Serving the Homeless
of Florida's Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties
Special Request for Winter Care Packs
Opening Doors Northwest Florida would like to provide 500 winter care packages to the homeless this year. We have compiled an itemized list of what we will need to build these packages.
If you can, please purchase and donate any of the following items. They can be shipped or brought to:
You may also donate the money to purchase these items.
Opening Doors Northwest Florida has served in our community for over 30 years.
Homelessness can affect anyone: people with jobs, people with kids, people with a college education, people who have served our country, the person behind you in the grocery store checkout, the person sitting next to you at church.
It is our goal to raise awareness in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties about the true nature of homelessness, establish a better way to fund programs that truly help the homeless and guide public giving toward coordinated resources.
With generous support from the community, Opening Doors Northwest Florida is ensuring families and individuals meet their most basic needs. By partnering with people like you, we are helping to break the cycle of homelessness.
Homeless Reduction Task Force
Will make Positive Impact on Community
A community partnership in Northwest Florida is being formed to better streamline services to homeless individuals and families with the ultimate goal of offering essential resources in helping them achieve a life God intended for all citizens in our two-county area. The Homeless Reduction Task Force of NWF will increase public safety and strengthen the Northwest Florida community by reducing the number of individuals and families experiencing homelessness. This Task Force will be co-chaired by John Johnson Executive Director of Opening Doors NWFL, the Lead Agency for Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties Local Continuum of Care and Connie Bookman the Founder & CEO of Pathways For Change.
WE'RE OPENING DOORS TO PREVENT AND END CHRONIC HOMELESSNESS
Street Outreach travels to both Escambia and Santa Rosa County
With street supplies, homeless prevention and rapid-rehousing services.
Restored to Safety
Marked Safe I-110 Bridge