Located at Maxwell Terrace Apartments, this housing program provides a stable environment to former chronically homeless, disabled individuals.
To live here, a potential resident needs a referral from the Homeless Services Network Coordinated Entry System. Residents do not need a source of income.
Residents who participate in the Restore program have their own room and bathroom. There is a communal kitchen and laundry room on site. Restore program staff host events and programs for residents to help them grow and give them a sense of community.
Programs For Residents Include:
- Basics of Finance
- Arts and Crafts
- Get Healthy classes
- Movie Day
- Visits to community parks
- Shopping trips to Walmart
- Spring and Fall picnic
Services For Residents
- Case management
- Budgeting advice and goal setting
- Access to mental health and addiction programs
- Nurse case management
- Economic opportunities
- Food assistance and laundry assistance.
Success Story: Restore Program
Our Restore Program helps people like Mark. Mark grew up in a rough and toxic environment. After working in a restaurant that went out of business, he spent 13 years homeless on the streets.
In 2015, Joel and Brad from the HOPE Team (Health Care Center for the Homeless) approached him. By this time, Mark had been diagnosed with cancer, diabetes and a degenerative disk in his back.
“Joel told me about the Restore Program. I told him, ‘No, you’re insane! That program can’t exist,” Mark said. But when he learned more about it, he applied and became a resident of the Restore Program.
“When you go in, you have the basics. You get a sense of security and safety. You’ve got four walls, a door and a lock. You can’t buy that with money,” he said. “A sense of security is invaluable.”
Maxwell Terrace Apartments
3200 W Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32808
(407) 521-6335 Ext. 130