IMO Cares

As we continue to navigate through the pandemic, here are a collection of resources available in our community.
COVID-19 Attendance Guide for Families

Staying home when you are sick is one of our best ways to fight COVID-19. Keeping sick children and children who are exposed to COVID-19 away from others helps stop the spread of the virus to other children, staff, and the surrounding community. Parents and guardians can use this guide to understand when their child can attend school during COVID-19.

Social Work Stuff

IMO Student Services and Social Workers Barbra and Matt have created a new weekly newsletter 'Social Work Stuff'. Click HERE to read

Reopening Florida Schools

Reopening Florida’s Schools and the CARES Act Click HERE to read

How to Make a Mask

Here are two DIY patterns for making masks at home. Thank you Cyndi Maners for the patterns!

CLICK HERE for Basic Mask Pattern

CLICK HERE for Mask with Filter Pocket Pattern

Food Pantry Resources

Love Pantry

The Love Pantry strives to alleviate childhood hunger and food insecurity in Central Florida, as well as remove hunger as a barrier to learning. Click HERE for Website

United Against Poverty Orlando

Our mission is to serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers. Click HERE for Website

Christian Service Center

Daily Bread was established in 1975 with the goal that no person in Central Florida struggle with hunger. Through Daily Bread, anyone who is hungry can eat for free, no questions asked. Daily Bread provides a nourishing noontime meal for families and individuals who are hungry six days a week at no cost to the consumer. Click HERE for Website

There are multiple smaller food pantry sites located across Orange County. Each site distributes based on food availability and volunteers. Click HERE to find additional food pantries

Emotional and Mental Health Resources

National Hotlines and Resources

Free Telephone Counseling Hotlines in the United States Click HERE for website

Mobile Crisis Response Unit

A Mobile Crisis Response Unit has been established for Orange County students. That number is (407) 720-0281. In the event of any emergency where a person’s physical well-being is at risk for any reason, 911 is the number to call as first responders can respond immediately

Orange County Government

Home of Orange County Government Click HERE for website

Florida Health Department

Home of Florida Health Department Click HERE for website

Coronavirus COVID-19

Website for the Federal Government on COVID-19 Click HERE for website