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Girls on the Run Big Bend

*After school empowerment program for girls in 3rd-5th grade and 6th-8th grade where trained coaches use physical activity and dynamic discussions to build social, emotional, pysical skills, and encourage healthy habits for life *Registration OPENS AUGUST 2023 FOR FALL SEASON; Fall Season Starts September 25, 2022 *Registration is $125 per girl and includes: 20 ninety-minute sessions conducted by certified GOTR volunteer coaches, curriculum and lesson materials, a healthy snack at each session, official GOTR T-shirt and water bottle, 5K Registration fee, 5K Medal, Post 5k celebration *All registrants are considered for reduced/scholarship fees; simply answer the scholarship questions during registration, and the computer will determine your eligibility and adjust the fee accordingly.

Services: Recreational Activities/Sports, Volunteer Opportunities, Youth Enrichment Programs

PO Box 13686

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 933-6033

Goodwill Industries Big Bend, Career Training Center

*Free career development training and life skills classes serving anyone 16 and up; clients do not have to have disabilities or special needs *Adult basic education and GED classes *Employment skills in career counseling, resume writing, interviews and clothing choices; may also assist with clothing once a job is obtained; computer lab offering self-directed courses in Microsoft programs *Other training location in Quincy

Services: Adult Basic Education, Computer Literacy Training Programs, Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Life Skills Education

300 Mabry St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 279-5041

Goodwill Industries Big Bend, Prosperity Center

*Music hall, training classrooms, career express lab, fitness and wellness programs *Fitness facility charges a $10 monthly fee to use the fitness equipment, participate in classes and work individually with a fitness representative

Services: Employment Preparation, Recreational Activities/Sports, Wellness Programs

300 Mabry Street

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 576-7145

Greater Frenchtown Revitalization Council

*Health education, resources and referrals on diabetes, heart disease, obesity, cancer, a healthy lifestyle, and disease control management, free mammogram referrals for women without insurance with FAMU support; referrals for respite and personal care for seniors and medically challenged persons *Community gardening plots *Leadership training, job opportunities, after school programs, and summer camp for youth

Services: Camps, Cancer Detection, Chronic Disease Self Management Programs, Extended Child Care, General Health Education Programs, Leadership Development, Respite Care, Youth Enrichment Programs

603 N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, 2nd Fl

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 329-7303

Greenville Public Library

*Part of the Suwanee River Regional Library System which serves Madison, Hamilton, and Suwannee Counties *Materials/services include books to be checked out for 3 weeks, magazines and CD's, books-on-tape/CD's, reference services, programs for children and adults, fax services, and a teen area *Computers and wi-fi available *Basic computer skills courses available *Summer Reading Program for ages pre-school to 17 *Branches located in Lee, 7883 E US Hwy 90, 32059 and Greenville, 1325 SW Main St, 32331 *Staff may help internet users get to the correct site to apply for Medicaid, Food Stamps, TANF and unemployment, but cannot help input information due to privacy issues

Services: Computer Literacy Training Programs, Library Services, Public Internet Access Sites

1325 SW Main St

Greenville, FL 32331

(850) 948-2529

Harrell Memorial Library, Liberty County

*Offers library services: books, CD's, references, book discussion groups, child and youth programs, resource assistance services for homebound persons *Large print and talking books/magazines, magnifier aids for vision, hearing and other disabilities *Computers and computer classes available to public; exam proctoring *Offers literacy and ESL help, math kits with books and activities for parents to complete with their Pre-School and Kindergarten aged children *Other location Jimmy Weaver Memorial Library, 22149 NE SR 20, Hosford, 32334 *Bay County Public Library in Panama City headquarters of Northwest Regional Library System (NWRLS)

Services: Computer Literacy Training Programs, English as a Second Language, Library Services, Literacy Programs, Public Internet Access Sites, Test Proctoring

12818 NW Hwy 12

Bristol, FL 32321

(850) 643-2247

IMPACT Tallahassee

*Private Preschool and VPK specializing in individualized therapeutic education including daily living skills, occupational therapy, motor skills, handwriting; sensory, oral, environmental, play and socialization skills; physical, speech, art, and music therapy *After school programs; intensive instruction in daily living skills; summer camps (3-21) *Fees depend on age and special needs but range between $850 and $1020 monthly for children 1-year to 4-years old; Accept Medicaid, BC/BS, other private insurance, some funding available through other agencies, Mckay and Gardiner Scholarships *Must have a Rx for therapy from physician before children can be wait listed; forms found on website tab for application and enrollment

Services: Alternative Education, Camps, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Extended Child Care, Preschools, Transition Services for Students With Disabilities

1725 Hermitage Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 325-6301

Investing In Our Youth, Inc

*After school programs for girls ages 10-17: social and life skills, promotes sexual abstinence until marriage, mentoring and motivation for African American girls, HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, substance abuse prevention *Positive contacts with law enforcement as delinquency prevention *Summer Camp which includes educational and recreational activities *Offers rent deposit and utility payment assistance for homeless individuals in Gadsden County, those with children are the priority

Services: AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, Camps, Extended Child Care, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Life Skills Education, Mentoring Programs, Rent Payment Assistance, Substance Use Disorder Education/Prevention, Utility Deposit Assistance, Youth Centers, Youth Enrichment Programs

600 S Adams St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 570-2003

Leon County Parks and Recreation

*Responsible for oversight, monitoring, maintenance and coordination of Leon County parks, greenways, community centers, campgrounds, boating facilities, and large environmental areas *Provides athletic fields for Little League baseball and Pop Warner football *Organizes the Challenger League division of Little League baseball for mentally and physically challenged youth; accommodates participants ages 5 through 18 (or through the completion of high school)

Services: Public Parks, Recreational Activities/Sports

1907 S Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 606-1470

Lighthouse of the Big Bend, Inc

*Nonprofit agency dedicated to assisting people with vision loss.

Services: Braille Instruction, Camps, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Employment Preparation, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Visual/Reading Aids

3071 Highland Oaks Terrace

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 942-3658

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