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Click here to download our community resource flyer.

Click here to view our resource guide for Winter Park and surrounding areas.

Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT).

SNAP Assistance available by phone

407-295-2777 | Monday - Friday | 8:30AM to 4:30PM

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic our Program Specialists are not conducting face to face interviews to assist the public with SNAP (food stamps applications) at the regular sites in Orange and Brevard counties, but you are encouraged to call our hotline for assistance, 407-295-2777. Click here to download the SNAP Hotline flyer.

Although you will not be connected with a person on the hotline you should leave a message which would be forwarded to one of our Specialists who are working remotely and will return all calls as soon as possible. You can also apply online here.

Culinary Training Program

Our 16-week program is provided at no charge and designed to assist our students with barriers that would prevent them from achieving success while enrolled, such as lack of food, housing, transportation, childcare, and medical and mental health needs. Students attend classes Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

We’ve also designed our Culinary Training Program to complement the two- and four-year formal culinary programs in the area, should students wish to continue with their culinary education. Our social services program tracks students’ progress and milestones after graduation for one year, and assists them with GED placement, college applications and continued job placement assistance. Click here to learn more and apply.

Distribution Center Training Program

Students enrolled in the program gain valuable “hands-on” experience learning in our live operation warehouse. They will be immersed in all aspects of warehouse operations including: Safety, Inventory, Housekeeping, Receiving, Shipping and Process Flow. The life skills component of our program prepares students for work- readiness, focusing on the importance of appropriate work behaviors, resumes and interviewing techniques, as well as household budgeting, stress relief, and time management.

Our 14 week program is provided at no charge and designed to assist our students with barriers that would prevent them from achieving success while enrolled, such as lack of food, housing, transportation, childcare, and medical and mental health needs.Click here to learn more and apply.

 

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