The Community Hope Center’s IDignity Osceola Program recently served 132 individuals (125 Adults and 7 Children) at Kissimmee Christian Church.
IDignity Osceola was created to assist the disadvantaged in Central Florida to navigate the complexities of obtaining their personal identification, such as Birth Certificates, Florida ID cards and Social Security cards. In order to implement this program, it requires the assistance of dedicated volunteers and the professional staff of various agencies in order to fulfill the critical mission of restoring dignity and hope by providing identification.
The following services were provided to individuals on April 26: 78 ID/License services, 29 Birth Certificate services, 37 Social Security services and 37 Ancillary services.
IDignity Osceola’s purpose is to empower the community and cultivate a more inclusive, productive and secure society.
For more information visit the Community Hope Center’s website at www.hope192.com.