Contact

Sanford, FL - 32771
(407) 321-8224


Office Hours

  • Monday 9 am - 5 pm
  • Tuesday 9 am - 5 pm
  • Wednesday 9 am - 5 pm
  • Thursday 9 am - 5 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 5 pm


Rescue Outreach Mission Of Sanford Inc

Their Woman and Children's facility is currently being expanded from 36 to 46 beds.
Mom's with kids stay in a private room with their children and they can accommodate for up to 4 children in a room.
There is a dormitory style room for individual woman, some needing shelter from domestic violence.

As part of their case management, residents work toward personal goals, including employment, a crucial step to becoming more financially stable and independent so they can move into permanent housing.
Without their services, they will be less likely to achieve the life and job readiness skills they need to obtain and sustain employment, or to achieve permanent housing, and would require more services from the community; impacting the availability of services from government, private agencies, and the religious community.
Rescue Outreach Mission's Opportunities & Hope program ensures a safer, healthier community for all in addition to providing the potential for a future for their clients.

The Following are specific services that every resident benefits from (some services are provided in collaboration with other agencies).

In-Take and Case Management Plan
During in-take, each client is interviewed to determine the cause of his/her homelessness.
ROM assesses the individual's goals, job skills, education level, health, substance abuse and disability issues (if any), and other factors that contribute to their employment potential.
Each case is reviewed weekly to determine progress toward planned goals.
Assistance in applying for all government programs that are available to assist residents such as Section 8 Housing, Medicaid, food stamps, TANF, SSI, and Veterans Health Services.
Three meals a day, seven days a week for all residents.
Clothes closet, mental health counseling, and access to AA/NA meetings, if needed.
Education (one-on-one and group) in learning financial literacy skills that will increase financial stability, such as budgeting, mock employment interviews, assistance in filling out job applications.
Transportation to job fairs.
Assistance in finding permanent housing.


Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm



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Comments
  • Reply User   2019-04-03 20:34:12

    I need to get out of a situation that's not healthy.

  • Reply User   2016-03-11 09:57:46

    They do not have three meals per day only one no help with daycare and you have to pay $60.00 a week to live here. NO HELP ripoff.

  • Reply User   2019-04-16 05:59:24

    A bed and one meal is a blessing... And to have to pay 60 a week u are really going to complain... Some people out here trying to figure out how to pay 320 a week at hotel just to put roof over kids heads... And Can't get help or into a place... Now I know why they helping and houses ungrateful unappreciated people such as urself.... God bless and keep helping till u help the right ones that will appreciate the littlest things

  • Reply User   2019-04-30 11:13:27

    I lived there back in the early 90s. They had a great set up in my opinion. Women were safe. They provided me clothes, towel and soap. They also provided us responsibilities such as cleaning the bathroom and shower area. Of course as with sharing a big room with other women, you will have to learn to get along. For those that are truly in need, like I was, you are grateful for anything you are given, even if you have to sleep above a woman grinding her teeth. I am thankful. I now live in a big house and have a college degree.

  • Reply User   2019-05-03 13:37:36

    Well I just got on the waiting list...fingers crossed it's not long... Does anyone know how long the typical wait is??? I had to leave my ex, I was in a really bad situation with a lot of bad stuff going down where I was staying, so I moved out to the only place I could at the time, which is this awful "efficiency" that is one step above being condemned. But now my tax return money is gone, and my 10$/hr job cant pay for my rent, car payment, insurance, phone bill, gas, diapers, etc.... so I have about a week before I'm literally homeless! But I have a job, and a plan! I want to get my real estate license while still working, so that I can move into a career and not just an hourly "job"... I just need a place to live until then! A roof over my head and for my 2 year old and 5 year old..... REALLY hope to hear from them soon!!!!!!!!

  • Reply User   2019-09-14 17:36:51

    I’m currently looking for a place to stay with me and my child how do I get on this wait list

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