... is comprised of service providers, local government, faith-based organizations, non-profit organizations, businesses and housing assistance providers, and is mandated to provide collaborative community leadership resulting in innovative solutions to reduce homelessness and maximize local mainstream resources to meet the needs of the homeless and persons at risk of homelessness.
Join Us the 4th Tuesday of each Month @ 11:30.
Homeless Management Info System
For Service Referrals call from any telephone
Log into your HMIS account.
Click on the link above to join the Listserve to receive Notices by email from HUD about HUD Programs.
Apply for Food Stamps.
The Official Grant Information Site.
The Official HUD PIT/HIC Reporting Site.
The Ocala/Marion Continuum of Care will facilitate an end to homelessness within Marion County Florida, resulting in sustainable, safe and habitable homes for all residents.
The Ocala/Marion Continuum of Care fosters collaboration among member organizations to provide assistance to residents at risk of homelessness, and homeless individuals and families in search of temporary and permanent housing throughout the County.
U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness.
The CoC Board of Directors serves as the HUD recognized decision making body.
(24 CFR 578.5(a)). Our members are representatives of relevant organizations that are organized to plan for and provide, as necessary, a system of outreach, engagement and assessment, and prevention strategies to address the various needs of homeless or at risk of homelessness residents of Marion County.
Apply for Social Security Benefits.
The Second Annual
Memorial Service and Celebration
Is being sponsored by the Marion County Continuum of Care and
Marion County Homeless Council
This special service will be held at the Salvation Army's Chapel on
Tuesday, April 28th at 11:30.
The service begins with a Candlelight Vigil honoring the lives of homeless persons in the community, who have passed away during the last 12 months and ends with a Celebration honoring the success of persons who were formerly homeless and are now enjoying living in their own homes.