IDignity Osceola is present at Hope Partnership’s Hope Care Days every other Monday from 10 am to 12 pm. Please call to schedule an appointment for an intake interview or follow-up appointment.  If you are in need of a Florida ID, IDignity Osceola may meet with you to determine your eligibility for identification and provide assistance when possible. 
IDignity Osceola now holds client care day events to provide limited services, every other Monday. Please call to schedule an appointment for an intake interview or follow-up appointment.
If you are interested in becoming a new client, are an existing client and need to pick up your documents, or want an update on your case, please contact 321-430-7541 and leave a message. You will receive a callback.
Interviews by phone are strongly recommended due to limited time and availability during events.
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IDignity Osceola will host its next client services event on Friday, April 27, 2018. The event will be held at First Christian Church, 415 North Main Street, Kissimmee. Event parking is available in the lot at the intersection of Church Street and Brack Street.

Date:           Friday, April 27, 2018

Location:   First Christian Church, 415 North Main Street, Kissimmee, FL 34744

  • Event parking available in the lot at the intersection of Church St. and Brack St.

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Client Services/Reservations

Clients who need Florida Identification/Drivers License or other identification documents should make an appointment via their case manager at our approved partner organizations. Those who don’t have a case manager can call the Community Hope Center at 321-677-0245 to become a client, be assigned a case manager, and get a reservation.

  • Clients will be admitted between 9 AM and 1 PM based on reservations made through case managers of approved agencies.
  • A reservation is NOT an appointment and does not guarantee a client will be seen at any given time. Reservations only ensure that a client will be admitted to the event.

Florida Identification Requirements

To obtain or replace Florida ID, FLORIDA LAW requires the following proofs:

  • If you’ve provided these proofs since January 2010, they may not have to be submitted again

Proof of Identity  (one of the following)

  • If born in U.S., an original certified birth certificate from Vital Statistics with raised seal; or
  • A valid U.S. passport, permanent resident card or immigration documents.
  • Any change in name will require a marriage, divorce or other legal documentation

Proof of Social Security Number (one of the following)

  • Social Security card
  • Medicare Card
  • Tax form (W-2 or 1099) or job payment stub

Proof of Residency  (at least one of the following)

  • Mail, lease, or bill within the last three months with your name and address on it;
  • Letter from a shelter or housing program stating you are a current resident; or
  • Certification of Address form from person allowing you to live with them, along with their proof of residency.

The name must match on all proofs  Any difference will require additional documentation.

If applicable Proof of enrollment in the DCF Access Florida Benefits Program (aka “SNAP” or “Food Stamps), such as a DCF Access card or award letter/printout.

IDignity will try to assist in obtaining missing proofs. This process may require you to attend multiple events and it does not always work. Obtaining missing documents is subject to the requirements of the agencies who issue/maintain them, and the process may take several weeks to several months.



Please visit and complete the registration form. Volunteers are asked to serve from 7 AM to 4 PM. 

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April 27, 2018