Former Firehouse Becomes Center of Hope for Family Promise of Brevard
A decommissioned firehouse in Cocoa has been given new life, and in turn is teeming with hope as the new hub for Family Promise of Brevard. The organization helps thousands of families on the brink of homelessness and partners with other community organizations to holistically address the issues facing struggling families.
Photos by Jason Hook.
The classroom at center of the Firehouse will focus on elevating residents to a living wage
Staff outside the newly renovated Firehouse.
Staff on the playground in the firehouse-themed play area for families with children.
Board Members Eric and Karen Ruoff watch as their daughter plays on the playground.
The kitchen is an active place as part of the Shelter Program in the Firehouse.
Jeremy Lindquist, Sky Peak Financial, and Tara Pagliarini, Family Promise of Brevard
Eric and Karen Ruoff, Board Members for Family Promise of Brevard, believe in families helping families.
Eric and Karen Ruoff are pictured on the firehouse-themed playground at the recently opened new location for Family Promise of Brevard in Cocoa.
Play is such an important part of children’s health and wellness, especially during times of crisis.
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