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Capital City Youth Services, Safe Place Program

*Organizations displaying black and yellow "Safe Place" sign have staff who have received training to assist troubled youth or runaways *Staff are prepared to contact Capital City Youth Services or other organizations as needed and provide a safe place for children and adolescents to wait until other services can be arranged *Transportation to Capital City Youth Services shelter is available from any Safe Place site *If youth is a runaway, parents will be notified *Safe Place Sites in Leon County: Capital City Youth Services; Tallahassee Fire Departments (14 locations); Tallahassee Parks and Recreation Community Centers (6 locations); Tallahassee Police Department; Leon County Sheriff's Department; Star Metro Buses; The Florida State Capitol Building (The Capitol Police); Department of Juvenile Justice Headquarters; Department of Transportation; The Florida Network of Youth and Family Services; FDLE; Capital Health Plan and Starbucks (3 locations)

Services: Runaway/Youth Shelters

2407 Roberts Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-6000

Capital City Youth Services, Someplace Else Youth Shelter

*Safe short-term shelter for youth ages 10-17, includes domestic violence respite and probation respite *Time Out program that provides parents and children a cooling off period and an opportunity to address problems calmly *Encourages child and family to set and meet goals to be able to resolve family conflicts and live civilly together *Services are voluntary

Services: Family Preservation Programs, Runaway/Youth Shelters

2407 Roberts Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-6000

CAWSO, Cocaine Anonymous World Service Organization

*12-step support program concerned solely with personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual drug addicts *Call national referral line or visit web site for nearest meeting location and more information about program *Online meetings available through the website *Meeting times and days vary; none in Tallahassee at present; closest is in Pensacola (850) 512-8142; check website for information *The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substance (including alcohol and other drugs)

Services: Drug Use Disorder Support Groups, Substance Use Disorder Hotlines

21720 S Wilmington Ave, Ste 304

Long Beach, CA 90810

(310) 559-5833

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline

*Confidential child abuse hotline offers crisis counseling, information, literature, and referrals to emergency, social service, and support resources *Staffed by professional crisis counselors who can provide assistance in 170 languages through interpreters *Serves US, its territories, and Canada 24/7

Services: Child Abuse Counseling, Child Abuse Hotlines, Child Abuse Prevention

6730 N Scottsdale Rd, Ste 150

Scottsdale, AZ 85253

(800) 422-4453

Children's Home Society, NCD Tree House Shelter

*Program of the Children's Home Society that Big Bend Community-Based Care uses to place abused and/or neglected children, ages 2-11, referred by DCF *Provides food, clothing, health services, counseling and recreation in a safe family environment *Children must be referred by DCF; does not take self-referrals *Location is confidential

Services: Child Abuse Counseling, Child Abuse Prevention, Runaway/Youth Shelters

1801 Miccosukee Commons Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 921-0772

Copline, An Officer's Lifeline

*24/7 national crisis, suicide and general counseling hotline for any type of law enforcement officer, active or retired, and their families *Answered by retired officers who are vetted and trained in active listening *All calls are confidential and the caller can trust that their agency will not be informed *Copline peer listeners provide assistance with successful management of various stressors that impact law enforcement officers and their families *Should the caller need further assistance the peer listener has access to clinical referrals to therapists and programs in the caller's area to further assist with ongoing stressors

Services: General Crisis Intervention Hotlines, Specialized Information and Referral, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

501 Iron Bridge Rd #6

Freehold, NJ 07728

DCF, Florida Abuse Hotline

*Centralized Florida hotline responsible for receiving reports alleging abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or exploitation of children under 18, the elderly, or disabled, institutionalized or vulnerable adults as mandated in Chapters 39 and 415 of the Florida Statutes *Reports can be made anonymously if desired or person making report may request that their identity be kept confidential *Call-takers assess information and take reports when warranted 24/7 *Reports transmitted to DCF staff in local counties for investigation *Persons wanting to make a report may either call, fax, or use the website tool *Any person who knows or has reasonable cause to suspect that a child under 18, aged person, disabled or institutionalized adult is abused, neglected, abandoned or exploited is mandated by Chapter 415 of the Florida Statutes to report such information to the Florida Abuse Hotline

Services: Adult Protective Services, Child Abuse Hotlines, Children's Protective Services


Tallahassee, FL 32399

(800) 962-2873

FCADV, Florida Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline

*24/7 hotline provides support services, including safety planning, legal assistance and advocacy to domestic violence survivors, their family and friends *Advocates connect survivors to their local certified center for shelter, counseling, support groups, and ongoing needed services if desired

Services: Advocacy, Domestic Violence Hotlines

Confidential Location

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(800) 500-1119

Florida Council Against Sexual Violence, Inc

COVID 19 Update - Offices closed to the public please call for assistance *Does not offer direct services to sexual assault survivors *Resource to the state, other sexual assault service providers and the public on all aspects of sexual violence, including rape, child sexual abuse, molestation, stalking and sexual harassment *Will give educational information to anyone on all aspects of sexual violence, including victims rights and legal information, along with referrals to direct service providers *Statewide yearly conference and training sessions available for direct service providers

Services: Community Crime Prevention Programs, Dating Violence Prevention, Sexual Assault Hotlines

1820 E Park Ave, Ste 100

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 297-2000

Florida Network of Youth and Family Services

*Statewide agency provides information and referrals for both children/teens (6-17) and/or parents who are in crisis; agency does NOT provide direct services to callers *Serves as information and referral resource for CINS/FINS (Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services) and other agencies for families with a child persistently beyond the reasonable and lawful control of parents or guardians *Refers homeless, runaway, truant and at risk youth to shelters, respite care, and other helping agencies *Website has important information related to parents and youth in crisis: Parent Options (legal and otherwise) for ungovernable children, and legal rights for youth *Advocates for agencies who serve troubled youth providing training, quality improvement, contract management, data collection, research, and advocacy

Services: Family Preservation Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Parenting Skills Classes, Runaway/Homeless Youth Counseling, Runaway/Homeless Youth Helplines, Truancy Counseling

2850 Pablo Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 922-4324

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