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Apalachee Center, Homeless Project

*Provides outreach, mental health case management and psychiatric/medication management and supportive services for homeless persons with severe and persistent mental illness who are uninsured with a goal to provide clinical assessment, supportive services, and stabilize functioning *Outreach at the Kearney Center and street outreach to enroll clients where they are screened and offered intake if needed by therapists and social workers from various agencies involved in Big Bend Homeless Coalition *SSI/SSDI Outreach, access and recovery (SOAR) Services to assist eligible adults and children who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and have a serious mental illness, medical impairment, and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder with applications and access.

Services: Case/Care Management, Mental Health Screening, Outreach Programs, Psychiatric Medication Services

471 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 523-3269

Apalachicola Margaret Key Library

*Books, other library services, and computers for public use *Faxing, printing, scanning, wi-fi available *Computer access to on-line government benefits available; assistance is very limited

Services: Library Services, Public Internet Access Sites

80 12th St

Apalachicola, FL 32320

(850) 653-8436

Autism Society

*Information and referral for anyone looking for help with autism *Trained staff helps identify local and alternative resources *Website resources: federal, state and local agencies; professionals, education, medical service providers; support systems, and research facilities

Services: Autism Therapy, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Information Services

6110 Executive Blvd, Ste 305

Rockville, MD 20852

(800) 328-8476


*Online library of Ebooks for people with reading barriers *Online learning, tools for trainers, video tutorials, how-to guides *Reading can be customized according to individual needs; examples include: Listen to books with high quality audio; See text and follow along with word-level highlighting; Adjust reading speed, font, and color; Enlarge font size; Read in braille; Add bookmarks and notes; Take advantage of partners apps and study tools *Almost 700,000 books available

Services: Reading Services for People With Disabilities

480 S California Ave

Palo Alto, CA 94306

(650) 352-0198


*Organization offers counseling, support groups, education, workshops, publications, financial assistance, co-pay assistance, and community programs *Free short-term counseling from oncology social workers by phone or online *Financial Assistance Program helps with treatment-related costs, such as transportation, home care and child care; funding available depends on diagnosis and location; to be eligible you must have a confirmed diagnosis of cancer, be in active treatment, be a U.

Services: Disease/Disability Information, Health/Disability Related Counseling, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Internet Support Groups, Medical Care Expense Assistance, Medical Information Services, Prescription Expense Assistance, Telemental Health

275 Seventh Ave, 22nd Floor

New York, NY 10001

(800) 813-4673

Cancer Hope Network

*Free confidential, one-on-one emotional support for adult cancer patients and their families via telephone and chats *Match cancer patients or family members, their loved ones, or non-family caregivers with trained volunteers who have undergone and recovered from a similar cancer experience *Information on clinical trials and what to expect, resources

Services: Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Information Services

2 North Road, Ste A

Chester, NJ 07930

(877) 467-3638

CDC, Centers for Disease Control

*Scientifically based health and safety information on many diseases and health topics, including issues recently covered in media *CDC's primary source of public health information for general public and health providers *Provides information, but does not diagnose any disease

Services: COVID-19 Control, General Health Education Programs, Infectious Disease Specialty, Medical Information Services, Vaccine Information

1600 Clifton Rd

Atlanta, GA 30329

(800) 232-4636

CDC, National Prevention Information Network

*National Prevention Information Network (NPIN): reference and referral for information on HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases and tuberculosis *Next-generation clearinghouse collecting and disseminating data and materials to support work of prevention organizations and workers internationally, nationally, state and local *Facilitates collaboration in sharing information, resources, published materials, research and trends

Services: HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis Medication, HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Medication, Medical Information Services

1600 Clifton Rd

Atlanta, GA 30333

(800) 232-4636

Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)

*Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: educates, advocates, and supports research *Health information specialist will provide information by phone or on-line *Many cities have support groups for parents of children with ADHD and/or adults with ADHD *Parent to Parent training program helps parents effectively manage ADHD-related issues and advocate for their child *Training, conferences, on-line webinars, magazine, newsletters

Services: General Health Education Programs, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Information Services

4221 Forbes Blvd, Ste 270

Lanham, MD 20706

(301) 306-7070

Copline, An Officer's Lifeline

*24/7 national crisis, suicide and general counseling hotline for any type of law enforcement officer, active or retired, and their families *Answered by retired officers who are vetted and trained in active listening and provide assistance with successful management of various stressors that impact law enforcement officers and their families *All calls are confidential and the caller can trust that their agency will not be informed *Should the caller need further assistance, the peer listener has access to clinical referrals to therapists and programs in the caller's area to further assist with ongoing stressors

Services: General Crisis Intervention Hotlines, Specialized Information and Referral, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

501 Iron Bridge Rd #6

Freehold, NJ 07728

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