Fallon Lockhart came to H2R several months ago as a homeless individual with little to no Hope. After going through our program and remaining diligent and faithful to her restoration path, she now has a Home, Job, and is well on her way to self sufficiency. WAYTO GO Fallon

Success Story of the Month 

As of January 2020, Florida had an estimated 27,487 experiencing homelessness on any given day, as reported by Continuums of Care to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Florida has the 3rd largest homeless population in the U.S. and is currently facing a severe affordable housing crisis. As rents continue to rise, individuals that have become homeless cannot quickly find housing they can afford. Families and individuals can experience homelessness for many reasons but moving them back into housing is the first step in solving any problem that caused their homelessness. Affordable housing and supportive services are needed to address the issue of homelessness.

HOMELESS VETERANS:

LET'S ELIMINATE HOMELESSNESS AMONG VETERANS IN CENTRAL FLORIDA AS WELL FOR THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED OUR COUNTRY




Here are the 10 states with the most homeless people:

California (151,278)

New York (92,091)

Florida (28,328)

Texas (25,848)

Washington (21,577)

Massachusetts (18,471)

Oregon (15,876)

Pennsylvania (13,199)

Georgia (10,443)

Ohio (10,345)

Thank you to our partners who continue to help us serve our community 

29% of our population is our Homeless youth

*Donating $20 a monthly will help to cloth,feed,educate and restore a family of 3

* Donating $30 a month will assist with helping a family of ​4 with clothing, food , and transportation to doctors etc.

*Donations of $40 a month will help us find shelter and living resources, food, clothing, and build restoration to a family with children

ANY HELP YOU CAN GIVE TO ASSIST THOSE IN NEED IS A BLESSING. 

OUR MISSION

THE MISSION OF H2R IS TO REBUILD: REVIVE: RENEW FAMILIES ONE LIFE AT A TIME , BY SUPPLYING THEM WITH THE TOOLS AND RESOURCES ​TO BECOME SELF SUFFICIENT 

End of  2019 the State of Florida Homeless Stats

Total Homeless 28,328

Homeless Households 2,171

Veterans 2,472

Young Adults 1,450

And this is not even counting the children, infants and babies that are on these streets 

Florida has the third largest homeless population in the United States at 31,030 w​ith 17,637 sheltered and 13,393 unsheltered – including children and families. Between 2015 and 2019, the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) reported that the total number of homeless children attending public schools increased from 71,446 (2015) to 95,860 (2019).

"Florida's recidivism rate is about 33%, which means that one out of every three inmates released from a Florida prison return to prison in Florida within three years. We are a 2nd chance facility plan to help end the cycle of reentry  to our Judicial system. Our plan is to help with Job placement, restart advocacy, and resource tools to end the cycle of reoffending. 

VISION STATEMENT

To End Homeless Insecurities, Family instability, and the cycle of poverty and Recidivism 

We are a nonprofit 501(c)3 that specialized in 3 areas:

Homelessness* Family Stability *Restart Advocacy