Homeless Housing 

Become a Resident 

Pathlight HOME proudly houses more than 600 formerly homeless men and women in our affordable efficiency units at our two apartment facilities.

 

Prospective residents for our Safe Haven, Restore, and Homes for New Beginnings programs have no income or extremely low income. To qualify for a non-program unit, you must have income. This can be low-income or very low-income.  

What Programs Are There?

Safe Haven

Serves chronically homeless, disabled adults who have been referred through the Homeless Services Network Coordinated Entry System. Income not required. 

Restore 

Serves chronically homeless, disabled adults who have been referred through the Homeless Services Network Coordinated Entry System. Income not required. 

Homes for New Beginnings

Serves homeless adults who have a disability. Rent will not exceed 30% of a resident’s monthly income. 

How to Apply for Residency at Pathlight HOME

If you're applying for one of our programs, you'll need a referral from the Homeless Services Network of Central Florida. Please visit the hubs below where you can register for a possible Referral:

Orange County HUB
Fridays: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Located behind Christian Service Center
816 W. Central Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32805

Orange County HUB
Fridays: 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm
United Against Poverty, Suite A
150 W. Michigan Street
Orlando, FL 32806

Seminole County HUB
Mondays: 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Northland Church  (Care Center)
530 Dog Track Road
Longwood, FL 32751

Osceola County HUB
Tuesdays: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Community Hope Center
2198 Four Winds Blvd.
Kissimmee, FL 34746

How to Apply In Person

If you would like to apply for housing outside of our programs for chronically homeless men and women, you will need to pick up an application from our main lobby at either location (Maxwell Garden or Maxwell Terrace) or print out the application. Our apartments have a maximum capacity of two persons.  

 

Applications must be submitted in person.  We cannot accept emailed or faxed applications.    

 

There is a $25 application fee per adult. Potential residents must meet income restrictions and provide proof of homelessness to apply. Restrictions are subject to change. 

Paperwork Needed 

Along with the application, below is a list of paperwork you may need to bring with you to apply for housing.

This can be a letter from a shelter, family member, friend, case manager or a personal written statement. 

  • Each potential resident must have ID. 
  • Types of ID accepted: Social Security Card, ID or Driver’s License. Birth certificate only accepted for children.  
  • Social Security letters must be current and dated within 90 days.
  • Employer’s phone number, fax number, and address.
  • Six weeks of most recent pay stubs. If no pay stubs are available, employer contact information suffices. 
  • If you collect income from other sources, please bring the most recent paperwork.
  • Must have proof of all assets. 
  • Direct Express, Check Card or Pay Card (as bank account) bring balance inquiry from ATM as proof of deposit. *we cannot accept a withdrawal slip, only a balance inquiry.
  • Checking account statements (most recent 6 months).
  • Savings account statements (most recent statement – 1 only).