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​​DCF COVID-19 Emergency Solutions Grant CV Funding Goals for Volusia and Flagler Counties 

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If you run into any issues please contact us so that we may be able to address the issues.

Link to American Foundation for the Blind list of various screen readers

VFCCH Outreach Office 

386-236-9710

By appointment only

Resources ​

Link to NV Access dot org for free download of NVDA screen reader

Volusia County Human Services 

West Volusia - 386-736-5956
Daytona Beach - 386-254-4675  
New Smyrna Beach - 386-423-3309  
Orange City - 386-775-5204

Link to Volusia County Website

In need of housing services due to COVID-19? 

Link to US Department of Housing and Urban Development

COVID-19 Information and Resources 

Link to Florida Department of Children and Families

Local Health Departments 

Flagler Cares 

​​386-319-9483


The FL-504 Continuum of Care (CoC) is using the DCF COVID-19 ESG-CV funding for both short term and long-term goals. 

  • Short term goals include:  assisting COVID-19 impacted individuals and families with immediate housing solutions, strengthening housing-focused practices, and increasing its capacity of Street Outreach and Housing Search and Placement as applicable to ESG-CV funding and our areas demographics as described in this section.  The CoC plans on weaving together all ESG-CV components to implement an Intensive Rapid Re-housing program similar to the one the local Salvation Army used in 2015 which led to the FL-504 CoC being the only CoC in the state of Florida to end veteran homelessness by HUD’s goal of 2015 as vetted by USICH.


  • Long term goals include: strengthening the delivery of Coordinated Entry and prioritization process,  building capacity by increasing  Street Outreach and Housing Search and Placement within the scope of ESG-CV and other CARES ACT funding, and incorporating CDC guidelines for safe and effective practices for implementation of services into all levels of engagement for our CoC.