Over 600 people helped so far at Orlando Family Assistance Center


At the City of Orlando’s Family Assistance Center, over 600 people affected by the Pulse nightclub murders have been helped so far.

According to a news release, the Family Assistance Center will continue operating at the Camping World Stadium Monday through Wednesday this week. Touted as a “supportive, inclusive and safe environment for everyone,” the center helps those affected with things like travel, lodging, funeral services, child care and counseling.

This week, CareerSource Central Florida will be on-site to help victims and family members determine eligibility, apply for and receive unemployment benefits.

A press release urges those affected to call 407-246-HELP or visit the city’s website at cityoforlando.net/familyassistancecenter for more information.

The Camping World Stadium, formerly known as the Orlando Citrus Bowl, is located at 1610 W. Church St. It will be open from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday through Wednesday this week.

Larry Griffin


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