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FAMU, Center for Public Computing & Workforce Development (CPCWD)

*Offers free computer and internet access available to the general public *Offers computer software applications training, (Basic Computer Skills, MS Word, MS Excel, Website Design, and many more), and other topics that support workforce development; some courses free, some may have a small charge

Services: Computer Literacy Training Programs, Employment Preparation, Public Internet Access Sites

1600 Wanish Way

M S Thomas Building, Ste 100

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 412-7474

FAMU, Cooperative Extension Services, Resource Management

*Extension professionals provide expert level direct technical assistance and education in the following areas: 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Community Resource Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, AgDiscovery (a two-week summer outreach program in which targets diverse populations of current 8-11 (rising 9th-12th) grade students interested in animal science, veterinary medicine, and related fields) *Offers assistance for animal and natural resource farming, Family and Consumer Sciences including nutrition, financial literacy, senior living and aging, emergency preparedness and safety

Services: Consumer Education, Gardening/Landscaping Instruction, Youth Agricultural Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

1740 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Room 215

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 599-3546

First Baptist Church, Christian Life Center Wellness Program

*Ministry treats whole individual through physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual growth *Facility equipped with a full-sized gym with basketball, volleyball, and racquetball courts, a weight/exercise room, an aerobics room, locker rooms, a learning center, and a snack/game area *Classes under direction of trained staff *Open to non church members for a small fee *Affordable lunch served 11:30am-2pm, M-F, 2nd floor, open to anyone

Services: Recreational Activities/Sports

115 S Duval Street

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 222-5470

Florida DOT, Safe Mobility for Life

*On-line Florida statewide database with listings of available alternative transportation services within each county in Florida *Information available by phone during business hours or on website *Fitness-to-drive on-line screening assessment to be used by seniors and family members *"CarFit" events recommend individual physical adjustments older drivers may make to their cars to be a safer driver *Information on how to make confidential report of unsafe drivers

Services: Local Transportation, Mature Driver Training

605 Suwanee St, MS-36

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 410-5414

Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, Inc

*Residential facilities for abused, neglected, or emotionally troubled children, ages 8-18, meeting criteria *Public schooling or alternative educational program available *Four residential centers: Live Oak (boys), Bartow (girls), Safety Harbor (boys and girls), Youth Ranch, Bradenton/Sarasota *Two summer camps for boys and girls ages 10-15 in Barberville, Inglis *Call toll-free number for information and to be transferred to any location

Services: Camps, Group Homes for Dependent Children, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

2486 Cecil Webb Place

Live Oak, FL 32060

(800) 765-3797

Florida State Elks Assn, Therapy/Camps/Scholarships

*Non-profit fraternal organization for fellowship and social service providing therapy, scholarships, and summer camps for children *Mobile units provide free in-home physical or occupational therapy for Florida children, birth to 18 years of age, meeting eligibility criteria *Scholarships offered to college students demonstrating leadership through participation in school activities, community service and citizenship programs; students sometimes work to help out their families financially *Summer camp located in Marion County open to all children, 9-13, small fee; last week for children of military and veteran parents; paid youth counselors earn scholarships after several years of work

Services: Camps, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Scholarships

24175 SE Hwy 450

Umatilla, FL 32784

(800) 523-1673

FSU, Camp Kesem

*Camp Kesem serves children who have lost a parent to cancer, have a parent undergoing cancer treatment, or whose parent is a cancer survivor *Free six-day camp for 60 children ages 6-18 offering sports, drama, arts and crafts, nightly cabin chats, and the "Empowerment" ceremony intended to honor all camper parents and their individual family's journey *2020 date is July 26th - August 1st at Camp Warren Willis in Fruitland Park, Florida *A bus leaves from the FSU campus for transport to the camp or parents can drive children to camp *Family days are held in Tallahassee three days per year *Fundraiser usually in February; Spring Friends + Family Day usually held in October; check web site

Services: Camps

211 Westcott Bldg

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 778-1125

FSU, College of Social Work, Arts/Athletics Camp

*Two one-week free summer camp (June) for middle school youth, first come, first serve applicants accepted starting in March, must be completed and turned in by April or May (call to find out) *Activities arranged on-campus at various locations and the Reservation for a taste of university life to inspire future inclination for higher education; variety of experience in arts and sports; breakfast, lunch and snacks provided

Services: Camps

296 Champions Way, Bldg C

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-4751

Gadsden County Public Library System

*Standard library services at 3 locations, a bookmobile, multimedia books, DVD's, large print books, computer/internet access *Children's services include story time, class visits, outreach Library programs and story times at after school programs, summer camps and daycares, Lego Robotics, Science Nights, Parent and Child Play Time, and Summer Reading Programs, Free e books on library website *Literacy instruction and for adults 18 and older, taught by volunteers, has large selection of literature for adult beginners; trains volunteers as tutors and matches them with students; computer and other adult education courses available if funding permits *Direct connection in Quincy library via a video terminal now allows visitors to speak directly with a Social Security employee in Tallahassee; call to find out days and hours this service is available *Other Branches: *Chattahoochee, Cowen Library, 300 Maple St 32324 *Havana, 203 E 5th St 32333

Services: Adult Basic Education, Computer Literacy Training Programs, Library Services, Literacy Programs, Public Internet Access Sites, SSI, Volunteer Opportunities

732 Pat Thomas Pkwy

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 627-7106

Girl Scouts of Gateway Council

*Informal educational organization and social program for girls under adult leadership *Activities geared to grade levels starting at Daisies (K-1st), Brownies (2nd-3rd), Juniors (4th-5th), Cadettes (6th-8th), Seniors (9th-10th) and Ambassadors (11th-12th) and are designed to help to build confidence, character and courage through decision-making and leadership skills *Week long summer camps available cost $450 for members and $500 for non members; yearly aquatic camps in the spring to teach sailing and other aquatic activities fees vary depending on equipment needed; cost can be offset by cookie sales *Council serves more than 4,000 girls, and 2,000 adult volunteers in all Panhandle counties

Services: Camps, Scouting Programs, Volunteer Opportunities, Youth Enrichment Programs

1000 Shearer Ave

Jacksonville, FL 32205

(877) 764-5237

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