One Family at a Time: Reduce Homelessness for Children





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Published on Feb 6, 2012

While numbers and statistics may easily overwhelm, by focusing on one family at a time, the Central Florida Community can preclude homelessness for children and lead the nation in solutions.

Meet a family of five who live in a van to try to make ends meet. The mom feels like she is in a "rat race" and can never get ahead.

To help a family in Central Florida, contact anna_obrien@dcf.state.fl.us.

This program is an effort of the Florida Department of Children and Families with support from: The Florida Department of Education, Central Florida Commission on Homelessness, Heart of Florida United Way, First Baptist Church of Orlando, Sonny's BBQ, Bridges to Circles, Team Gamez, Doorstep Delivery, Homeless Services Network of Central Florida, Orange, Osceola and Seminole county school boards, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and media partner WKMG.

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