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The Orlando United Assistance Center is a place offering support, resources and hope for those impacted by the Pulse tragedy. The OUAC connects individuals and families with community resources to assist with healing. Collaborating investors include the City of Orlando, Orange County Government, Osceola County Government, Central Florida Foundation and Heart of Florida United Way.

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OUAC Services

Following the tragedy on June 12, 2016, the Orlando United Assistance Center (OUAC) was established on July 11, 2016 to meet the needs of individuals impacted by the Pulse tragedy. Conveniently located near Downtown Orlando, OUAC is a place offering services and support to aid in the physical and emotional healing of those who were present at Pulse on June 12, survivors and immediate family members of those lost.

The Orlando United Assistance Center (OUAC) does not discriminate against program participants and/ or beneficiaries on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, and gender identity in its delivery of services.

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Orlando United Assistance Center intake form

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