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Turn About, Professional Training and Community Presentations

*Free community presentations and professional training to schools, churches, community centers, health care professionals, parent groups, youth groups, and any organization interested in adolescent substance abuse and/or violence prevention *Workshops specifically tailored to needs of participants *Training topics: Substance Use and the Adolescent; Violence Prevention and Intervention; Signs and Symptoms of Use; Drugs 101: What Everyone Needs to Know about Teen Drug Use; and Violence Prevention 101: What Everyone Needs to Know about Teen Violence

Services: Substance Use Disorder Education/Prevention, Workshops/Symposiums

1344 Cross Creek Circle

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 671-1920

United Ostomy Associations of America

*National organization offering mutual aid and support by people who have learned to live with intestinal or urinary diversions *Helpline answered by trained volunteers providing information for people who have, or will have intestinal or urinary diversions and their caregivers *In many cities, members visit ostomy patients in hospitals and at home upon request and with consent of the patient's physician to supplement work of medical professionals *Virtual support groups available; call or visit website for more information

Services: Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Information Services

PO Box 525

Kennebunk, ME 04043

(800) 826-0826

United Way of West Florida 211

*Provides 24/7 comprehensive information and referrals to area human service agencies via a call center and web site *Covers eight county area: Escambia, Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Santa Rosa, and Washington Counties *Callers in these counties should dial 2-1-1 and they will be connected to United Way 2-1-1 *If a caller needs a 10-digit number, give the appropriate number or the toll-free number, but these will only work if the caller is in one of the eight counties

Services: 211 Systems, Comprehensive Information and Referral

1301 W Government St

Pensacola, FL 32502


US Army Human Resources Hotline

*Information, resources and referrals related to family issues: finances, child support and family readiness for use by family members of soldiers on active duty, those in the Army National Guard or Army Reserves, or retired military and their families *Not able to answer questions about casualties, wounded soldiers, or missing in action but will forward calls

Services: Military Family Service/Support Centers, Specialized Information and Referral

Confidential Location

(888) 276-9472

US Dept of Labor, Contact Center

*Nationwide toll-free information and referral service for customers with questions about employment, unemployment, wages, workplace safety and health, pension and health benefits, workplace injuries, and other general DOL related inquiries *Center will refer any specific inquiry from the public to appropriate DOL office *Check FAQ answers before calling, if possible

Services: Government Information Services, Labor Standards and Practices

200 Constitution Ave, NW

Frances Perkins Bldg

Washington, DC 20210

(866) 487-2365

USVA, Tallahassee Clinic, Healthcare for Homeless Veterans

*Identifies and assists homeless veterans (only honorable discharged veterans) and their families with ongoing supportive follow-up, information and referral services, help with accessing VA health care, emergency food *Veteran must apply (not a family member); veteran must be registered with the VA *Provides shelters, transitional housing, and supportive permanent housing throughout Big Bend area, surrounding counties, and South Georgia

Services: Homeless Shelter, Specialized Information and Referral, Transitional Housing/Shelter, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran Homes

2181 E Orange Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(352) 339-5593

Veterans Crisis Line

*National Veterans Crisis Line is a part of the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline *Veterans or current service members who follow the prompt to press 1 after dialing the number are transferred to the Veterans Crisis Line *Veterans Crisis Line provides suicide and crisis counseling, as well as information and referrals on multiple issues and programs related to veterans, current service members and their families *Veterans who do Not press 1 reach the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline which routes the call to the nearest crisis hotline or center in the national network of more than 160 crisis centers *Persons also have the option of a confidential live veterans chat via the website or by texting to 838255

Services: Specialized Information and Referral, Suicide Prevention Hotlines, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran Reintegration Counseling

Confidential Location

New York, NY 10004


Wakulla County Public Library

*Standard library services, multimedia books, DVD's, large print books, computer/internet access, meeting spaces *Informative classes on many subjects, plus Yoga, crafts, quilting *Children's activities, information on how to help children learn to read *Free computer courses, other educational resources to include, online classes for adult high school diploma

Services: Computer Literacy Training Programs, Library Services

4330 Crawfordville Hwy

Crawfordville, FL 32326

(850) 926-7415

Whole Child, Jefferson, Taylor, and Madison

*Program focuses on the six dimensions of children's well-being: Physical and Mental Health, Quality Early Education and Development, Social-Emotional Development, Spiritual Foundation and Strength, Safe and Nurturing Environment, Economic Stability *Web-based listing of community programs serving young children and families; parents/guardians may access information by calling health department *Advisor available to assist parents or guardians fill out on-line profile of child (up to 5 years of age) through the "Connect" process noting his/her needs *Program lists resources; system matches child/family to community services; upon request by parent or guardian, profile forwarded to selected agencies dealing with needs indicated *Agency contacts parents who decide how to move forward in getting help

Services: Child Advocacy Centers, Health Care Referrals, Pediatric Developmental Assessment, Specialized Information and Referral

1476 SW Main Street

Greenville, FL 32331

(850) 253-5355

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