. Must complete application process in full at EOC. Household has not received funding from REACH or FSSP program in past. Training must be completed within a year of acceptance.
Address:2525 St Lucie AveVero Beach, FL 32960Map & Directions
Services: The Treasure Coast Homeless Services Council, Inc., is a non-profit strategic planning council for Indian River, St. Lucie, and Martin counties which addresses the long and shorter range needs of homeless individuals and families and works to prevent homelessness on the Treasure Coast. The Council maintains a legally constituted Continuum of Care that works collaboratively with at least 80 other agencies and programs on the Treasure Coast to plan for and seek funding for services which prevent and alleviate homelessness. The Council works to secure state and federal funding and other resources for health and human services agencies in the county who provide services to homeless, near homeless and indigent individuals and families.
Hours: Monday-Friday / 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Eligibility: For Veterans and their families who meet eligibility criteria only. Must be a veteran able to qualify for VA Healthcare; homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness; annual income 50% Area media income.