Resources

FAC Resources

The following are some of our internal resources. We hope you will share these with others interested in learning more about FAC, becoming involved or contributing to our cause.

Crisis Centers and Hotlines

If you ever feel yourself in crisis or in need of someone to talk to, please don’t hesitate to ask for help. Things are bad. We know. That’s why we are fighting so hard! But in the mean time there are crisis centers and hotlines that you can call for help. If your county is not on this list, please chose the closest county or any county.

https://www.mentalhelp.net/care/substance-abuse/fl/

ALACHUA COUNTY

Alachua County Community Support Services Crisis Center

24 hours / 7 days

(352) 264-6789

BARTOW

Serving Residents of Western Polk, Highlands, & Hardee Counties

Peace River Center Mental Health Crisis Hotline

24 hours / 7 days

(863) 519-3744

1-800-627-5906

Lakeland Area

(863) 519-8011

Toll-Free 1-877-822-5205

BREVARD COUNTY

Crisis Services of Brevard County

211 Helpline Brevard

24 hours / 7 days

Dial 211 or (321) 632-6688 TDD/TTY Accessible

BROWARD COUNTY

First Call For Help – Broward County

24-Hour Helplines – Dial 211

(954) 537-0211

CITRUS COUNTY

The Centers

24-Hour Crisis Line

(352) 726-7155

DAYTONA BEACH

Serving Volusia and Flagler Counties

ACT – A Human Services Corp

Access Center Helpline

24 hours / 7 days

1-800-539-4ACT (4228)

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

Crisis Center of Tampa Bay

2-1-1 & Hotline Services

24 hours / 7 days

Suicide & Crisis Hotline (813) 234-1234

(813) 234-1234 TDD/TTY

JACKSONVILLE

Serving Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Duval, Hamilton, Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns, Suwannee, & Counties

United Way 2-1-1

Suicide Crisis Helpline

24 hours / 7 days

Call 211 or

Jacksonville & Duval County (904) 632-0600

Toll Free in Northeast Florida 1-800-346-6185

KEY WEST

Helpline, Inc.

24 hours / 7 days

(305) 296-HELP (305) 296-4357

LAKE COUNTY

The Connection Helpline A Christian Volunteer Helpline

1:00pm – 10:00pm Daily Eastern Standard Time

(352) 483-2800

LANTANA

Serving Palm Beach & Treasure Coast Center for Information & Crisis Services

24 hours / 7 days

Call 211 or (561) 383-1111

LARGO

Serving Hernando & Pinellas Counties 2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares

24 hours / 7 days

Dial 211 or

Cell-Phone Access Pinellas County (727) 562-1542

Cell-Phone Access Hernando County (727) 562-1543 211 – TTY / TDD Accessible

MAITLAND

Serving Orange & Seminole Counties

Central Florida Helpline

7am – 11pm / 7 days

(407) 740-7477

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

Switchboard of Miami

Crisis Counseling / Suicide Prevention 24 hours / 7 days

The HELPline (305) 358-HELP (4357)

(305) 358-2477 TDD/TTY

MARION COUNTY

The Centers

24-Hour Crisis Line

(352) 629-9595

OKALOOSA COUNTY

Bridgeway Center Behavioral & Educational Centers

Crisis Line

24 hours / 7 days Fort Walton Beach

(850) 244-9191

Crestview (850) 682-0101

ORLANDO

Serving Central Florida – Orange, Osceola & Seminole Counties

LifeLine of Central Florida

24 hours / 7 days

Community Crisis Line (407) 425-2624

PENSACOLA

Serving Escambia & Santa Rosa County

Lakeview Center – Baptist Health Care

24 hours / 7 days

HelpLine (850) 438-1617

PINELLAS COUNTY

Personal Enrichment Through Mental Health Services

24-Hour Suicide Hotline (727) 791-3131

24-Hour Mental Health Assistance 727-541-4628

PINELLAS COUNTY

Pinellas Cares – Family Resources Helpline

24 hours / 7 days

(727) 344-5555

SARASOTA

https://www.mentalhelp.net/care/substance-abuse/fl/north-port/

ST. LUCIE COUNTY

Serving Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River & Okeechobee Counties

Indian River Mental Health

St. Lucie Crisis Line

24 hours / 7 days

(772) 562-2000

TALLAHASSEE – BIG BEND AREA

Serving Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, & Wakulla Counties

2-1-1 Big Bend Crisis Intervention Hotlines 24 hours / 7 days

Helpline 211 Dial 211 or (850) 224-NEED (6333)

Children’s Mental Health & Substance Abuse Helpline

(850) 224-NEED (6333) 1-877-211-7005

TAMPA Help Line

Christian Helpline Network 24 hours / 7 days (813) 251-4000

WALTON COUNTY

Chautauqua Offices of Psychotherapy and Evaluation

C.O.P.E. Center Helpline 24 hours / 7 days DeFuniak Springs (850) 892-HELP (850) 892-4357

Santa Rosa Beach (850) 267-2220 1-800-955-8770 1-800-955-8771 TDD

Find Your Legislator

We have a comprehensive list of our legislators, which can be found by clicking here.

Or you can use this site: https://callyourrep.co/

Other Advocacy Groups

For a comprehensive list of advocacy groups in other states, click here. Below are links to some of these organizations and others.

 

  • Sex Offender Solutions and Education Network (sosen.org) SOSEN is a national site that provides a private secure form for registered citizens and their family to discuss issues and solutions pertaining to the registry. SOSEN upholds laws that are fair, just, and which are based on reliable scientific evidence.  Laws which are also designed to protect the Constitutional rights of all citizens.  SOSEN’s primary mission is to educate the public, the news media, law enforcement and legislators with the true facts about Child Sexual Abuse in an attempt to reduce the unfound and unwarranted hysteria as a result of misinformation and propaganda.  We are striving to incorporate Solutions based on facts that will help change the attitude of our lawmakers from writing and passing legislation which hinders life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for both registrants and their families.
  • A Sex Offender Speaks (last date: 2011)Thoughts, Reviews and Updates on Current Sex Offender legislation and my views in general on law: our country, freedom and really whatever else pops in my head.Absolute Zero Unites!Blog exposing dangerous cyber-bullies and cyber-terrorist organizations who target Registered CitizensA.R.I.S.ENJ: Seeking protection of society through humane and effective treatment and supervision 

    Arkansas Time-After-Time (last date: 2014)

     

    California RSOL

    Lead by attorney Janice Bellucci, or sister organization in California and one that has successfully litigated several cases.

     

    California for Romeo and Juliet Law

    Our purpose is the sharing of information, the raising of awareness, the advocacy for change. Named for the fated lovers in William Shakespeare’s play, the “Romeo and Juliet” Law is an attempt to define and separate the consensual acts of teens in the context of loving relationships from violent and predatory sex offenders. We ask… SHOULD LOVE=CRIME?

     

    Citizen’s For Change Maine (last date: 2010)

     

    Congress, Courts and Sex Offenders

    Congress, Courts & National News

     

    Constitutional Fights (last date: 2011)

     

    Deaths Related to Sex Offenders or Offenses

    Purpose: To document “Other” deaths, deaths related to sex offenses, sex offenders, or persons accused of a sex offense. These are innocent peoplewhose life crossed paths with one of the above. For a very detailed explanation see Complete Blog Overview. Remember: These deaths are folks whose lives touched on the life of, a registered sex offender, a person accused of a sex offense -OR- an unusual sexual circumstance, no matter how they died (Murdered, Killed or Suicided.)

     

    Diary of a Sex Offender

    The diary of a convicted sex offender following release. sex offenders are real people and have to live in the real world; this is how one does.

     

    Disgrace In Florida (last date: 2009)

     

    Eyes of the Offender (last date: 2009)

    “This is my new cause… I have never in my life stood up for anything, let alone been willing to lobby for it. I want this. No I need this to function in life. I am a number and I am a label, and that is what people see, and I am more then just that.”

     

    Families Advocating Intelligent Registries

    FAIR works year-round to educate Maryland’s lawmakers about the wide range of people on the public registry, and how damaging it is to innocent family members.

     

    Families Against Mandatory Minimums

    FAMM (Families Against Mandatory Minimums) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization fighting for smart sentencing laws that protect public safety.

     

    Families of Sex Offenders

    This group is here to help those with loved ones who are convicted of sex offenses.

     

    Florida Scandal

    The truth about internet sting entrapment

     

    Help My Case

    This blog is designed to help out a young man I know by the name of Roshawn C. Evans. RoShawn is married with a 3year old daughter. He’s a hardworking Man of God with a family that is struggling from the Sex Offender Registry in Houston TX ( case took place in Flint, MI in Genesee County ). His case is rare and not like the other Sex Offender Cases.

     

    Hope for a Loved One

    Our Story – Locked up in Prison with only hope to hold onto.

     

    Illinois Voices

     

    Jessicas Law Nightmare (last date: 2014)

    Exposing the Unconstitutional, Unfair, Unjust, and Anti-American Jessica’s Law in California

     

    Kansas Law

    This blog is dedicated to the organization of and for the peoples of Kansas. To facilitate changes in law that affect/effect the community as a whole.

     

    Liberty and Justice Coalition

    Liberty and Justice Coalition is a 6 year old, grass roots Civil Rights Group associated with ReformSexOffenderLaws.org with affiliates throughout the United States.

     

    Life on the Mountain (last date: 2015)

     

    MN Second Chance Coalition

    The Minnesota Second Chance Coalition is a nonpartisan coalition of over 50 organizations who advocate for fair and responsible laws and policies that allow those who have committed crimes and served their sentences to fully support themselves and their families, and contribute to their communities to their full potential.

     

    Massachusetts Sex Offender on Probation Resource

    Massachusetts Sex Offender Resource Blog: Incarceration, Probation, and Life After as an RSO

     

    Matthew 25 Ministries

    To provide a compassionate recovery community for ex-offenders who are willing to take responsibility for themselves and learn to make viable choices while striving for success.

     

    Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform 

    CCJMH works for a just, humane, and restorative judicial and correctional system by means of research, public education, legislative advocacy, coalition building, community organizing, and litigation. We support rational, cost-effective programs and policies that reduce crime, lower recidivism, and make our society safer.

     

    Oklahoma RSOL

    OKRSOL is an informational site presenting facts and legal issues concerning sex offender laws. We strive to inform the citizens of Oklahoma truthfully. There are stories from families in our state and across America who have been harmed by the current Registration laws.

     

    Once Fallen

    Founded in December 2007, Once Fallen has been the leading reference & resource site for Registered Citizens (i.e., those convicted of registrable sex offenses) and provide useful information to those seeking to reform or abolish the myriad of excessive sex offender laws, from the public registry to residency restrictions and beyond.

     

    Papersplease.org

    The Identity Project explores and defends the fundamental American right to move freely around our country and to live without constantly having to prove who we are or why we are here.

     

    Please Help Chris Krych, an American Citizen!

    Chris Krych is a “civilly committed” (a euphemism for “indefinitely detained”) American citizen in Moose Lake, MN. This blog is Chris Krych’s story and thoughts in his own words. In order to preserve the integrity of Mr. Krych’s writings, all posts here are scanned copies of letters Mr. Krych sends to me. Everything scanned is authentic and unedited in any way by Once Fallen, the host of this blog.

     

    Reform Alabama’s Sex Offender Laws

    Registered Former Offenders Restoration Movement-Alabama (ReFORM-AL) was created in 2010 by Derek W. Logue of Once Fallen. Logue saw the need for a state-specific site to monitor Alabama’s sex offender laws, which are among the worst and most oppressive laws in the nation. The purpose of ReFORM-AL is to educate the public on the state of Alabama’s sex offender laws as well as provide the tools necessary to assist in reforming the current system of laws in the state.

     

    Reform Sex Offender Laws in Wisconsin (blogsite)

    Reform Sex Offender Laws in Wisconsin (website)

    “Educating the public about sexual offenses so that laws can be created and modified that are based on equal justice and respect for the dignity of all people. Protection from and help bring about the reversal of retroactively applied restrictions resulting from current and future sex offender laws. To encourage thoughtful and viable policies that will provide protection that our current laws promise, but do nothing to effectively provide protection for our communities”

     

    Registrant TAG

    Registrant Travel Action Group (RTAG) envisions a future in which individuals who are required to register on any US jurisdiction’s sex offender registry and have served their required time of incarceration and/or supervision, are allowed travel internationally, safely and with the same freedom of movement as every American citizen and resident.

     

    Reform Sex Offender Laws, Inc. National RSOL

    RSOL envisions effective, fact-based sexual offense laws and policies which promote public safety, safeguard civil liberties, honor human dignity, and offer holistic prevention, healing, and restoration.

     

    SOL Research

    SOL Research provides factual information about United States sex laws and their effects on people and society. The purpose of this research is to help people understand what is happening.

     

    Sex Gulag.org

    Bringing news from america’s (or any country’s) expanding sex offender gulags. Its purpose is to point out the many legal, civil rights, and economic problems with civil confinement, incarceration, banishment, and the legal justice system and to explore their alternatives. it does not condone illegal acts of any kind. We desire a society in which all of its members live safely and with their civil rights intact. if free speech offends you, please do read elsewhere.

     

    Sex Offender Issues

    Here to help ex-sex offenders, friends & family keep track of the current laws, news and issues that may affect them.  Atlanta, GA, USA

     

    Sex Offender Research: Issues, News and Recidivism

    National issues and news

     

    Sex Offender Resource

    Sex Offender Resource has been designed to provide the maximum amount of resources for those required to register, those that care about individuals whom are required to register and for those looking to assist individuals required to register

     

    Sex Offender Statistics

    Sex offender statistics nationally

     

    Sex Offender Suicides and Other Deaths

    Blog Purpose: To document, from published articles, suicides of registered and former sex offenders, as well as persons accused of sex offenses. We include, but not in stats, those who die of natural or other causes “Tag: Deaths – not Qualified …

     

    Sex Offender: Vigilantism

    Our Purpose: To document various acts of vigilantism, and “who -or- what” they have targeted. These incidents document what Lawmakers refuse to admit is occurring.

     

    SORNA Review

    Reformation and Review of Post Sentencing Laws

     

    Sex Offenders: Murdered

    Blog Purpose: To document relevant Truths and supporting them with Authority, then also reveal Factoids, things that do not appear to have any support. This will be available to everyone.

     

    Utah Sentencing Alternatives

    At Utah Sentencing Alternatives we believe that life is a journey of experiential learning in which mistakes are required elements.  We believe that what matters, what defines us, are the choices made during times of adversity and the willingness to be accountable for those decisions.  We believe that learning is an intentional choice that is purposefully made with courage, compassion, and empathy.

     

    Women Against Registry (website)

    Women Against Registry (blogspot)

    Women Against Registry was organized in 2011 as a vehicle for the wives, mothers, girlfriends, aunts, grandmothers, cousins and others who have a loved one who, after being adjudicated of a sexual offense continue to be punished for things they might do.  WAR does in no way condone the sexual abuse of any child or adult. We advocate for sexual abuse prevention programs such as Stop It Now to teach safety to the public.

     

    eAdvocate: Community Blogspot

    Twitter Advocates

    https://twitter.com/AntiRegistry 

    We’re building the most comprehensive research website for Sex Offender Issues. https://t.co/dhjdVkWwyq

    https://twitter.com/AntiRegistryNow

    https://twitter.com/DrADPeters

    Dr. Aaron Peters is the founder of ex-Sex Offenders and Recovery (SOAR), a support and advocacy group promoting social change through personal development.

    https://twitter.com/SOIssues

    https://twitter.com/UnfoundedFear

    We’re a newly forming organization, built for the purpose of assisting Organizations Addressing Unfounded Fear, who’s mission involves reforming registry laws.

    https://twitter.com/oncefallenbook

    Derek W. Logue, Registrant Advocate, Sex Offender Legal Analyst, author of Once Fallen. Visit Once Fallen today for REAL sex offender facts. This one has a picture of a Florida protest on it.

    https://twitter.com/WomenAgainstReg

    A grassroots organization advocating for families of the 843,260 men, women & children registrants. 3 million family members experience the collateral damage.

    https://twitter.com/NationalRSOL

    RSOL envisions fact-based sexual offense laws and policies which promote public safety, prevention, and healing and safeguard civil liberties and human dignity.  

    https://twitter.com/ILVoices

    Our mission is education, based on current research, of sex offender laws and the harsh reality of the consequences of these laws.

    Reentry

    New Name Ministries

    Texas reentry

     

    Coalition of Prison Evangelists (COPE)

    COPE’s Purpose is to equip you for your purpose. Founded on a vision to build an army of ministries coming out of prison, COPE is a professional service organization for all who serve in Criminal Justice Ministry.

     

    Christian Association for Prison Aftercare (CAPA)

    The mission of CMCA is to connect, encourage, equip and strengthen Christians as they fulfill the Great Commission in Corrections.

     

    Xtreme Soulutions

    Marion County Florida: The mission of Xtreme Soulutions is to empower people to fulfill their dreams, to prepare them for their future and to serve the many needs of our community.

     

    Second Chances 4 Felons

    Texas: Specializing in assisting felons with overcoming  daily obstacles that they face  due to their convictions. LAC

    The Legal Action Center is the only non-profit law and policy organization in the United States whose sole mission is to fight discrimination against people with histories of addiction, HIV/AIDS, or criminal records, and to advocate for sound public policies in these areas.

     

    Miracle Park

    FL: To provide a compassionate recovery community for ex-offenders who are willing to take responsibility for themselves and learn to make viable choices while striving for success.

     

    Offender’s Aid and Restoration

    VA: OAR provides reentry services, including transition assistance and employment counseling to incarcerated individuals and ex-offenders who are committed to avoiding re-incarceration and becoming established in the community as productive and responsible citizens. The OAR Reentry Services Department serves nearly 800 post-release clients annually

     

    Florida Justice Transition

    Florida Justice Transitions has been in existence for over twenty years, and provides low cost housing, transitional assistance programs, and general support for Sex Offenders, in particular those who are in the process of release from prison.

    Employment

    Hire Network

    Established by the Legal Action Center in 2001, the National Helping Individuals with criminal records Re-enter through Employment (H.I.R.E.) Network is both a national clearinghouse for information and an advocate for policy change. It is one of several special projects at the Legal Action Center. The goal of the National H.I.R.E. Network is to increase the number and quality of job opportunities available to people with criminal records by changing public policies, employment practices and public opinion. (Read the National H.I.R.E. Network’s operating principles and advocacy priorities to learn more.)

     

    The Listing

    This is a PDF File of Employment listed by states.

     

     

    Health

    Recovery Health Network

    6/7/11 Associated Press—”Newly released inmates and offenders on community supervision are being offered prescription drug discounts of up to 75 percent. The Department of Corrections announced Monday that it’s partnering with Recovery Health Network to provide those offenders and ex-convicts with drug discount cards as a way to help them readjust to freedom. Cards have been sent to prisons and community corrections offices across Florida. They also can be obtained through the network’s website.

     

    Elderly, Disabilities & Americans with Disability Act Conditions

    Sex Offender related issues regarding health, retirement

    Reports, Articles and Legal Papers

    Adam Walsh Act PDF

     

    Civil Commitment US v. Comstock PDF

     

    H.R. 5138: International Megan’s Law of 2010

     

    KEEPING THE INTERNET DEVOID OF SEXUAL PREDATORS ACT OF 2008 PDF

     

    Second Chance Act

     

    No Easy Answers This 146-page report is the first comprehensive study of US sex offender policies, their public safety impact, and the effect they have on former offenders and their families.

     

    Diane Dimond This is the official site of Author and Investigative Reporter Diane Dimond. Read her story – Convicted Sex Offenders – The Other View.

     

    Is Florida holding sex offenders in legal limbo? At a state sex-offender treatment center outside Arcadia, hundreds of inmates who completed their prison terms are held until they receive sufficient treatment to learn to control their criminal behavior. But some convicted pedophiles and rapists who fight their commitment under the “Jimmy Ryce” law can find themselves stuck there indefinitely, in a legal no-man’s-land.

     

    Is Sex Offender Registry evil gossip or public safety? Ethics and Religion Talk

     

    Sex offenders: everyone has an opinion — from my inbox Our world: 7 out of 10 girls, 4 out of 10 boys are sexually abused by age 16. In North America, sexual abuse takes place in 1 out of 3 homes.

     

    The Adam Walsh Act: Un-Civil Commitment

    Congress enacted the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 (“the Adam Walsh Act”) with the aim of “protect[ing] children from sexual exploitation and violent crime.” Among other measures, the Act creates a National Sex Offender Registry, establishes a post-conviction civil commitment scheme, increases punishments for a variety of federal crimes against children, and strengthens existing child pornography prohibitions. The scope of this note is limited to an analysis of the commitment portion of the Act (“Commitment Provision”). This provision authorizes the federal government to civilly commit, in a federal facility, any “sexually dangerous” person “in the custody” of the Bureau of Prisons – even after that person has completed his entire prison sentence.

     

    The Adam Walsh Act: The Scarlet Letter of the Twenty-First Century

    Download: Reforming sex offender laws will not be easy. At a time when national polls indicate that Americans fear sex offenders more than terrorists, legislators will have to show they have the intelligence and courage to create a society that is safe yet still protects the human rights of everyone.

     

    FACTS vs MYTHS

     

    Books

    Unprecedented: How sex offender laws are impacting our nation

     

    By John B. Haralson and Jon R. Cordeiro

     

    This professionally endorsed, power-packed book is setting the standard for research on sex offender legal reform, policy, practice, and activism. Those personally impacted by the current laws will find a tremendous amount of useful information and encouragement as well.

     

    The book has its own website, so for more information and to place your order, click here.

     

    Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment current issue

     

Registration Locations By County

Forensic Psychologists

  • Specialized Treatment and Assessment Resources, P.A. Eric Imhof, Psy.D. (954) 646-6141 [email protected] Outpatient, office based Population Served: Juvenile and Adult sex offenders Services: Evaluation and assessment

Therapist Links

Housing Options

Aftercare Opportunities for Men

 

 

Trinity House

375 Kaye Street

Fort Pierce, Fl 34947

772-985-7835

 

Christlike Ministry

3011 Orient Rd.

Tampa, Fl 33619

(813) 623-1099

 

Lakeland Palms

(no probation)

2965 New Tampa Hwy.

Lakeland, Fl 33815

(407) 619-7041 Manager: Al

 

The Ranch

P.O. Box 92901

Lakeland, Fl. 33804

(863) 513-2486 Manager: Chris

 

Fairfield Apartments

11451 Char Ann Drive

Apartment C

Fort Myers, Fl. 33908

(239) 823-0377 or (239) 826-3330

 

Palace Mobile Home Park

2500 54th Ave. N.

Tarpon Springs, FL

Southeast New Start Transition Housing

9171 Parker Ave

Jacksonville, Fl. 32218

(904) 757-1441 D. Bell

 

Lake Shore Village

sohofla.org

Sex Offender Housing of Orlando

4127 North Orange Blossom Trail

Orlando FL 32804

407-616-7757

 

Overland Village

3303 Overland Road

Apopka FL 32703

407-616-7757

 

Speedway Motel

3753 W International Speedway Blvd

Daytona Beach, FL 32124

(386) 428-0148 J. Martin

 

Coastal Apartments

c/o Josh Sims Apt F2

16800 Carmen Ave

Ft. Myers, FL 33908

 

Matthew 25 Ministries

Matthew 25 Ministries

120 Pelican Lake Drive

Pahokee, FL 33476

(561) 924-5556

www.matthew25ministries.org  

Offender Housing

http://www.offenderhousing.org

P.O. Box 547758 Orlando, Florida 32854-7758 Tel: 407.704.4126 Fax: 866.253.8611

 

Solid Rock Foundation

Thomas Brown 23945 Ne 113th Ave Fort McCoy, Florida 32134

 

Plant A Seed

Pastor Al

Fort Pierce, FL (727) 486-0733

Fort Pierce, FL

 

Off the Chain Ministries Inc

Daryl Townsend

904-282-1336

4265 Everett Ave Middleburg, FL 32068

http://offthechainministries.com/

 

H.O.S.T. Transition Services

Sex Offender Housing Consultant

(407) 437-3694

[email protected]

http://www.hosttransitionservices.com

 

Burch’s Transitional House 2058 Danese Street Jacksonville, Florida 32206 (904) 345-9848

 

FSJ Housing contact person: Rick Evans @ 813-294-0341 2818 N Nebraska Ave Tampa FL 33603 Rent is $100.00 per week and that includes kitchen, bathroom, washer, dryer, and fridge

A South Florida Realtor

Patricia Sagastume  –  [email protected].com  –    954.258.3782  –   Keyes Realtors  –  4700 Sheridan Street  –  Hollywood, FL 33021  –  954-893-1322  –  Mobile Phone: (954) 258-3782

Broward County Homeless Information

If you have any resources you would like added to our information/referral list, please notify us by writing to [email protected]

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