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DISC Village, Residential Program Sisters In Sobriety (SIS)

*Residential treatment program offering voluntary or court ordered treatment for adult women aged 18 and older with a diagnosis of chemical dependency including individual counseling, group counseling, peer and family sessions, motivational interviewing, cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), nutritional screening and counseling, education and vocation programs, case management, and incorporation of 12-step programs *Support services include: vocational assessments, job search assistance, job and life skills training, referral to adult education classes

Services: Career Counseling, Detoxification, Life Skills Education, Medication Assisted Maintenance Treatment for Substance Use Disorders, Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

2967 Natural Bridge Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32305

(850) 922-2360

DISC Village, Residential Transitional Housing Salvita House

*Transitional housing community, providing women 18 and older a minimum 2 month, voluntary stay in a step down opportunity to practice *Multifaceted holistic approach to services includes clinical assessment, treatment planning, case management, individual counseling, group therapy, dicharge planning and relapse prevention *Also offers support with practical aspects of re-entry such as job searches, vocational assessments, life skils training and adult education courses

Services: Career Counseling, Case/Care Management, Life Skills Education, Medicaid, Relapse Prevention Programs, Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

2967 Natural Bridge Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32305

(850) 922-2360

FAMU, Black Male College Explorers Program

*Up to four-week residential summer prevention/intervention program for black males, grades 7-12, identified as "at-risk" or economically disadvantaged *Aims at increasing educational achievements, facilitating college entry, reducing delinquency, and increasing competency in test taking *Classes: mathematics, algebra, computer science, reading, English, science, African American studies, business, professional and personal development *Comprehensive mentoring provided along with academic instruction *Program dates are almost always first week in June through the last week in June *Will accept youth from anywhere in Florida and other states although space is limited

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Leadership Development, Summer School Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

501 Orr Drive Ste C, Rm 305

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 561-2407

FAMU, Student Health Services

*Only for registered FAMU students who have paid their semester health fee: physical examinations, medications, birth control services, pregnancy testing, confidential HIV/STD screening and counseling, and pharmacy access providing discount prescription and over the counter medications *Students are charged a health fee along with tuition which covers services unless they provide proof of insurance; charges for services not covered by the student health fee (including; labs, X-rays, EKGs, medications, immunizations, procedures, medical supplies) are discounted and are lower than the cost of care from most community providers; charges for services will be placed on the student’s financial account and must be paid prior to registration for the following semester *Clinic visits for immunizations, illness and injury are available on a walk-in basis; appointments are required for other services *Staffed by Florida licensed physicians, advanced nurse practitioners along with other support staff *Other services: testing and counseling for diabetes, hypertension, and stress management *Does NOT provide dental care, major surgery, treatment of serious illnesses, prenatal care or hospitalization *Food Pantry available to students during regular clinic hours, open Thursdays for general public

Services: Birth Control, Confidential HIV Testing, Diabetes Screening, General Medical Care, Pharmacies, Pregnancy Testing, Prescription Expense Assistance, Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening, Stress Management

1735 Wahnish Way, Suite 104

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 599-3777

Florida Youth Council, The

*Group of youth and emerging leaders (15-30 years old) with disabilities or special health care needs *Peer groups geared toward getting young people involved in self-advocacy, peer mentoring, and other activities *Offers leadership and participation opportunities for youth, including an Annual Youth Summit, an electronic and print newsletter, and social networking

Services: Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Leadership Development, Peer Counseling

820 East Park Avenue, Ste F-100

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 224-4670

FSU, Human Services Center

*Offers free mental health counseling services from supervised graduate students for adolescents through adults as individuals, couples, and families in the Big Bend from January to July folllowing the FSU academic calandar *Typically addressing issues such as depression, anxiety, stress management, motivation, self esteem, anger management, conflict management, relationship issues and adjusting to challenges

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Anger Management, Conjoint Counseling, Counseling Services, Family Counseling, General Counseling Services, Marriage Counseling, Stress Management

1114 W Call St, Ste 2207

Stone Building

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-3857

FSU, Psychology Clinic

*Mental health service, training, and research center operated by the Department of Psychology at Florida State University; Services are provided by doctoral level student therapists in the Clinical Psychology PhD program under the close supervision of faculty members *Regardless of affiliation with the univeristy, adults, adolescents, and children are eligible to recieve psychological testing, assessment services, and individual theapy for issues like depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress, child behavior problems; Group therapy via telementalhelath for parenting, fears, trauma, dialectical behavioral therapy skills (DBT), hoarding and substance abuse *Sliding fee scale based on family income and number of family members supported by that income; no insurance accepted; Hourly therapy rates range from $20-$60 per hour, group therapy is provided for $8 per group session; Assessment Fees: Educational Evaluations (e.

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Eating Disorders Treatment, General Counseling Services, Mental Health Screening, Parent Counseling, Stress Management, Telemental Health

1107 W Call St

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-3006

Goodwill Industries Big Bend, Career Training Center

*Free career development training and life skills classes serving anyone 16 and up; clients do not have to have disabilities or special needs *Adult basic education and GED classes *Employment skills in career counseling, resume writing, interviews and clothing choices; may also assist with clothing once a job is obtained; computer lab offering self-directed courses in Microsoft programs *Other training location in Quincy

Services: Adult Basic Education, Computer Literacy Training Programs, Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Life Skills Education

300 Mabry St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 279-5041

Greater Frenchtown Revitalization Council

*Health education, resources and referrals on diabetes, heart disease, obesity, cancer, a healthy lifestyle, and disease control management, free mammogram referrals for women without insurance with FAMU support; referrals for respite and personal care for seniors and medically challenged persons *Community gardening plots *Leadership training, job opportunities, after school programs, and summer camp for youth

Services: Camps, Cancer Detection, Chronic Disease Self Management Programs, Extended Child Care, General Health Education Programs, Leadership Development, Respite Care, Youth Enrichment Programs

603 N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, 2nd Fl

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 329-7303

Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce

*Membership organization for business community *Access to business tools and resources, a bigger voice in halls of government, networking, professional development and community engagement opportunities.

Services: Chambers of Commerce, Community Involvement Programs, Leadership Development

300 E Park Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 224-8116

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