Monthly Archive: April, 2012

Homeless kids have “spring fever”

Spring has arrived, bringing with it a mix of April showers and Florida sunshine! In light of this season change, the youngsters in Coalition for the Homeless’ licensed Daycare and Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK)… Continue reading

Study confirms 2 bdrm rentals “out of reach” for many

In March, the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) released Out of Reach 2012, its annual side-by-side comparison of wages and rents in the United States. As we found in last year’s report,… Continue reading

Out with the old – In with the new

He may be covering other major Central Florida news events, but journalist and storyteller Dan Beckmann has the Coalition’s Men’s Service Center construction on his mind.  And are we glad!  Picking up from… Continue reading

Sober, clean, and no longer homeless

Coalition for the Homeless celebrated another First Steps Transitional Housing Program graduation last night! Roger, a client we introduced to you back in January, stood alongside four other graduates. We are so excited… Continue reading

Understanding homelessness at an early age

A group of 7th and 8th grade students from The Logan School in Colorado recently contacted Coalition for the Homeless. The students chose homelessness as the topic for a school project, which required… Continue reading