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Operation Check Out was created to assist individuals and families to recover from life events that have left them without shelter and resources to lead a positive life. As we assist and partner with other like-minded entities we hope to redirect persons to the abundant life Jesus promised.

We are here to provide resources, education, and training to redirect people to a higher purpose for living. We are ministers stepping out of conventional methods and going beyond the traditional paradigm to bring practical and spiritual help to those desiring it in the Four Corners area in Central Florida and beyond.

our program

Operation Check Out is primarily a housing program to assist homeless families in their transition to a permanent dwelling and stable living environment. Operation Check Out purchases and accepts donations of various types of properties in the Four Corners Florida area, enabling us to provide “affordable housing” for families living in tents, vehicles, hotel rooms, and all other uninhabitable spaces. Our program would financially assist for 3-9 months, in which families would receive case management in budgeting and financial planning, credit counseling, tutoring and if needed career development and counseling regarding psychological and social needs.

"For the needy shall not always be forgotten: the expectation of the poor shall not perish for ever." 
Psalm 9:18 KJV 
need of our program

According to the 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report, Florida has the third highest homeless population in the United States and more than 70,000 students are living in hotels, shelters, or uninhabitable spaces.

Shifting the paradigm. 
future goals

Our ultimate goal is to purchase land and single family homes in the four corners area to enable us to:

  1. Provide affordable housing for families while in our program

  2. To provide short term housing for special emergency cases


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"Never have I felt such love, compassion, and grace for the people I work with as I do now with the Homeless."  -PJ Flores- 

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