Offering a safe facility for up to 100 of our community’s less
fortunate during those nights when temperatures drop below
40° F. To further extend their missions, this activity is coordinated
and hosted by area churches.
The transitional housing program will be run by 90 Works, a
501(c)(3) organization, whose mission helps those who are
homeless, or near homeless, become self-sufficient members
of society in 90 days.
Help Fill The Pantry
One Hopeful Place
1564 North Beal Extension
(1564 Percy Coleman Road)
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547
At Community Solutions, a non-profit organization, our goal is to bring together community and business leaders; churches; organizations; non-profit agencies; municipal staff and elected officials; law enforcement; employment assistance groups, and citizens for the purpose of breaking the cycle of homelessness in Okaloosa County.
Our mission in breaking the cycle of homelessness is dedicated to doing this through effective communication and collaboration between service agencies, resource providers, and our community by bestowing innovative and compassionate direction to men, women, and children in Okaloosa County.
Did you know?
In Florida schools and nationally, 11% and 8%, respectively of all homeless people are unaccompanied children and youth (one who is not in physical custody of a parent or guardian).