OSCEOLA COUNTY FIRST RESPONDERS PROGRAM

EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDERS, HEALTHCARE WORKERS & ESSENTIAL SERVICE WORKERS CHILDCARE SERVICES

Under the recently announced statewide Stay-at-Home order, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida’s services have been designated as essential and necessary to maintaining the continuity of operations of critical infrastructure. To that end, we will open our Clubhouse facility and/or facilities only to those children of parents who serve as first responders and/or serve in essential infrastructure sectors such as Corrections, Health Department, Fire Department and Sheriff’s Office.

Please review the following documents carefully:

RESOURCES FOR CLUB FAMILIES

HELP WITH EMERGENCY RENT/MORTGAGE/UTILITY EXPENSES FROM UNITED WAY

About the ALICE Fund for COVID-19/Coronavirus

Specifically for residents of Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties, the ALICE Fund targets rent, mortgage and utility assistance to help prevent eviction and homelessness. Clients must demonstrate financial need by presenting documentation including but not limited to bank statements, pay stubs, rent agreements, utility bills, etc.

For those seeking assistance, contact Heart of Florida United Way’s 211 Information and Referral Crisis Line by dialing 2-1-1, texting your zip code to 898211 or chatting online at www.HFUW.org/Chat.

HOME ACTIVITIES & ESTABLISHED ROUTINE WHILE SCHOOL IS OUT