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Social Security Administration, Ticket to Work Program

*Free training, job referrals and other services to help find employment for persons receiving SSDI or SSI benefits and want to work *Call or apply on-line at http://www.

Services: Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs, SSI

61 Forsyth St SW, Ste 23T29

Atlanta, GA 30303

(866) 968-7842

StayWell/WellCare

*Managed Medical Assistance (MMA) plan serving Medicaid recipients in the Big Bend; also known as a Medicaid HMO *Gives referrals to persons on the MMA plan for primary care medical services along with vision, behavioral/mental health, medications, some dental and physical therapy, and other specialty health services including prenatal care

Services: Health Care Referrals, Medicaid

PO Box 31370

Tampa, FL 33631

(866) 334-7927

Strategic Nonprofit Alliance Partnership (SNAP)

*COVID19 Update 07/17/2020 - All contact through phone or video, meetings are virtual until further notice *For nonprofit organizations to help them manage more effectively by offering information, resources, and training to staff and volunteers *Meetings and training seminars offer speakers who address topics such as insurance, fundraising, employment law, employee benefits, grant-writing, financial management, and more *Open forum to share ideas, learn from others and build relationships *Office and organization are run from James Moore & Co

Services: Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups, Professional Skills Development Support

2477 Tim Gamble Pl, Ste 200

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 386-6184

Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc

6/15/20: COVID 19 UPDATE: CURRENTLY AGENCY HAS FUNDS AT THIS TIME STAFF ARE WORKING REMOTELY, BUT PERSONS MAY CALL THE LIVE OAK HEADQUARTERS OFFICE AT 386-362-4115, EXT.

Services: Job Finding Assistance, Specialized Information and Referral, Utility Service Payment Assistance, Weatherization Programs

1171 Nobles Ferry Rd

Live Oak, FL 32064

(386) 362-4115

Tallahassee, City Human Resources, Applicant Services

*Posts job openings with City of Tallahassee and screens eligibility of applicants for positions *Individuals may view job vacancies by coming in or on-line or on Comcast channel 13 *Computers available at City Hall if needed, staff can assist anyone needing computer help 10am-4:30pm *Applications are required to be completed on-line, unless specifically noted; the latter may be personally delivered, mailed or faxed meeting dated deadlines; email applications will not be accepted

Services: Job Finding Assistance

300 S Adams St, City Hall

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 891-8214

Tallahassee, City of, TEMPO

*Services for disconnected youth, ages 16-24, who are not in school and may or may not be employed, depending on employment circumstances *Path to essential services, vocational education opportunities, short-term apprenticeships with local organizations, and workforce training through job placement *Participants referred to The CareerSource Dynamics Future Program (CSCR) for screening and assessment for GED examination; assigned to a CSCR specialist and complete a five-week course until exam administration *If a participant already has a diploma or GED, a CSCR specialist will assist with job training and placement *Proactive crime prevention initiative which connects with at-risk youth and addresses underlying issues *Bi-weekly life coaching and mentoring *Employment partnerships in retail, hospitality, education, government, info technology, healthcare, and manufacturing *While in the program, a partipant will be dismissed for an arrest or if on probation, a violation

Services: Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Job Finding Assistance, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Mentoring Programs, Vocational Education

City Hall, 300 S Adams St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 891-8722

Tallahassee Urban League, Inc

*COVID 19 update 06/30/2020 - Office closed, serving clients by phone and online, working with Second Harvest to create an in-house food pantry at the Urban League Offices *Urban Youth Employment Program offers hands-on work experience and access to employers, GED instruction, work and life skills training, additional education and personal development, financial literacy training *Nulites Club provides guidance for youth toward educational programs, community involvement and service, self-esteem building, and leadership training for young people, ages 10-18 *Crime prevention: behavior modification for first time juvenile offenders; gang awareness education; Black on Black Crime Prevention *Housing: major home repairs for homeowners in Leon County (generally repairs that bring the housing up to code standards); counseling on finding low-cost permanent housing; workshops on home buying *Victim and witness advocacy: information on criminal justice system, victim's rights, grief/bereavement counseling and accompaniment services/transportation of victim or witness to court if needed

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Crime Victim Support, Employment Preparation, Home Rehabilitation Programs, Housing Search Assistance, Job Finding Assistance, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Mentoring Programs, Tutoring Services, Youth Enrichment Programs

923 Old Bainbridge Rd

Ernest Ferrell Building

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 222-6111

Taylor County Recovery Center, Inc.

*DCF licensed out-patient substance abuse treatment program for ages 13 and over including adults; individual and group counseling, substance abuse education, treatment planning and review, discharge planning, relapse prevention, probation reporting *Other DCF licensed classes open to anyone in the community: parenting classes, dealing with trauma, co-dependency, employability skills training, money management, HIV/AIDS education, domestic violence, batterer's intervention, anger management, conflict resolution, Drivers' License Assistance Classes for Driving while License Suspended/Revoked (DWLS/R) *Can be self-referred or ordered by the court system for any services offered *DCF ACCESS Community Partner Site: anyone may make an appointment to go there to apply for Medicaid, Food Stamps/SNAP and/or TANF

Services: AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, Anger Management, Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Employment Preparation, Food Stamps/SNAP, Medicaid, Parenting Skills Classes, Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling, TANF

115-A E Drew St

Perry, FL 32347

(850) 584-2772

TCC, Gadsden Center

*Adult education, GED/ESOL classes, non-credit courses, community workshops, training in a variety of industries, and career counseling *Academic advising, financial aid/scholarships, help securing vocational rehabilitation job opportunities, career services and other *Anyone from surrounding counties may participate in classes and activities

Services: Adult Basic Education, Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs, Continuing Education, Employment Preparation, English as a Second Language, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Job Finding Assistance

223 Pat Thomas Pkwy

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 558-3620

TCC, Spark (Entrepreneurship)

*TCC Spark focuses on helping entrepreneurs gain the skills and connections needed to start a business *Program is for students and community members who want to explore a business idea, start a business for the first time, or grow and expand *Series of entrepreneurial workshops are held monthly at TCC campus *Workshop topics include new product/service development, target marketing, competition strategies, sales forecasting, expenses and financial statements *Each workshop costs $10 plus some additional fees *The Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program partners with TCC Spark to provide active duty service members and veterans with the skills to open and operate their own business; program is offered twice a year and will include mentorship and networking opportunities for veterans and those in active duty service membership interested in entrepreneurship *Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce offers scholarship programs to citizens in a five-county area; apply http://www.

Services: Business Development, Employment Preparation, Veteran Benefits Assistance

444 Appleyard Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 201-8760

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