|Men's Program - FKOC
provides homeless assistance for Monroe County, Florida residents. Four facilities; The
William M. Neece Center for Homeless Recovery, Sunrise House,
Sunshine House and Sunrich House, offer case managed residential
services for up to 70 homeless men.
To offer a three-phase program to house homeless men up to two
years and enable them to move from the streets to a sober, stable
employment and residential situation. Clients must live peaceably in
a group setting with other men who may or may not be dealing with
issues of substance abuse or mental health.
Women's Program -
FKOC Sunflower and Sunlight Houses serve women with children and
homeless single women as referred by Samuel's House and The Domestic Abuse
Shelter (DAS). These facilities offer case management services
for up to 52 women and children.
Purpose: To offer homeless women and homeless
women with their minor children a safe and substance-free
environment where they can learn, practice, and assimilate the
necessary life skills for educational or vocational training,
maintain stable employment, raise their children, and sustain
themselves in permanent housing.