• Our Mission is to help low- and moderate-income renters and homeowners increase housing stability.
  • Provide Rental preservation to Homeownership.
  • Provide financial Education and Homeowner workshops

Live The DREAM  (Home ownership)

180 Cares HIP creates housing and economic security for low- and moderate-income households and provides services that improve the quality of life in the communities we serve. 

Prospective homebuyers will receive financial counseling and ownership education in addition to expert guidance throughout each phase of the process.


Upcoming Events 

Homebuyer Education - November  13, 2021 at 8:45 AM - 3:00 PM ET • Registration  (Open October 1, 2021)

The  New Life Church at Jacksonville 

8247 Ramona Blvd 

Jacksonville, Florida 32221

Homebuyer Education - 2 Day - December  10, 2021 at 6:00 PM - December 11, 2021 at 11 AM ET •  (Open November) 1, 2021)

Midtown Office Park

4040 Woodcock Drive Bldg,  2200   

Suite 126

Jacksonville, Florida 32207

Description: Reach for Your Dreams Free Homebuyer Class! Are you thinking about buying a home, but not sure where to start, or if you're ready financially? 180 Cares' free First-time Homebuyer Class can help. You'll learn the entire homebuying process from start to finish, and how to stay on track as a responsible homeowner.


Our Partnership and Affiliates:

Department of Housing and Urban Development 

Omega Construction

Hollybrook Homes Resident Association 

180 Investment and Development Group

The Core Network

GGG Community Build 

Florida Housing Finance 

Home Steps 


TIAA Bank 

We're Building Families and Communities

 FSS Support

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to build a strong alliance of churches, corporations, community leaders, and families in an effort to empower people in under served communities by providing programs and services that enable  them to overcome barriers and become productive members of society

Our Mission

Programs and activities are designed to promote healthy lifestyles through sports, fitness, and personal wellness. 


JACKSONVILLE, FL - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced today that Hollybrook Homes is Florida's first privately owned multifamily apartment building under Section 8 contract approved to offer Family Self-Sufficiency programs to the families living in the property.

Family Self Sufficiency (FSS) is a HUD program that provides incentives and supports to help families living in multifamily assisted housing to increase their earned income and reduce their dependence on public assistance programs. FSS promotes the development of local strategies to coordinate the use of HUD rental assistance programs with public and private resources, to enable eligible families to make progress toward economic independence and self-sufficiency.

"HUD welcomes Hollybrook Homes holistic approach to offer its residents opportunities and tools needed to become self-sufficient," said HUD Southeast Regional Administrator Denise Cleveland-Leggett. "As the first privately-owned project-based Section 8 multifamily property approved in Florida to offer services to connect residents to job training, childcare and other resources, we look forward to its successful journey and innovation to benefit the Jacksonville community."

Residents who choose to participate in HUD's FSS program will be paired with FSS coordinators who will guide them in developing self-sufficiency goals. They will also sign a five-year contract requiring the head of the household to obtain employment and for all family members to be free of public assistance for one year before the contract ends.

In addition, service providers will help participating residents to establish an interest-bearing escrow account. Deposits to this account occur when the family's rent increases because of higher earned income during the contract period. Upon graduation from the program, the family may use the escrow funds to build assets, such as a down payment on a home.

180 Cares is a IRS 501(C)(3) charitable organization whose focus is to identify and address the needs of under served communities by developing strong partnerships with other agencies  and through these partnerships  we meet the sports, health, fitness, education, career, recreation, character, housing, finance and social development needs of families. 

Programs and activities are designed to motivate both youth and adults to embrace education and obtain successful careers. 

Education and Career Development

Programs and activities are designed to promote social skills, introduce positive recreational activities and equip program  participants to be leaders in society while also embracing and celebrating who they are

We work with owners to develop a Family Self Sufficieny plan that will be approved by HUD. We also make availabe an affordable grant writing team. 

Sports, Health, Fitness Development

Recreational, Social, and Character Development