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We don’t see them.

We don’t see the 1,640 homeless people in Jacksonville because most of us do not live in the city proper.

But the hungry and homeless veterans, children, and poor do exist and need help with food, housing, and healthcare.

 

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These people are selflessly served by the caring people at the Sulzbacher Center.  800+ people are placed into permanent housing, 7,468 people are provided high quality healthcare, and 561,764 nutritious meals are served.

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 The Sulzbacher Center’s comprehensive services include street outreach, daily meals, emergency housing, case management support, veteran services, job placement assistance, as well as permanent supportive housing, scattered-site housing and a therapeutic early learning center.

The following are specific services that the Sulzbacher Center provide:

SHORT TERM EMERGENCY HOUSING

PERMANENT HOUSING

CHOP (CHRONICALLY HOMELESS OFFENDERS PROGRAM)

VETERAN’S SERVICE

HEALTHCARE FOR ADULTS

HEALTHCARE FOR CHILDREN

MEDICAL RESPITE

URBAN REST STOP

HOPE STREET OUTREACH PROGRAM

CAREER, EDUCATION & LIFE SKILLS

CHILDREN’S PROGRAM

CRAWFORD EARLY LEARNING CENTER

FOOD SERVICES

 

THIS YEAR’S EVENT:

 
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Casino Games, Silent Auction, Heavy Hors D'oeuvres, and Drinks (Open Bar 7:00-9:00 PM)

All proceeds to benefit the programs at the Sulzbacher Center to end homelessness, one person at a time

Friday, January 24, 2020

7:00-11:00 PM

UNF Herbert University Center (12000 Alumni Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32224)