We offer three housing programs that are based on the family's needs and designed to allow families to remain together, become self-reliant and achieve housing stability. These include permanent housing solutions that include utilities in a single low monthly rent in order to decrease the obstacles to attaining and maintaining stable housing, and a single family apartment that is available for short term stays of seven days or less through our Safe Overnight Stay (SOS) program.
Additionally, during school breaks, we've begun a camp program that reduces the stress for working parents who may not otherwise have someplace safe to have their children stay during the workday while introducing kids to new ideas and experiences.
See below for more information about each program.
The Basic Requirements (All Housing Programs)
We do not discriminate based on age, race, color, sex, gender identity, national origin, religion or disability.
Community of Hope offers a very short-term shelter program called S.O.S. (Safe Overnight Stay). It is for families who are unexpectedly or suddenly experiencing homelessness.
There are two location for this program, one in South Brevard and one in North Brevard.
Transitional housing units are available for up to two years. These units are available to working families with (minor) children who meet the criteria for entry and demonstrate a likelihood of success if given low cost housing and supportive services.
Community of Hope has several individual family homes, and multifamily housing options open to low income families. These homes are designated as permanent supportive housing, meaning they are intended to provide support for low income families for whom typical rental rates in the area are overly burdensome.
Childcare can often be a challenge for working families during school breaks. CAMP HOPE offers a safe, fun, and educational environment that is financially accessible for for everyone. This supports our mission to create a community of engaged and thriving families.