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Crisis Text Line

*Provides access to emotional support and information to anyone in any type of crisis *Text "HOME" to 741741; or go online to chat, text, or message on WhatsApp trained specialists receive text and respond quickly *Trained volunteer specialists receive text and respond quickly with secure counseling and referrals

Services: Call Center Volunteer Opportunities, Crisis Intervention, General Crisis Intervention Hotlines

DCF, Florida Abuse Hotline

*Centralized Florida hotline responsible for receiving reports alleging abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or exploitation of children under 18, the elderly, or disabled, institutionalized or vulnerable adults as mandated in Chapters 39 and 415 of the Florida Statutes *Reports can be made anonymously if desired or person making report may request that their identity be kept confidential *Call-takers assess information and take reports when warranted 24/7 *Reports transmitted to DCF staff in local counties for investigation *Persons wanting to make a report may either call, fax, or use the website tool *Any person who knows or has reasonable cause to suspect that a child under 18, aged person, disabled or institutionalized adult is abused, neglected, abandoned or exploited is mandated by Chapter 415 of the Florida Statutes to report such information to the Florida Abuse Hotline

Services: Adult Protective Services, Child Abuse Hotlines, Children's Protective Services


Tallahassee, FL 32399

(800) 962-2873

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, Mobile Response Team

*24/7 Mobile Response Team (MRT) will go out, free of charge, to a person's home, emergency room, school or other location as needed, for an immediate and/or severe mental health crisis *Takes calls from anyone (child through adult) in a mental health crisis or their family/friends *Mobile Response Team is available when a person is expressing thoughts of suicide, experiencing out of control behaviors that place him at risk of harming self or others, or is experiencing severe stress that results in a significant decline in daily and/or family life *Counties Covered: Orange, Osceola, and Seminole

Services: In Person Crisis Intervention, Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams

5850 T G Lee Blvd Ste 400

Orlando, FL 32822

(407) 839-4357

DISC Village, End Meth Hotline

DISC Village is providing substance use counseling for people using methamphetamine and wanting treatment.

Services: Substance Use Disorder Hotlines

1000 W Tharpe St, Ste 14

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 561-0717

Dixon, Patricia, LCSW (SW10342)

*Licensed Clinical Social Worker (SW10342) in private practice who is currently accepting new patients in a practice which is not accessible and cannot be reached by public transportation *Fees $120 Initial Assessment, $75 Hourly for follow ups, sliding scale to $50 for uninsured clients; accepts Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Evernorth, Anthem and Lucet insurances *Treats adults and young adults as individuals and couples by video (telemental health); specialty treatment areas include general anxiety and depression, grief/bereavement, Pregnancy mental health, Marriage/relationship, Crisis counseling/trauma     *Therapist is female, English speaking, Caucasian & cannot prescribe or manage patient's medications

Services: Bereavement and Grief Counseling, Conjoint Counseling, Crisis Intervention, General Counseling Services, Marriage Counseling, Pregnancy Counseling, Suicide Counseling, Telemental Health

2910 Kerry Forest Parkway

D-4 224

Tallahassee, FL 32309

(850) 274-9126

Dose of Reality

*Website dedicated to educated and prevent prescription painkiller abuse in Florida with resources located around the state for students, parents, veterans, seniors, Native Americans, and businesses *Opioid Task Force includes mental health experts, law enforcement, legislators, a State Attorney, and Public Defender to improve education and prevention *Rerferrals and assistance provided by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) National Drug and Alcohol Treatment Referral Service with a phone line, an online treatment facility locator, Narcotics Anonymous Meeting information *Website includes Drug Take Back locations, where substances can be properly disposed of

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

400 S Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32399

FAMU, Counseling Services

*Provides psychiatric evaluation and counseling including crisis counseling for short term; counsels, individuals, couples and groups in person or by video (telemental health) *Counseling services are provided by mental health professionals, but also may be provided by masters and doctoral students in training; Psychiatrists and M.

Services: Conjoint Counseling, Crisis Intervention, General Counseling Services, Mental Health Screening, Psychiatric Case Management, Psychiatric Medication Services, Student Counseling Services, Support Groups, Telemental Health

1735 Wahnish Way Suite 304 (CASS Building)

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 599-3145

Florida Council Against Sexual Violence, FCASV

*24/7 Toll-Free Information Line provides information and referral to sexual assault survivors, primarily to agencies that can provide assistance and/or counseling over the phone.

Services: Sexual Assault Hotlines

1820 E Park Ave, Ste 100

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(888) 956-7273

Florida Network of Youth and Family Services

*Statewide agency provides information and referrals for both children/teens (6-17) and/or parents who are in crisis; agency does NOT provide direct services to callers *Serves as information and referral resource for CINS/FINS (Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services) and other agencies for families with a child persistently beyond the reasonable and lawful control of parents or guardians *Refers homeless, runaway, truant and at risk youth to shelters, respite care, and other helping agencies *Website has important information related to parents and youth in crisis: Parent Options (legal and otherwise) for ungovernable children, and legal rights for youth *Advocates for agencies who serve troubled youth providing training, quality improvement, contract management, data collection, research, and advocacy

Services: Family Preservation Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Parenting Skills Classes, Runaway/Homeless Youth Counseling, Runaway/Homeless Youth Helplines, Truancy Counseling

2850 Pablo Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 922-4324

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 and Grief 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

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