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The mission of One Hopeful Place is to be the front door into permanent housing and to end the cycle of homelessness of those experiencing housing loss in Okaloosa County.

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Success Stories


"OHP has been a God send. I am a combat vet who served in Afghanistan as a Marine. I have had great struggles since seperating..." Came in Jan 2018 - Graduated in May 2018


"Words can hardly describe my stay at OHP yet I will attempt to share an experience that not only was physical, mental, emotional, but most of all..." Came in Jul 2018 - Graduated in Oct 2018


"My time at OHP was a challenge at first. Once I focused on why I was there in the first place, I was able to achieve all of my goals. If you are serious... Came in Jan 2018 - Graduated in Oct 2018

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22% of Okaloosa County students live below the poverty line, while 533 are actually classified as homeless.

Okaloosa County cold night shelters average about 100 people per night, and most of those are families/grandmothers, not the “guys on the street.”

Approximately 14% of the homeless in Okaloosa County are veterans.

There were a total of 176 households counted as homeless in January 2015. 110 of these households contained minor children; 31 households were youth not accompanied by an adult.