This database is not intended to provide information on how to access services. For information on agencies providing services to people who are homeless,
visit the Human Services homepage or call 211 for the United Way's Information and Referral Service.
Lee's Investment For Everyone (L.I.F.E.)
Ten-Year Plan To End Homelessness
The adoption of the Ten-Year Plan could not have come at a better time. The current economic climate coupled with the crash of the housing market exacerbated the crisis of homelessness.
Eight sub-committees developed goals and objectives for Lee's Investment For Everyone
(L.I.F.E.): Ten-Year Plan To End Homelessness. The community Human Service Council provides oversight of the Ten-Year Plan and receives regular updates. Many community groups are involved in the implementation of the Plan and are working to accomplish the goals set forth.
Organizations working to alleviate homelessness are encouraged to enter accomplishments on a regular basis.
An online database was created to capture the accomplishments related to the Ten-Year Plan To End Homelessness in Lee County and to share this information publicly to prevent duplication of efforts, improve collaborations, and improve outcomes for people who are in need of services.
Database Information and Instructions
The Lee County Department of Human Services is the administrator for this database and has the ability to accept, reject, or edit information posted.
We strongly recommend assigning one specific person to enter the accomplishments for your agency or organization.
The following link contains the detailed instructions to register and use this database. The database is very user friendly, easy to access and enter accomplishments:
Ten-Year Plan Database Instructions
If you have any problem registering or entering information into the database, please contact Jeannie Sutton at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 239-533-7958.