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Lutheran Social Services of North Florida

*Better Angels housing, for Low Income Seniors 55++ ONLY; rent is $680 per month, ten 2 bedroom/1 bath units which include garbage and sewer (but not electricity) and on-site service coordinator facilitating independent living *Section 8 senior housing vouchers accepted *Computer Refurbishing and Technical Assistance (CRTA) program recycles computers donated by the community for distribution to low income individuals and human service agencies in Tallahassee and the Greater Big Bend area of North Florida; donations of equipment are accepted, hard drives erased; computer requests from individuals are not accepted; to receive a PC, an individual must be referred through a 501(c)(3) non profit organization or a school guidance counselor that has verified their low-income status, cost of computer is generally $50 *KidSafe provides families in need with new child safety car seats for $15, must be referred by an agency, but interested persons may call to find out which agencies can make referrals

Services: Child Passenger Safety Seats, Computer Distribution Programs, Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing, Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing

606 W 4th Ave, Ste 11

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 575-4309

National Diaper Bank Network

*This agency does NOT supply diapers to callers so do not offer the referral to callers in need; it provides information as to what agencies offer diapers in various locations around the US and how a program may get started; the closest to the Big Bend is in Panama City *Without diapers, babies cannot participate in early childhood education programs; without child care, parents cannot go to work *Babies who remain too long in a soiled diaper are exposed to potential health risks *Most childcare centers, even free and subsidized facilities require parents to provide a day's supply of disposable diapers and cloth diapers are not accepted at the vast majority of child care centers *Many parents cannot go to work or school if they can't leave their babies at child care

Services: Diapers

155 East St, Ste 101

New Haven, CT 06511

(203) 821-7348

National Resource Directory

*Online searchable resource database for veterans, wounded warriors, service members, and their families *Resources for benefits and compensation, education and training, employment, family and caregiver support, health, homeless assistance, housing, military adaptive sports program, and transportation and travel

Services: Household Goods

(800) 827-1000

Pregnancy Center of Gadsden County

*Offers free pregnancy testing and ultrasound; assists women in carrying pregnancy to full term *Faith-based program to assist women and men involved in planned and unplanned pregnancies *Pregnancy counseling, adoption information, abortion recovery, peer mentors *Maternity and baby clothes available, accept donations of clothing, baby furniture, baby necessities *Services available in Spanish

Services: Adoption Information/Referrals, Baby Clothing, Maternity Clothing, Pregnancy Counseling, Pregnancy Testing

106 NE 1st St

Havana, FL 32333

(850) 539-1221

Pregnancy Help and Information Center

5/28/20: COVID-19 UPDATE: LIMITED SERVICES BEING OFFERED ON A DRIVE THROUGH BASIS ONLY, MUST CALL FIRST COMPLETE INTAKE IF NOT ALREADY A CLIENT, AND FOR TIMES OF ALL OTHER SERVICES SUCH AS BABY ITEMS, PREGNANCY TEST TO TAKE HOME, CLASSES ON FACEBOOK *Offers free pregnancy testing and assists women in carrying pregnancy to full term *Information on adoption and prenatal care; free ultrasound if eligible *Pregnancy education and childbirth coaches, parenting education *Counseling regarding abortion alternatives and post-abortion support; pro-life agency *Stork Room: maternity clothes, clothing for children sizes infant through 4T, diapers, baby furniture and equipment (when available), formula and baby food *Dad University; Abstinence Education Program; Speaker's Bureau

Services: Adoption Information/Referrals, Baby Clothing, Formula/Baby Food, Household Goods, Maternity Clothing, Parenting Skills Classes, Postabortion Counseling, Pregnancy Counseling, Pregnancy Testing

1710 S Gadsden St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 222-7177

Promise Land Ministries Lighthouse, Inc

*Church-affiliated organization: transitional housing and 12-step rehabilitation center for both men and women dealing with substance abuse or addiction *18 beds for men; 7 beds for women; open 24-hours a day; dormitory housing when space available; length of stay varies depending upon individual needs *Program is NOT a temporary homeless shelter *Food pantry open to the community first W of month, Noon-3pm *Provides meal assistance upon request when food supplies are available; appointments needed to receive food outside of food pantry hours *Donation-based handyman and lawn services provided *Thrift store with clothing and household goods located at 3299 Crawfordville Hwy, Crawfordville, 32327, open 9am-4pm, M, Tu, Th, F, Sa

Services: Food Pantries, Household Goods, In Home Assistance, Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities, Thrift Shops, Transitional Housing/Shelter

3167 Coastal Hwy

Crawfordville, FL 32327

(850) 926-3281

Sacred Soil Project

*Mobile nonprofit which goes into camps, streets, and bridges to help homeless veterans offering food, access to community resources, other comforts and encouragement *Offers referrals for rent and utility assistance ONLY FOR VETERAN'S who are currently homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, and meet income and other eligibility criteria

Services: General Clothing Provision, Outreach Programs, Veteran Support Groups

PO Box 12692

Tallahassee, FL 32317

(850) 999-9427

SafeLink Wireless

7/13/20: COVID-19 Update: Persons receiving unemployment benefits due to COVID-19 may also qualify *Provider for federal Lifeline program which offers a free cellular phone with plan that gives 350 free minutes and unlimited texts per month for income eligible households that meet certain requirements *Automatic eligibility offered to persons already participating in Public Housing Assistance/Section 8, Food Stamps, LIHEAP, SSI, National School Lunch (free program only), TANF, Medicaid or Bureau of Indian Affairs programs *Alternative eligibility: total household income 150% of federal poverty guidelines and must be verified *To apply by phone, persons must call during business hours and follow prompts *Applying on-line faster and easier *No other Lifeline service can be used in household and applicant must have valid US postal service address (No PO Box numbers accepted)

Services: Cell Phones

9700 NW 112th Ave

Miami, FL 33178

(800) 723-3546

Salvation Army, Basic Needs Assistance

11/23/20: PROGRAM IS CLOSED COMPLETELY FOR THE WEEK OF 11/23 THROUGH 11/27, IN ORDER TO PREPARE AND SERVE THANKSGIVING MEAL ON 11/25.

Services: Diapers, Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision, Personal/Grooming Supplies, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2410 Allen Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 222-0304

School Uniform Services

*Offers assistance with obtaining school uniforms to children in need attending public schools for which uniforms are required in the Big Bend area *Parents should call the number for their individual county; in Leon County parents should call the child's school

Services: School Clothing

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Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 487-7100

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