Incorporated in 1993 to coordinate the scarce resources available to assist people experiencing homelessness, the Homeless Services Network has undertaken the development of a Continuum of Care for Central Florida since 1995. Recognized by both the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Florida Department of Children & Family Services as the coordinating agency for homeless services, the Homeless Services Network became a regional body in 2000 with the addition of Seminole and Osceola Counties. The Homeless Services Network's Continuum of Care process has been successful in bringing more than $20 million in federal funding from HUD's Supportive Housing Program to Central Florida since 1995.
Mission: To provide leadership and collectively advocate for the alleviation of homelessness in Central Florida by identifying needs, developing resources, and coordinating services.
|Causes||Homeless & Housing|