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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend (BBBS)

*Mentoring program that matches mentors with youth ages 5-18, for one-on-one assistance in Title 1 elementary schools, mentors assist students with schoolwork and give individual attention in areas of academic deficiency, which results in greater academic success, also matches youth ages 6-14 with individual mentors who meet with them at least twice a month for a minimum of four hours to work on academic difficulties, career/college achievement, and positive social and emotional development *Participating youth must be enrolled by the age of 15, but once enrolled may receive services up to age 18; services may be limited in Big Bend counties outside of Leon; call for further information *Volunteers must be18 years of age or older, complete an FBI fingerprint-based background check, and reference check *To volunteer, visit www.

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Mentoring Programs, Tutoring Services, Volunteer Opportunities

565 E Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 386-6002

Boys Town North Florida

*Various programs for at-risk boys and girls, ages 0-18 *Common Sense Parenting Education: Open to the community, 6 week parent education class for parents/caregivers of children 18 or younger offering skills to address common behavior challenges *Boys Town National Hotline: 24/7 Crisis Counseling, primarily for parents/caretakers, as well as problem solving suggestions, parent education, and referrals to support services such as parenting classes and in home family services.

Services: Family Preservation Programs, Foster Parent/Family Recruitment, Group Homes for Dependent Children, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Parenting Skills Classes, Therapeutic Foster Homes

3555 Commonwealth Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 575-6422

Boys Town North Florida, Care Coordination Services

*Intensive, family centered case management services for youth 0-17 with a mental health diagnosis *Helps families navigate the often confusing and complex systems of mental health care, child welfare, juvenile justice and special education *Youth are referred directly to providers in the community according to their needs and problem behaviors *Once services are in place, a consultant monitors them to make sure the services are addressing the needs of the youth *Interested persons who call should ask specifically for care coordination services *Eligibility requirements: *Must be 0-17 years of age and have a mental health diagnosis *Must be navigating at least two systems (i.

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Case/Care Management, Family Preservation Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

3555 Commonwealth Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 575-6422

Brehon Institute, Project SAFE, Madison/Taylor

*Program office in Tallahassee, but workers travel to Madison and Taylor Counties to provide services *In-home visiting service to assist at-risk pregnant women and families with children through age 17 by visiting case management and parent education on weekly basis *Promotes healthy birth outcomes, positive parenting skills and/or job skills, knowledge of available services, independence, personal goals, and family unity *Can serve family 3 to 6 months

Services: Case/Care Management, Child Abuse Prevention, Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Parenting Skills Classes

1315 Linda Ann Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 656-7110 x2

Capital City Youth Services, The Family Place

*Family, individual, and group counseling for families in crisis with at-risk children, ages 6-17; offering comprehensive assessment, treatment planning, and case management for youth and families with consultation and referrals to other agencies and services as needed *Up to 12 free counseling sessions, either individual or with family

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Family Preservation Programs, General Counseling Services, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Parent Counseling

2407 Roberts Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-6000

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, Youth Shelters

1801 Miccosukee Commons Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 921-0772

Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency

*Provides information about cyber protection, infrastructure security, and support for emergency communications *Offers free cyber security tools, incident response services, and assessment capabilities *Offers telework product line for tips on proper video conferencing etiquette, recommendations for agencies using video conferencing

Services: Cybercrime Prevention

245 Murray Ln

Washington, DC 20528

(888) 282-0870

DISC Village, Health and Wellness Services

*Voluntary in-school life skills development/prevention program *New Horizons (Leon, Madison, Wakulla): Substance abuse prevention program addressing social issues among teens/young adults: 16 sessions to reduce individual risk of drug use, school delinquency, and unhealthy anger *Botvin LifeSkills (Liberty, Taylor): Research validated substance abuse prevention program targeting social factors involved in introductory use of substances and other risk behaviors *Takes place in middle and/or high schools in the counties covered; in Leon takes place in elementary schools as well as middle and high

Services: Anger Management, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Life Skills Education, Substance Use Disorder Education/Prevention

3333 W Pensacola St, Ste 340

Tallahassee, FL 32304

DISC Village, Juvenile Civil Citation Program

*Two different programs for youth (under 18) involved in the legal system: *Juvenile Civil Citation Program: Diversion of first time juvenile misdemeanor offenders from Juvenile Justice system through early intervention; Successful completion of requirements such as community service, drug screening, apology letters determines no record of arrest; Eligibility based on current offenses, prior delinquency history, law enforcement discretion, and willingness of youth and parent/guardian to participate, Referrals made through legal system or self/parent referral *Juvenile Drug Court: Intensive outpatient treatment for 20 week minimum for adolescents who have been arrested with substance misuse and/or mental health issues; individual, group and family counseling, chemical education classes, community involvement, drug testing; referrals made through legal and other sources *Both programs not available in every county; call for information

Services: Alternative Sentencing/Supervision, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Substance Use Disorder Counseling

536 Appleyard Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 575-4025

DJJ, Office of Prevention Services

*Provides delinquency prevention services through Office of Prevention and Victim Services targeting high-risk juveniles and others with problem behaviors: ungovernability, truancy, running away from home and other pre-delinquent behavior; entering the system depends upon seriousness of the offense *Programs include Florida Netw, City of Tallahassee-TEMPOork of Youth and Family Services, Inc, Practical Academic Cultural Education (PACE) Center for Girls, Florida Youth Challenge Academy (FLYCA), City of Tallahassee Community Connections, and Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida *Fees depend on severity of crime and sentence; Cost of Care fees will not exceed $5 per day for a child in custody (secure detention or residential commitment) or $1 per day for a child under community supervision with the Department (home detention, probation supervision, conditional release, non-residential commitment or post-commitment probation); if the Cost of Care fee will present a financial hardship, a reduction or waiver is available forms are available from Juvenile Probation Officers or the Juvenile Detention Center

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Diversion Counseling, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Truancy Counseling

2737 Centerview Dr, Ste 220

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(866) 757-0634

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