Who are we?
A Network of Health & Human Service Providers for Osceola County
Hope Partnership (formerly Community Hope Center)
Early Learning Coalition of Osceola County
Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County
Helping Others Make the Effort
Osceola Community Health Services
Second Harvest of Central Florida
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
Victim Service Center of Central Florida
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2018 Alice Report
The United Way ALICE Project provides a framework, language, and tools to measure and understand the struggles of a population called ALICE — an acronym for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed.
ALICE is the growing number of households in our communities that do not earn enough to afford basic
Osceola Strategies for a Sustainable Future
Embracing sustainability means thinking differently about how we do everything. In Osceola, doing things differently has become a way of life. For the past decade or more, the County has implemented a number of innovative programs, projects, and initiatives.
Heart of Florida United Way 211 report
Each year, 16 million people in the United States dial 2-1-1 for help with basic needs like food and shelter or emergency services. 2-1-1 Counts is the first tool to provide real-time, searchable and visual presentations of data from 2-1-1 call centers across the nation. A report of requested social services specific to Osceola County from May 2018 to May 2019.
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United Way Alice Report
ALICE refers to the population in our communities that are Asset Limited, income constrained, Employed. The ALICE population represents those among us who are working, but due to childcare costs, transportation challenges, high cost of living and so much more are living paycheck to paycheck.
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700 Generation Point
Kissimmee, Osceola County 34744