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Community Organizing Assistance and Community Help
The COACH Foundation at a glance
The COACH Foundation, Inc., is a private, not for profit community-based organization founded in 1981. COACH operates in economically depressed areas and helps to provide stable environments for growth.
Affordable Housing and improvements programs
Referral service for counseling first time homebuyers
Housing down payment and closing cost assistance
Prison Ministry and Post Release Ministry
Natural Health Seminars
Community Referral Services
COACH Faith Based Prison Ministry
COACH assists inmates and their families before, during and after their incarceration. Reverend Willie G. Dixon has been involved with the Abe Brown Prison Ministry (Prison Crusade Ministry) since 1979. Rev. Dixon travels weekly to the Zephyrhills Correctional Institution to teach a two-hour Bible Study Class. The purpose of the class is to bring about a mental and spiritual change in the lives of inmates and their families. This helps the inmates make a smooth transition into society and become productive citizens.
COACH Housing Program
OACH, in partnership with Housing and Community Development Department and Hillsborough County Affordable Housing Department , has helped over 250 families become first time homeowners, Other home ownership services provided by COACH refers home buyer for credit counseling before the future homeowner signs the contract, budgeting instruction, and homebuyers training (referral for HUD approved classes) before purchase and after closing and foreclosure prevention counseling.
Our various programs also include prison ministry, post release transition, nutritional seminars and community resource referrals.
*COACH Foundation, Inc. is not affiliated with any national organization.
COACH Section 8 Stabilization Program
COACH Foundation will work with section 8 rental recipients who holds section 8 certificates and who will become homeowners within ten (10) years, and have completed the home ownership program and are prepared to become immediate homeowners.
“Helping people to help themselves.”
Contact The Coach Foundation
813-442-7298 or 813-966-5844