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Bright Future Behavioral Health

*Behavioral health counselor located in Tallahassee that offers counseling for adolescents (14-17) and adults for stress, anxiety, and depression, as well as parenting skills *Offers tele-health counseling and community based counseling, where the counselor will meet you at your house or a quiet park *Offers "Second Chance Employment Program", a 90-day program where ex-offenders receive job coaching and job readiness training, supported by the Bright Futures Bargain Store, located at 3839 N Monroe St, Ste 4, Tallahassee, 32303 *Offers case management with community resources, assists in Medicaid and food stamp applications, and applying for Social Security benefits

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, General Counseling Services, Medicare

1910 Buford Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 792-7795

CareerSource, Capital Region, Gadsden County

*Access to employment-related services in one central location and matching qualified participants with appropriate job opportunities, based on skills and other circumstances *Center maintains lists of job openings *Dept of Economic Opportunity: job search and assistance, resume writing classes, employability skills classes, two-year training scholarships *Welfare Transition: case management services, employment classes, job training and placement, financial assistance for employment-related transportation and child care *Veteran services *SNAP E&T(food assistance), Temporary cash assistance (TCA, TANF), Medicaid for health care (call for days and times) *Migrant fand seasonal farm worker program *Services for youth 16+: test preparation guide, college requirements, financial resources *Unemployment claims process: www.

Services: Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, Job Finding Assistance, Veteran Employment Programs, Youth Employment Programs

1140 W Clark St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-4040

CareerSource, Capital Region, Leon County

*Access to employment-related services in one central location and matching qualified participants with appropriate job opportunities, based on skills and other circumstances *Center maintains list of job openings *Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act Program: job search and assistance, resume writing classes, employability skills classes, two-year training scholarships *Ex-offender employment program *Welfare Transition: case management services, employment classes, job training and placement, financial assistance for employment-related transportation and child care *Assistance with unemployment compensation, veteran's services *Services for youth 16+: test preparation guide, college requirements, financial resources *Businesses offered incentives to hire clients who have been referred

Services: Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, Job Finding Assistance, Veteran Employment Programs, Youth Employment Programs

2601 Blairstone Rd, Bldg C, Ste 200

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 922-0023

CareerSource, North Florida

COVID-19 Update, 7/10/2020: Offices are open, masks are required at all time, limited capacity for social distancing **Unites various employment, training and support services and agencies to assist residents of Madison, Jefferson, Taylor, Suwannee, Hamilton and Lafayette Counties find jobs and assist businesses to obtain employees *Access to employment services and DCF Access Florida computer application process in one central location in Madison County *Center improves employment skills through job aptitude and interest assessment, resume writing and interviewing skills, computer access *Employment information and help regarding job openings and other related services *Unemployment claims process: www.

Services: Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, Food Stamps/SNAP, Job Finding Assistance, Medicaid, TANF, Unemployment Insurance

705 E Base St

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 973-9675

CARE-Tallahassee

*Transitional home primarily for male sex offenders returning from prison; also homeless men in need of help if space is available; must agree to Christian Biblical studies, community rules, and attendance at required meetings/chapels *Residents on probation or parole must be from the 2nd Circuit only *Residents pay monthly program fees or participate as a volunteer working in the program ministry *Offer jobs in lawn care services

Services: Charities/Grantmaking Organizations, Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, Transitional Housing/Shelter

1224 Eppes Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 320-0281

City Walk Urban Mission, Men's Re-entry Transitional Housing

*Transitional housing in a Christian setting for male offenders (including registered citizens) to help make the transition from incarceration back into the community *Confidential locations in Wakulla and Leon Counties *Applicants may come from social workers at jails, agency referrals; about to be released or recently incarcerated men may request an application via email Emily@citywalkmission.

Services: Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, Transitional Housing/Shelter

(850) 528-3909

Florida Institutional Legal Services

*Program is one division of Florida Legal Services *Provides free civil legal services to prisoners, jail inmates, incarcerated juveniles, immigrants held in detention and individuals in indefinite civil detention or commitment *Services provided on civil cases only, not criminal *Provides free legal services to formerly incarcerated individuals re-entering into society to help end cycle of recidivism *May contact by phone and leave a message, however due to high call volume, many calls may not be returned *Best to contact by mail at 14260 West Newberry Road, #142, Newberry, FL 32669 *May also request a general information packet *Publishes the Florida Manual for Incarcerated Parents to clarify rights and responsibilities as parents and the Re-Entry Information Packet for persons leaving incarceration.

Services: Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, General Legal Aid, Inmate Support Services

14260 W Newberry Rd, # 412

Newberry, FL 32669

(407) 801-4350

Florida Justice Institute

*State-wide non-profit public interest law firm advocating for civil rights issues *Corrections: deliberate indifference to medical or mental health needs, excessive force, wrongful death, conditions of confinement, censorship, medical malpractice *Prisoner Reentry Project: education to restore civil rights after release *Disabilities: advocacy for access available to all venues and fight against discrimination *Housing discrimination *Important civil rights or civil liberties issues that may impact a large number of people *Best to contact via website, but may call if internet access is not available

Services: Advocacy, Disability Rights Groups, Discrimination Assistance, Ex-Offender Reentry Programs

100 SE Second St, Ste 3750

Miami, FL 33131

(305) 358-2081

Good Samaritan Network, Chelsea House

*Faith-based transitional housing for women which supports 8 women at any given time but is always accepting applications *Single women with children also accepted *Includes women being released from prison, also victims of human trafficking *Provides job-readiness training, job placement services and referrals to other support services on an "as needed" basis *Physical, emotional and spiritual support while women work toward self-sufficiency and readiness for independent living *This is NOT an emergency shelter

Services: Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, Transitional Housing/Shelter

PO Box 10547

Tallahassee, FL 32302

(850) 297-1113

Hope House Rescue Mission

COVID-19 update - no changes, day to day operations still the same *Program is Not a homeless shelter and not to be confused with HOPE Community which is a family emergency shelter *Hope House is transitional housing for up to 10 men while preparing clients to obtain employment or education and to return to productive living *Priority is men recently released from incarceration, but will accept other homeless men occasionally on a case by case basis if there is a vacancy *Provides meals, showers, clean clothes *Church attendance encouraged *In-house bible-based study required *Length of stay can be up to 6 months on a case by case basis *Fees: $75 security deposit, then $75 per week; the security deposit is waived for men recently released from incarceration

Services: Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, Transitional Housing/Shelter

2230 West Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 504-0161

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