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FSU, Case Management

*Case Management Services work with FSU students taking classes, applicants, or alumni to provide emotional support, counseling, advocacy, and to identify immediate needs, making appropriate referrals to campus and community resources *Problems may include :Emotional Distress/Mental Health; death of family member or close friend; serious illness, accident resulting in injury; hospitalization for emotional or physical condition; housing crisis; financial hardship; family/relationship difficulties; and academic concerns related to a crisis *Case Managers available to assist with concerns, referrals from faculty, staff, family, friend or community member concerned about an individual's well-being *Students may call to speak with a Case Manager or walk-in 8am-4pm, M-F *Faculty and staff should refer students directly to Case Management Services; Call, email or use online reporting (report.

Services: Bereavement Counseling, Case/Care Management, Emergency Funds, General Counseling Services, In Person Crisis Intervention, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities

University Center A, Ste 4100

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-9555

Good Samaritan Network, AngelWingz Family Crisis and Intervention Center

*Faith-based transitional housing for women and children fleeing domestic abuse and human trafficking *Initial assessment will determine needs; 30, 60, 90 day stays are available while working toward self-sufficiency and readiness for independent living *Connects residents with GED classes and testing if needed, employment training and search assistance, counseling for recovery and referrals to other support services as needed; maintains DCF compliance and regulations *Once employed, monthly donations for program fees of $300 to $500 are required from residents depending on income *Women may be accompanied by minor children, day care or school is mandatory; residents must participate daily in their own personal hygiene and household chores; residents must be willing to participate in their own wellness and education through counseling, reading, videos and other tools *Applicant must be willing to work as able, go to school, or participate in community service or work therapy *Alcohol, tobacco, and drugs are forbidden; addicts in recovery are permitted as long as they are actively working their program *Emergency escape assistance is available *For intake, go to the website to complete an intake assessment form or call if necessary *This is NOT an emergency shelter

Services: Domestic Violence Shelters, Transitional Housing/Shelter

PO Box 3914

Tallahassee, FL 32315

(850) 422-0040

Good Samaritan Network, Chelsea House

*Faith-based transitional housing for women experiencing homelessness, being released from prison, victims of domestic violence and victims of human trafficking *Length of stay depends on program: Rescue (Phase 1) 1-3 night stay, Redeem (Phase 2) Trial period up to two weeks, Rebuild (Phase 3) stabilization up to 30 days, and Restore (Phase 4) up to six months with extensions based on need, Resend (Phase 5) assistance to resume independent living *Provides job-readiness training, job placement services and referrals to other support services on an "as needed" basis *Physical, emotional and spiritual support while working toward self-sufficiency and readiness for independent living *CH program fees of $300 monthly, $75 weekly or $15 nightly; if a resident is unable to pay, she may apply for a scholarship, and may be approved based on fund availability and program compliance *Applicant must be mentally and physically stable, able and willing and able to work, go to school or participate in GSN community service or work therapy for a combined minimum of 40 hours weekly *Does not accept applicants with substance abuse issues until they have completeted detox and rehab *Application options include hand delivery or mail to Good Samaritan Thrift Store, 2706 N Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32303; fax to 850-297-1113, email to info@gsncares.

Services: Domestic Violence Shelters, Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, Transitional Housing/Shelter

PO Box 10547

Tallahassee, FL 32302

(850) 297-1113

Greenleaf Center

*Regional psychiatric and substance abuse facility serving South Georgia and North Florida *Outpatient and inpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment, including detox, for adolescents, adults and seniors *24 hour helpline

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Detoxification, General Counseling Services, General Crisis Intervention Hotlines, Inpatient Mental Health Facilities, Inpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities, Mental Health Screening, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Substance Use Disorder Counseling

2209 Pineview Dr

Valdosta, GA 31602

(855) 562-3073

HHS, Crisis Counseling Disaster Distress Helpline

COVID-19 Update - no changes due to coronavirus; business as ususal *National 27/4, toll-free, multilingual helpline connecting persons suffering from stress, anxiety and other depression-like symptoms after any natural or human-caused disaster to nearest crisis center for referrals and/or counseling *Does not provide direct counseling, but provides resources and referrals *Check warning signs of symptoms online for different age groups *Call or text "TalkWithUs" to 66746 *SAMHSA line (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the US Dept of Health and Human Services) *Spanish Speakers US 50 states: Call 1-800-985-5990 and press "2, or to text from the 50 States, text Hablanos to 66746

Services: Disaster Service Centers/Hotlines, Mental Health Information/Education, Substance Use Disorder Hotlines

5600 Fishers Ln

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Rockville, MD 20857

(800) 985-5990

HHS, Substance Abuse/Mental Health Treatment Line

*AKA SAMHSA *Federal hotline and web sites to find outpatient, inpatient, and residential substance abuse and mental health treatment centers nationwide for adolescents and adults *Website listings for state and local helplines, support groups, self-help, military and children *One stop resource for information *Information is updated frequently, and new facilities are added monthly

Services: Mental Health Information/Education, Substance Use Disorder Hotlines

5600 Fishers Ln

Rockville, MD 20857

(800) 662-4357

I Save Florida

*Website that offers information and resources surrounding substance abuse and addiction *Includes treatment center locations, a Narcan (Naloxone) locator, a professionals locator, and downloadable brochures on prevention and treatment *Offers information about how to recognize and treat an overdose, and also the do-nots of treatment and resuscitation *Narcan (Naloxone) kits are free to individuals that are at risk of expereincing an opioid overdose, and friends/family that may witness an opioid overdose; see website for locations/procedures

Services: Substance Use Disorder Crisis Intervention, Substance Use Disorder Education/Prevention

1317 Winewood Blvd, Bldg 1, Rm 202

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 487-1111


*Helpline for teenagers, open 24/7 *Information about basics of dating, healthy relationships and drawing the line before abuse starts *Recognize abusive behavior and learn what to do about it for self and friends *Call main number or see website for live chat or text options *Operated by National Domestic Violence Hotline

Services: Dating Violence Prevention, Domestic Violence Hotlines

PO Box 161810

Austin, TX 78716

(866) 331-9474

Military OneSource

*FOR ACTIVE-DUTY SERVICE MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY OR VETERANS WHO HAVE RETIRED IN THE PAST YEAR ONLY, AND THEIR IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS *24/7 Helpline provides support with personalized and confidential coaching, consultations, and counseling *Coaching for: health & wellness, building healthy relationships, spouse education and career opportunities, education, adoption, financial and tax consultation, document translation, language interpretation, peer-to-peer support, spouse relocation and transition, special needs, adult disability and elder care, confidential counseling, wounded warriors, caregivers and many more topics *Website offers Live Chat 24/7

Services: Military Family Service/Support Centers, Social Services for Military Personnel, Tax Preparation Assistance, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran/Military Hotlines, Veteran Reintegration Counseling

(800) 342-9647

National Center For Missing and Exploited Children

*National and international clearinghouse and resource center for finding missing and exploited children; assists parents, citizens, law enforcement and social service agencies with technical assistance, information and referral *Call or use web site to report a missing child after contacting law enforcement, child sighting, child pornography or suspected child sexual exploitation or human trafficking involving a child *Offer ways to protect a child including child ID kits, information about internet predators and sex offenders, Amber Alert and relevant information; brochures available *Florida parents may call FDLE's Missing Children Information Clearinghouse at (850) 410-8585 or access its web site: www.

Services: Human Trafficking Hotlines, Missing Persons Location Assistance

333 John Carlyle Street Ste #125

Alexandria, VA 22314

(800) 843-5678

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