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Wakulla Senior Citizens Council

*Senior Center services: classes, dancing, recreation, support groups, free transportation *In-home services persons 60 years of age or older: case management, homemaker and errand services, respite care, Alzheimer respite day care, companionship, personal care, nutrition education, home delivered meals, congregate meals, *Partner services: energy assistance, senior lunches, legal advice *Before School/After School care at 4 elementary schools and full time summer program

Services: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Dementia Management, Friendly Outreach Programs, Home Delivered Meals, In Home Assistance, Local Transportation, Respite Care, Senior Centers

33 Michael Dr

Crawfordville, FL 32327

(850) 926-7145

Weather Forecast Line

*Free automated phone service gives weather forecast for several NW Florida and South Georgia areas *Web site can provide forecast for anywhere in US by searching by either zip code or city and state

Services: Weather Advisories

1017 Academic Way

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 942-8851

Whole Child, Jefferson, Taylor, and Madison

*Program focuses on the six dimensions of children's well-being: Physical and Mental Health, Quality Early Education and Development, Social-Emotional Development, Spiritual Foundation and Strength, Safe and Nurturing Environment, Economic Stability *Web-based listing of community programs serving young children and families; parents/guardians may access information by calling health department *Advisor available to assist parents or guardians fill out on-line profile of child (up to 5 years of age) through the "Connect" process noting his/her needs *Program lists resources; system matches child/family to community services; upon request by parent or guardian, profile forwarded to selected agencies dealing with needs indicated *Agency contacts parents who decide how to move forward in getting help

Services: Child Advocacy Centers, Health Care Referrals, Pediatric Developmental Assessment, Specialized Information and Referral

1476 SW Main Street

Greenville, FL 32331

(850) 253-5355

Whole Child Leon

*Program focuses on the six dimensions of children's well-being: Physical and Mental Health, Quality Early Education and Development, Social-Emotional Development, Spiritual Foundation and Strength, Safe and Nurturing Environment, Economic Stability to include individuals suspected of being sex trafficked, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or disability *Professional network meetings open to the general public, 4th Monday, Noon-1:15PM at the Wesson Center *Provides free developmental screenings for children ages 6 months to 5 years twice a year, in October and April *On-line Mental Health Resource Guide *Tallahassee Pediatric Behavioral Health Navigator Program, also known as the FSU Behavioral Health Hub, creates a centralized entry point to behavioral health services for children aged 0-21 years using Behavioral Health Navigators who meet with a referred child, make individualized referrals, maintain contact to ensure a successful treatment match, follow-up to assess quality of life, and report developments and updates to the child's primary care physician *Referral from Primary Care Physician required for FSU Behavioral Health Hub; fax: 850-765-9509 *Status of the Child report every five years

Services: Health Care Referrals, Human Trafficking Prevention, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, Mental Health Screening, Pediatric Developmental Assessment, Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups

1126 A Lee Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 692-3134

Wigs for Kids

*Provides hair replacement solutions for children, under 18, affected by hair loss due to alopecia, chemotherapy, burns, and other medical conditions; must be referred by a medical professional *See web site for steps in applying for a wig *No cost to child/family; recipient can apply again the following year for a new hairpiece if the need still exists; Wigs For Kids provides one hairpiece per child per year free of charge to the recipient family pending approval of the application *Donated hair must be clean, dry, minimum length of 12 inches, in braids or ponytails; can not be colored or permed or have any other chemical treatments; can be cut at local salon, placed in plastic bag and mailed to address listed; see web site for directions

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Wigs

24231 Center Ridge Rd

Westlake, OH 44145

(440) 333-4433

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