Catholic Charities opens office for Orlando families and survivors

Catholic Charities of Central Florida is opening a temporary office at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Orlando to provide financial assistance, counseling and other help to survivors and family members of the Pulse nightclub shootings reports Kate Santich of the Orlando Sentinel. 

Office hours for the center are Monday through Friday, 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Survivors and family members of the victims are asked to call 386-341-3740 to request financial assistance. Case managers will available to assist them in both English and Spanish during office hours.

Catholic Charities has been running the Orlando Family Assistance Center at Camping World Stadium. They have said that the center will be open for at least two weeks, but that help will continue to be available.

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