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Clothes Closets, Big Bend Counties

****BEST TO CONTACT BEFORE GOING, AS DATES/TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE ***** FRANKLIN COUNTY *Carrabelle, 102 Ave B, SE, Carrabelle, 32322, (850) 697-3672, Clothes Thursdays, 10am-Noon *Franklin's Promise Coalition, 192 Coach Wagoner Blvd, Appalachicola, 32320, (850) 653-3930, emergency clothing only, during office hours, M-F, 9:30am-Noon =================================================================== GADSDEN COUNTY *Community Cares Outreach, 118 SW 3rd St, Havana, 32333, (850) 539-5349, Free clothing vouchers given to use at their Thrift Shop 9am-11am, Wednesday and 9am-3pm, Saturday.

Services: General Clothing Provision

Coats 4 Kids Drive

*Blue Ribbon Cleaners sponsors Coats 4 Kids Drive, promoted during the winter, but coats can be dropped off at any time of year *Business hopes to collect at least 2500 new or used coats for needy children in community; coats cleaned for free *Coats can be dropped off at three Blue Ribbon Cleaners locations: 2107 Capital Circle NE, 32308; 1102 E Lafayette St, 32301; 1660-2 N Monroe St, 32303 *Coats given to Dept of Children and Families and some other non-profit organizations to be dispersed to children

Services: Donated Specialty Items, General Clothing Provision

2107 Capital Cir NE

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 385-7541

Community Action Agency, Getting Ahead

*Program consists of two components including a 15-week class called Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-by World; then upon completion, participants shift to the Staying Ahead Program where they are paired with 2 mentors who meet regularly for about 6 months to advise, counsel and encourage *Program assists with GED, trade/vocational education, higher education to improve opportunities for jobs with a livable wage; employability skills, and opportunity to participate in the Agency’s On-The-Job Training (OJT) Program; job placement, coaching, and counseling; ongoing counseling, monitoring, and support from a case manager/social worker to ensure continued progress toward family self-sufficiency goals; multiple opportunities for crisis/emergency assistance during the first year (rent, utilities, food vouchers, transportation, childcare) based on the availability of resources *Participants meet once a week in a relaxed discussion type atmosphere and class members work closely with Career Source, TCC and Lively Vocational School; funding may be available to pay for tuition, books, job training, childcare on a case by case basis *Call for more information about class dates and times *Persons interested in becoming a mentor may fill out an application on website or call to volunteer

Services: Career Counseling, Child Care Expense Assistance, Economic Self Sufficiency Programs, Employment Preparation, Financial Literacy Training, Food Vouchers, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Mentoring Programs, Personal Financial Counseling, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Assistance, Vocational Education, Volunteer Opportunities

309 Office Plaza Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 222-2043 x4

Connections Church

COVID-19 Update: 8/31/2021, Only one Sunday Service at limited capacity, must reserve a spot *Bible-based church focusing on helping homeless people transition to stability *Helps homeless persons on Thursdays obtain Florida ID AFTER they have first visited the Kearney Center or ECHO for initial information *Clothing and prescription assistance when funds are available *Pastoral counseling at Kearney Center on Thursdays *Three free meals weekly for anyone in need: lunch on Wednesday after Bible study and breakfast Sunday before church services and lunch after *Free transportation to church from the Kearney Center and other designated locations at designated times; call for nearest location

Services: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Faith Based Counseling, General Clothing Provision, Prescription Expense Assistance

1900 S Monroe

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 583-1036

Early Learning Coalition of NW Florida

*Information and referral for child care, after school programs, developmental assessments, early intervention for children with special needs, school readiness programs, and Voluntary Pre-K *Toll-free number and two regional offices serve seven county area *Parents can register for VPK and Child Care Assistance at www.

Services: Child Care Centers, Child Care Expense Assistance, Developmental Assessment, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Extended Child Care, Preschools

703 W 15 St, Ste A

Panama City, FL 32401

(866) 269-3022

Early Learning Coalition of the Big Bend

*Child Care program that provides tuition assistance to young children that allows them to be in a safe, conducive learning environment to prepare them to enter the school system allowing parents to work, knowing their children are in a positive educational environment; voluntary Pre-kindergarten: approved list of providers *Parents may register for VPK and apply for the School Readiness program for child care assistance online or call for assistance; trained counselors can assist callers in choosing programs that best fit their child's and family's needs including other services in the Whole Child network such as Food Stamps *Gadsden: 233 E Jefferson St, Quincy, 32351, 8am-6pm, M-Th *Jefferson: Please call 850-973-2512 for assistance *Madison: 309 SW Range Ave, Madison, 32340, 8AM-5:30PM, M-Th *Taylor, 318 N Clark St, Perry, 32347, 8AM-5PM, Tu *Wakulla, 3278 Crawfordville Highway, Unit G, Crawfordville, 32327, 8AM-5:30PM, M-Th *Liberty, Call Wakulla Service Center

Services: Child Care Centers, Child Care Expense Assistance, Preschools

2639 N Monroe Street, Bldg C

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 385-0504

ECHO, Emergency Resources Program

*Services mainly for Leon County residents; will serve an outlying county resident ONE time only *SEE SEPARATE LISTING FOR HOUSING RENT ASSISTANCE *Emergency Resources walk-in hours are 9am-Noon, M-F, ONLY *Daily assistance on a first come, first serve basis, resources are limited; best to arrive as close to 9am as possible; *All persons must first sign in and meet with a case manager, state photo ID is required for all services *Afternoons 1pm-5pm, M-Th are reserved for case management appointments and counseling appointments (call main number to schedule) *Emergency food *Clothing, Personal hygiene toiletries, baby and adult diapers, infant/baby formula, kitchen wares and cleaning supplies/chemicals *Financial assessments and budgeting counseling; has "Getting Ahead" classes (call main number, ext 207 for application) *Blankets, heaters and fans may be seasonally available depending on inventory *Furniture Bank of Tallahassee: Due to high demand and limited Tallahassee resources, This program is ONLY for formerly homeless individuals, families or veterans who are moving out of homelessness into transitional or permanent housing.

Services: Case/Care Management, Diapers, Food Pantries, Formula/Baby Food, Furniture, General Clothing Provision, Personal Financial Counseling, Personal/Grooming Supplies

548 E Bradford Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 224-3246

Elder Care Services, EHEAP Program

*Financial assistance for income eligible persons 60+ (living alone or with family) for cooling and heating bills (gas, electric, or propane), is paid directly to the utility provider *Program is for low income households *Applicants required to have service interruption notice from company and proof of income of all household members *Program periodically may have blankets, heaters, fans, and air conditioners available; donations of these items welcome

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Household Goods, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2518 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 921-5554

FL DOH, Franklin, WIC

*Women, Infants, and Children nutrition program *Supplementary food program for pregnant women, nursing mothers, infants, and children up to age 5 *Nutrition counseling *Breastfeeding support and consultation *Appointments required

Services: Breastfeeding Support Programs, Community Clinics, Formula/Baby Food, WIC

139 12th St

Apalachicola, FL 32320

(850) 653-2111

FL DOH, Gadsden, WIC

*Women, Infants, and Children nutrition program *Supplementary food program for pregnant women, nursing mothers, infants, and children up to age 5 *Nutrition counseling *Breastfeeding support and consultation

Services: Breastfeeding Support Programs, Community Clinics, Formula/Baby Food, WIC

278 LaSalle Leffall Dr

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-7200

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