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Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc

*Utility payment assistance when funds are available *Weatherization and minor home repairs assistance *Employment assistance *Referrals to other agencies: emergency assistance with food, rent, and shelter *Services vary between counties

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 Urban League, Inc

*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/drug treatment program; individual and group counseling, substance abuse education, treatment planning and review, discharge planning, relapse prevention, probation reporting *Other services: parenting classes, dealing with trauma, co-dependency, employability skills training, money management, HIV/AIDS education, domestic violence, batterer's intervention (GAIN), anger management, conflict resolution *Can be self-referred or ordered by the criminal justice system *DCF ACCESS Community Partner Site: anyone may go there to apply for Medicaid, Food Stamps/SNAP and/or TANF; also accepts Medicaid *Offers 4, 8, and 12-hour Drivers' License Assistance Classes for Driving while License Suspended/Revoked (DWLS/R)

Services: AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, Anger Management, Employment Preparation, Food Stamps/SNAP, General Counseling Services, Medicaid, Parenting Skills Classes, Records/Licenses/Permits, Substance Use Disorder 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

United Partners for Human Services

*Coalition of non-profit human service agencies and supportive partners working together to improve the human services delivery system in the Big Bend Area *Eligible organizations must be a 501(c)(3) organization and directly provide health or human services *Affiliated agencies may offer other than direct services or be out of the area *Supportive members may be for-profits or individuals *UPHS provides a unified voice for human service agencies in the community with a membership of over 75 agencies, associations and companies *Members meet several times each year to discuss important issues facing not-for-profits and human service providers

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

2477 Tim Gamble PL, Ste 200

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 942-2569

US Dept of Labor, Job Corps

*Offers tuition-free training and other career development services to at-risk young women and men, ages 16 to 24, meeting criteria to prepare them for successful careers *Career development training integrates academic, vocational, employability skills and social competencies through a combination of classroom and practical learning experiences *Job Corps centers are located nationwide, with five (5) locations in Florida; persons living in the Big Bend area should contact the Gainesville or Jacksonville center; actual work site location will depend on area of study

Services: Employment Preparation, Vocational Education

200 Constitution Ave, NW N4463

Washington, DC 20210

(800) 733-5627

USVA, Perry Community Based Outpatient Clinic

*Primary medical health care for veterans, including lab work *Psychiatry, mental health counseling, smoking cessation, diabetic and hypertension care and education *Patients currently going to VA clinic elsewhere can transfer to this clinic or continue to see current provider; transferring veterans will be worked in for appointments after newly enrolled veterans are seen *Veterans requiring hospitalization or some specialty services are transferred to either other local facilities, Lake City, or Gainesville *Veterans have access to clinics and education sessions via Telehealth *A weekly shuttle takes patients to Gainesville and Lakeland once per week

Services: Veteran/Military Health Insurance, Veteran Outpatient Clinics

1224 N Peacock Ave

Perry, FL 32347

(850) 223-8387

USVA, Tallahassee National Cemetery

*Provides space to accommodate burials and cremated remains for eligible members of the armed forces *Veterans must be discharged under conditions other than dishonorable *Military service beginning after September 7, 1980, as an enlisted person, and service after October 16, 1981, as an officer, must be for a minimum of 24 continuous months or the full period for which the person was called to active duty *Reservists and National Guard members see website for eligibility *Veteran's spouse, widow or widower, minor dependent children, and under certain conditions, adult children with disabilities that were diagnosed before the age of 18 may also be eligible for burial *Contact the National Cemetery Scheduling Office first to qualify and get referred to cemetery

Services: Burial/Cremation Expense Assistance, Veteran Burial Benefits

5015 Apalachee Pkwy

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(850) 402-8941

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