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AmeriCorps Senior Corps

*Senior Corps is a network of national service programs for Americans 55 years and older, made up of three primary programs: Foster grandparents who serve one-on-one as tutors and mentors to young people with exceptional needs, Senior companions to help home bound seniors, and RSVP volunteers who conduct safety patrols, renovate homes, and respond to natural disasters.

Services: AmeriCorps, Senior Corps Volunteer Programs, Volunteer Opportunities

1545 Raymond Diehl Rd, Ste 250

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 414-7400

AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America)

*National service program administered through the Corporation for National & Community Service, dedicated to ending poverty by building the capacity of nonprofit organizations and public agencies *Members serve full time for 1 full year at a community organization (nonprofit, college/university, local government office, etc.

Services: AmeriCorps, Student Financial Aid, Volunteer Opportunities

1545 Raymond Diehl Rd, Ste 250

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(800) 942-2677

Apalachee Center, Community Action Team (CAT)

*24/7 Crisis Response Team providing a full range of services to clients aged 11-21 with a documented mental illness, who failed at less intense forms of treatment or who may have multiple crisis stabilization episodes, involvement with law enforcement or Juvenile Justice systems, involvement with the child welfare system, or current/possible placement in an alternative school setting; services available in Leon, Gadsden and Wakulla Counties; a step up from ‘traditional’ outpatient services or a step down from a long-term placement, such as a SIPP; available 24/7 to respond to crisis calls and are deployed when necessary in order to prevent crisis stabilization episodes or law enforcement involvement *Serves a limited number of families at any given time and services last anywhere from six to nine months; team consists of a Team Leader, two Care Managers, two Therapists, 3 Peer Specialists, and one Staff Assistant; Provides limited respite care, not lasting more than four hours for caregivers *Accepts most insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, sliding scale for those who meet clinical criteria

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Family Preservation Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Diversion Counseling, Medicaid, Medicare, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Respite Care

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg C

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3444

Apalachee Center, FL Assertive Community Treatment (FACT)

*Comprehensive community-based treatment program in Leon County residents ONLY for persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses, significant functional impairments, and/or history of frequent hospitalizations, substance abuse, and inability to meet basic needs * Uses the P.

Services: Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Employment Preparation, Home Based Mental Health Services, Psychiatric Case Management, Psychiatric Medication Services

471 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 523-3269

ARC Big Bend, The

*Serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with life skills, school to work, and employment services *Adult day training for developmentally disabled adults and students in high school transition programs *Supported employment *Employment Services for the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation *Program serves 9 counties within the Big Bend region, including: Madison, Jefferson, Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Taylor, Suwannee, Hamilton, and Lafayette *Employment Services Office in Tallahassee: 2898 Mahan Dr, Suite 2.

Services: Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs, Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Special Education, Vocational Education

122 SW Commerce Dr

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 973-4614

Big Bend Technical College

*GED preparation and testing *Career and technical programs including welding, cosmetology, administrative office specialist, patient care technician and nurse assistant, welding technology advanced, digital media/multi-media design, electronic technology one, electronic instrumentation one and two, millwright: industrial installer and mechanic one and two, and industrial multi-craft technician

Services: Adult Basic Education, Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Vocational Education

3233 S Byron Butler Pkwy

Perry, FL 32348

(850) 838-2545

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 *Dynamic Futures program: for young adults ages 16-24, not enrolled in school, can aid in: job and work experience, resumes, job prep, recruitment opportunities, assistance with obtaining high school diploma/GED, higher education, vocational training, certificates, and financial literacy training *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 #2906

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 *Dynamic Futures program: for young adults ages 16-24, not enrolled in school, can aid in: job and work experience, resumes, job prep, recruitment opportunities, assistance with obtaining high school diploma/GED, higher education, vocational training, certificates, and financial literacy training *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, Capital Region, Wakulla County

*Access to employment-related services in one central location; matching qualified participants with appropriate jobs, based on skills and other circumstances; maintaining list of job openings *Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act Program: 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 *Dynamic Futures program: for young adults ages 16-24, not enrolled in school, can aid in: job and work experience, resumes, job prep, recruitment opportunities, assistance with obtaining high school diploma/GED, higher education, vocational training, certificates, and financial literacy training *SNAP E&T (food assistance), Temporary cash assistance (TCA, TANF), Medicaid for health care (call for days and times) for program clients only *Florida Dept of Economic Opportunity: unemployment compensation, veteran's services *Unemployment claims process: www.

Services: Child Care Centers, Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, Job Finding Assistance, Youth Employment Programs

3278 Crawfordville Hwy, Ste G

Crawfordville, FL 32327

(850) 926-0980

CareerSource, Chipola

*Provides services for job seekers, businesses and employers in Liberty, Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson and Washington counties *Offers training for individuals who may have barriers to certain employment, or be a veteran or eligible spouse, low income or receiving public assistance *Assists dislocated workers (laid off); youth (16-24) seeking first or new jobs and/or a trade, obtaining high school diploma or GED *Welfare Transition may provide Temporary Cash Assistance (TANF) recipients with training, education, support services, and skills needed to gain unsubsidized employment *Veterans offered help in preparing for employment in the civilian world through a transition program *Veterans Transition Assistance Program helps service members with service related disabilities or barriers prepare for employment *Will help with bonding an ex-offender for employer willing to hire *Do NOT refer callers for financial assistance or housing *Other locations: *4636 Highway 90 E, Ste E, Marianna, 32446 *757 Hoyt St, Rm 108, Chipley, 32428

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

(850) 633-4419

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