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National Runaway Safeline/CINS/FINS

*24-hour hotline counseling for runaway youth 12-21 or those considering running away, their families and friends; crisis intervention; information and referral; message delivery; conference calls *Referrals to Safe Place locations for local youth needing shelter or other youth service agency *Free bus rides home to qualified youth (12-21 who call the hotline) via Greyhound's Home Free program; conference call and follow-up services to help facilitate the transition *Shelters, law enforcement or social service agencies can contact the National Runaway Safe Line to secure services for a child *Bullying information and response *Qualified children and families provided: intake and assessment, crisis and general counseling targeted toward family stabilization, networking with other agencies to provide needed services, case management, and facilitation of temporary shelter when needed *Information and referral resource for the CINS/FINS (Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services) for families with a child habitually truant from school, runs away, or persistently beyond the reasonable and lawful control of parents or guardians; interested callers should ask specifically for the CINS/FINS program *Chat, text and email options available through website

Services: Bullying Prevention, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Runaway/Homeless Youth Counseling, Runaway/Homeless Youth Helplines, Runaway/Youth Shelters, Truancy Counseling

3141 B N Lincoln Ave

Chicago, IL 60657

(800) 786-2929

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

*24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress *Call is routed to nearest crisis center in national network of more than 140 crisis centers *National network of local crisis centers provide crisis counseling and mental health referrals 24/7

Services: Suicide Counseling, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

50 Broadway, 19th Floor

New York, NY 10004

(800) 273-8255

Refuge House, Domestic Violence Program

*Offers emergency safe shelters in Leon and Taylor Counties for battered women and children; transitional housing; counseling, support groups and case management; special activities to help children recover; safe shelter services for men individually arranged *Outreach: individual and group counseling for women and children in shelter and in outreach offices; information and referral to other services needed, support groups for all *Legal advocacy: PADVI (The Program to Assist with Domestic Violence Injunctions) available in Leon County; explains injunction progress, assists with paperwork, provides court accompaniment, counseling and referrals for legal assistance; located in Leon County Courthouse, Room 164-A; open M-F 9am-5pm; call (850) 606-4157 *Under agreement with Tallahassee-Leon County Animal Shelter, pets of families entering shelter may be kept at center for two weeks at no charge unless they need vaccinations; should stay need to be longer, each case assessed individually *Additional phone numbers for outreach offices open various day time hours in counties surrounding Leon: *Franklin County: (850) 653-3313 *Gadsden and Liberty Counties: (850) 627-9377 *Jefferson County: (850) 342-3581 *Wakullla County: (850) 926-9005 *Taylor County: (850) 584-8808 *Madison County: (850) 973-4144

Services: Advocacy, Crime Victim Support, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Domestic Violence Shelters, Domestic Violence Support Groups, Sexual Assault Hotlines, Sexual Assault Shelters, Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling

Confidential Location

Tallahassee, FL 32316

(850) 681-2111

Refuge House, Sexual Violence Program

*Services to survivors of sexual assault or abuse, and to friends and family of survivors including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual victims, youth 12 and older who have experienced sexual violence, abuse, or dating violence, and prostituted and trafficked women and children: crisis intervention, ongoing individual and/or group counseling, support groups, information and referral, victim advocacy *Forensic examinations by trained female nurse practitioners available at hospital *Short-term emergency shelter for survivors unable to return home directly after incident *Victims of prostitution and human trafficking welcomed for services *Additional phone numbers for outreach offices open various day time hours in counties surrounding Leon: *Franklin County: (850) 653-3313 *Gadsden and Liberty Counties: (850) 627-9377 *Jefferson County: (850) 342-3518 *Wakullla County: (850) 926-9005 *Taylor County: (850) 584-8808 *Madison County: (850) 973-4144

Services: Advocacy, Child Sexual Abuse Counseling, Human Trafficking Prevention, Sexual Assault Counseling, Sexual Assault Hotlines, Sexual Assault/Incest Support Groups, Sexual Assault Treatment

PO Box 20910

Tallahassee, FL 32316

(850) 681-2111

Safe Call Now

*24/7 resource and crisis hotline for all types of public safety employees and their families, including veterans *Public safety employees include all types of first responders, dispatchers, corrections officers and anyone in an occupation which provides protection to the public *All calls are confidential *Hotline is answered by officers, former law enforcement officers, public safety professionals and/or mental healthcare providers who are familiar with the stressors of public safety work *Hotline counselors listen and provide support, help assess the caller's situation and determine a course of action, and provide referrals *Website has an email option

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

PO Box 141122, Spokane Valley

Spokane, WA 99214

(206) 459-3020

Survive & Thrive Advocacy Center

*Provide emergency and joint case management for victims of human trafficking as a collaboration to provide services to *Work with existing agencies and organizations as a single point of contact for those who are assisting victims victims re: shelter, case management, health care, legal services, education, job assistance and counseling *Promote public awareness of human trafficking; offer training and outreach, *Services and Referral Directory on-line, can be downloaded as PDF and printed *Offers free, certificate-based training the third Friday of each month.

Services: Human Trafficking Hotlines, Human Trafficking Legal Assistance, Human Trafficking Prevention

PO Box 13898

Tallahassee, FL 32317

(850) 597-2080

Tallahassee, City, Senior Center, Upslide Program

*Upslide (Utilizing and Promoting Social Engagement for Loneliness, Isolation and Depression in the Elderly) provides free counseling services to individuals 50 and older who are dealing with loneliness, isolation and/or depression and want to be more socially active and engaged *Outreach visits, counseling and support-style chat groups by volunteers serve as a non-threatening gateway to become socially engaged and connected *Independent and active individuals are encouraged to participate in the Senior Center and other community centers programs *The Senior Center will help with connection to Dial-a-Ride and other transportation services as needed

Services: Early Intervention for Mental Illness, Geriatric Counseling, Senior Centers, Volunteer Opportunities

1400 N Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 891-4066

Trans Lifeline

*Hotline for transgender people experiencing a crisis, including people struggling with gender identity or not sure if they are transgender *Primary goal is to prevent self-harm, but will speak with any transgender person in need *Staffed by volunteers who identify as transgender and are educated on a range of difficulties transgender people experience *Offers information about how to access transition related health care or find support groups in their area *Funding available to assist with covering the costs for non-cisgender people to update the following documents: passport, drivers license, state ID, court order name change, immigration documents, and tribal IDs *If you're not sure whether you should call or not, please call *Will only call emergency services with your expressed consent *If no one is available to take call, try again later

Services: Gender Identity Counseling, LGBTQ Helplines, Specialized Information and Referral, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

2443 Fillmore St. #380-9468

San Francisco, CA 94115

(877) 565-8860

Trevor Project, The

*Project to promote acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth and aid in suicide prevention among that group *Trevor Lifeline: free and confidential national helpline available 24/7 that targets gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth, ages 13-24, but will speak with any youth in crisis *Chat and text available 24/7; Text START to 678678 (Standard text messaging rates apply) *Website has a variety of information and resources: *TrevorSpace: online international peer-to-peer community for LGBTQ youth, ages 13-24, and their friends *Trevor Support Center: where LGBTQ youth and allies can find answers to FAQs and explore resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity and more

Services: LGBTQ Helplines, Sexual Orientation Counseling, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

PO Box 69232

West Hollywood, CA 90069

(866) 488-7386

USVA, National VA Caregiver Support Line

*Veteran caregiver support line answers questions, listens to concerns and links caregivers of veterans to the Caregiver Support Coordinator at their local VA Medical Center *Caregiver Support Coordinators can locate assistance for information and referral, education, mental health counseling, and self care programs *Two programs for caregivers available: Program of General Caregiver Support Services for veterans of all eras, Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers for injured post 9/11 veterans *Caregivers of injured post 9/11 veterans with a TBI, or neurological injury who need assistance with one or more daily living tasks may qualify for a monthly stipend, health insurance, travel benefits, and respite care

Services: Caregiver Counseling, Military Family Service/Support Centers, Veteran/Military Hotlines

1601 SW Archer Rd

Gainesville, FL 32608

(855) 260-3274

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