Support Services

Listing of resources for persons experiencing homelessness and other hard times in Downtown Orlando. 

Please note, that many of these resources are non-profits and may not be able to staff their phone lines at all times.

Be prepared to leave a message with callback information.

Services at OCLS

 Second Harvest Food Distribution at local branches 

First come, first served. Until supplies last. Free non-perishable, shelf-stable food boxes for kids and families.

Tuesday, June 04th 10 am

 South Trail BranchHiawassee BranchFairview Shores Branch

Tuesday, June18th, 10 am

 South Trail BranchHiawassee BranchFairview Shores Branch

                     Free Shower

Clean the World’s mobile showers will provide service for customers who do not have access to clean water or bathrooms. Hygiene kits will be provided while supplies last.

Chickasaw Branch 

Monday, June 3rd,  10am

Monday, June 10th, 10am

Monday, June 17th, 10am

Monday, June 24th, 10am

OCLS resources guides that may be helpful

Home | The Right Service at the Right Time (

Online tool to find social services and government assistance throughout the state of Florida.

The Library Social Workers provide one-on-one assistance and referral for:

  • Career Skills Training
  • Counseling / Mental Health
  • Food / SNAP Benefits
  • Government Services
  • Healthcare / Marketplace
  • Immigration
  • Information on Housing
  • Reemployment Guidance


PDF Map of Downtown Orlando




The program provides a waiver for people who are experiencing homelessness to get a state identification card (waives a $25 state fee, but may still be responsible for a $6.25 fee).

10051 University Boulevard | Orlando, FL 32817 | (407) 434-0312

    425 N. Magnolia Ave.
    Orlando, FL 32801


Identification Service Days – By Appointment Only
(Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.)
425 N. Magnolia Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801

Florida Department of Health in Orange County (DOH-Orange)


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