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Community Action Agency, Getting Ahead

*Two Components: *Getting Ahead: 15 week class meets once a week in a relaxed discussion type atmosphere *For people living in poverty or just getting by day to day, enables participants to assess their current situation and figure out what needs to be done to achieve a better future *Participants set attainable goals *Staying ahead: After completing 15 week class, each participant is paired with 2 mentors who meet regularly for about 6 months to advise, counsel and encourage *Program works closely with Career Source, TCC and Lively Vocational School and has funds to pay for tuition, books, job training, childcare on a case by case basis *Case managers help facilitate connection with education and job training *Call for more information about class dates and times *Persons interested in becoming a mentor may fill out an application on website or call

Services: Employment Preparation, Financial Literacy Training, Job Finding Assistance, Personal Financial Counseling

309 Office Plaza Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 222-2043

Covering Florida

11/1/21: Open enrollment has begun and the deadline is December 15, 2021 for coverage to begin on January 1, 2022.

Services: Affordable Care Act Insurance Information/Counseling, Children's State/Local Health Insurance Programs, Health Insurance/Dental Coverage

3500 E Fletcher Ave

Tampa, FL 33613

(877) 813-9115

DCF, ACCESS Florida, Gadsden/Liberty/Jackson/Calhoun

*DCF, ACCESS Florida is a system for persons/families with low-incomes to apply for public assistance benefits *Benefits available for persons meeting eligibility guidelines: *Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/Food Stamps/EBT) *Temporary cash assistance (TCA, TANF), *Medicaid insurance for health care *Medicaid Share of Cost (aka Medically Needy) for medical bill assistance to low-income individuals and families not qualifying for Medicaid, but unable to pay medical bills; recipients required to pay a portion of medical bills each month before financial assistance available *Applications for children determined not eligible for Medicaid will be referred electronically to Florida KidCare *Adults who are former foster youth may be eligible for Medicaid under ACA up to age 26 *THREE WAYS TO APPLY: 1.

Services: Food Stamps/SNAP, Health Insurance/Dental Coverage, Medicaid, TANF

6 S Key St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 300-4323

DCF, ACCESS Florida, Leon/Gadsden/Jefferson/Wakulla/Franklin Counties

*Office located at 2810 Sharer Rd, Unit 25, 32312 *Serves persons from Leon, Wakulla, Gadsden, Jefferson, and Franklin Counties *DCF, ACCESS Florida is a system for persons/families with low-incomes to apply for public assistance benefits *Benefits available for persons meeting eligibility guidelines: *Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/Food Stamps/EBT) *Temporary cash assistance (TCA, TANF), *Medicaid insurance for health care *Medicaid Share of Cost (aka Medically Needy) for medical bill assistance to low-income individuals and families not qualifying for Medicaid, but unable to pay medical bills; recipients required to pay a portion of medical bills each month before financial assistance available *Applications for children determined not eligible for Medicaid will be referred electronically to Florida KidCare *Adults who are former foster youth may be eligible for Medicaid under ACA up to age 26 *THREE WAYS TO APPLY: 1.

Services: Food Stamps/SNAP, Health Insurance/Dental Coverage, Medicaid, TANF

2810 Sharer Road, Units 10-14

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 300-4323

DMS, People First

*Job applicants can search and apply for state positions and maintain applications on website *Applicants do not have to be a state employee to access information

Services: Job Finding Assistance

Undisclosed address

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(877) 562-7287

DOEA, Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE)

COVID UPDATE 10/28/2021 - not all in-person counseling is currently available, counseling may be offered over the phone or internet video services *Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE) can be reached through Florida Elder Helpline *Trained volunteers provide free in-person and telephone information about Medicare, Medicaid, and other health insurance coverage including: Medicare supplements, long term care insurance, prescription assistance, filling out insurance forms, comparing insurance policies and interpreting health insurance documents *May call insurance companies on clients' behalf if needed *The eight Big Bend area counties are all covered by the Program Liaison in Tallahassee *Specific county counseling site locations and schedule are as follows: *Franklin - No counseling sites in this county at this time * Gadsden - No counseling sites in this county at this time *Jefferson - Jefferson County Senior Citizens Center; M-F, 9AM-3PM; walk-ins and appointments welcome; 850-342-0242 *Leon - Area Agency on Aging and Tallahassee Senior Center; M-F, 9AM - 4PM; by appointment only *Liberty - No counseling sites in this county at this time *Madison County Senior Center, M-F, by appointment only *Taylor County - Taylor Senior Citizens Center, times vary, make appointment with counselor *Wakulla County - No counseling sites in this county at this time

Services: Medicaid, Medicare, Specialized Information and Referral

2414 Mahan Drive

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(800) 963-5337

DOE, Division of Blind Services, District 2

*Services to blind or visually impaired persons, or those with an illness which could cause blindness *Children birth to 5: parent education, counseling, mobility training, social, sensory and cognitive development *School age children: family counseling, case management, educational experience and information *Youth at least 14: school to work programs involving daily living skills, self advocacy, work experience, and assistive technology *Adults (18-65): rehabilitation, counseling, medical eye assistance, vocational rehabilitation and job placement *Seniors (65+): non-vocational rehabilitation, counseling and daily living skills training *Some services based on economic need *Braille and Talking Book Library services available *Referrals to community services when available

Services: Eye Care, Health/Disability Related Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation

325 W Gaines St

Turlington Building, Ste 1114

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(800) 672-1436

DOE, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Area 1

*Serves persons with physical or mental disabilities that interfere with their ability to work *Prepares clients for employment by offering: medical, psychological and work evaluation assessment; follow-up and assistance with accommodations; counseling, guidance, career planning, job coaching, and assistive technology; limited on-the-job training *Offers financial post secondary education at colleges, universities, technical and vocational schools *Toll-free number can provide referrals to vocational rehabilitation offices anywhere in Florida *New office in June 2021, 325 W Gaines, Tallahassee, FL, 32399, located on the 11th Floor

Services: Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs, Health/Disability Related Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation

4070 Esplanade Way, 2 Flr.

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 245-3399

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 *The program allows 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 *Trained counselors can assist callers in choosing programs that best fit their child's and family's needs *Agency spends time with parents to determine if they need other services and will help them enter into the Whole Child network to find sources for assistance, such as Food Stamps *Gadsden: 233 E Jefferson St, Quincy, 32351, 8am-6pm, M-Th, Walk in hours: 8:30 am-12:30pm *Jefferson: 1255 W Washington St, Monticello, 32344, 8am-5pm, Tu,Th, Walk in hours: 10am-noon *Madison: 309 SW Range Ave, Madison, 32340, 7:30am-5pm, M,W, Walk in hours: 1pm-3pm *Taylor, 318 N Clark St, Perry, 32347, 9am-5pm, Tu, Walk in hours: 1pm-3pm *Wakulla, 3278 Crawfordville Highway, Unit G, Crawfordville, 32327, 8am-6pm, M,W, Th, Walk in hours: 1pm-3pm, M, W *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

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