To improve the quality of life of the vulnerable through health services, economic services and housing stability.
A world where people have access to what they need to live their best lives, believing that anything is possible.
Lee County’s vulnerable population is considerable; statistics have identified that nearly 1 in 8 residents are living below the poverty level and approximately 3,000 people in Lee County identified as homeless in 2021. (these current demographics are expected to be negatively amplified for both of these conditions due to Hurricane Ian).
Since beginning our work, we have helped many find the path to living their best lives.
We help people who are homeless or living with disabilities access disability income and healthcare, food benefits and housing.
New income coming into the Lee County
Healthy Lifestyles Education
Since the launch of our Chronic Disease management education September 8, 2022, We have identifed individuals living with Diabetes, Hypertension, Asthma, and COPD.
Since 2016, we have helped to coordinate care and provide the necessary resources for individuals to become securely housed