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Hope - Horses Helping People

*Horses Helping Heroes assists veterans, service personnel and first responders by providing equine-assisted activities and therapies free of charge *Veterans learn how horses think, how to groom and communicate with them and eventually experience riding *Activities encourage the veteran to complete tasks that will build teamwork and trust

Services: Equestrian Therapy, Veteran Reintegration Counseling

9722 SW 153rd Ave

Archer, FL 32618

Housing, Leon County, Veterans, Seniors, Disabilities

*Listings in Leon of low-income, public and/or private, affordable housing for veterans, seniors or persons with disabilities; some are open to residents of other counties in the Big Bend; **Locations have separate programs in this database with more information *TALLAHASSEE *VETERANS **Home Front Veterans Community, Big Bend Homeless Coalition, 325 John Knox Rd, Bldg B, 32303, (352) 339-5593 VA contact or (850) 792-9438 Home Front; 50 units, 1 br; vet must be homeless and eligible for VA healthcare benefits **Tallahassee Veterans Village, 1280 Kissimmee St, 32310; (850) 575-3140; one-year transitional apartments for men and women who are/were in the military; mental health services, training, education, counseling and employment assistance; not a shelter SENIORS AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES **Bethel Towers, 324 N M L King, Jr Blvd, 32301, (850) 224-2486; ages 62+, 59 units, 1 br; rent based on income, HUD **Better Angels Housing, Good News Outreach, 606 W Fourth Ave, 32303; (850) 692-3301; ages 55+, 10 units, 2 br; $680 rent plus some utilities; Accepts Section 8, average wait list is one year **Casa Calderon, 800 W Virginia St, 32304, (850) 222-4026; 112 units, 1 br; age 62+ or adults of any age with a medically verified disability, but does not provide any medical or self-care assistance; rent based on income **Goodwill, Mabry Village, 2441 Roberts Ave, 32310, (850) 574-4663; 29 units, 1,2 br; head of household or spouse must be physically disabled; persons with mental disabilities eligible but no priority; HUD **Goodwill, Oakridge Village, 274 Ross Rd, 32305, (850) 942-4777; 39 units, 1,2 br; head of household or spouse must be physically disabled; persons with mental disabilities eligible but no priority; HUD **Goodwill, Thomasville Village, 272-276 Old Boston Rd, Thomasville, GA 31792, (229) 226-4663; 19 units, 1,2 br; head of household or spouse must be physically disabled; persons with mental disabilities eligible but no priority; HUD **Home Place at Balkin, Family Promise, 2729 W Pensacola St, 32304, (850) 576-5566; permanent supportive housing set up for chronically homeless persons with disabilities; must have some income; access gained through Kearney Center **Home Plate, Family Promise, 2729 W Pensacola St, 32304, (850) 576-5566; permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless persons with disabilities; access gained through Kearney Center **Jamestown Woods Apartments, 3150 Windsong Dr, 32308, (850) 386-3006; seniors 55+ meeting income requirement, 1,2 br **Lake Ella Manor, 1433 N Adams St, 32303, (850) 224-1431; efficiencies, 1 br; seniors 62+ or under 62 if mobility impaired; rent based on 30% of adjusted gross income **Miccosukee Hills Apartments, 3201 Miccosukee Rd, 32308, (850) 878-5844; 62+ or certified disabled but capable of independent living, 1,2 br, income guidelines; usually 2 year waiting list *Miracle Village, 1208 Birmingham St, 32304, (850) 222-0561; 62+ meeting HUD income guidelines; 44 units, 1 br **Sunrise Place Apartments, 2525 Texas St, 32301, (850) 942-0035; 1,2 br; HUD, open to anyone qualifying **Westminster Gardens, (Georgia Belle), 301 E Carolina St, 32301, (850) 224-8021; 62+, studio and 1 br; income based 30% of income, HUD

Services: Housing Search Assistance, Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing, Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing, Veteran Homes

Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program (IPVAP)

*Program for Veterans, their families, caregivers and VHA employees who use or experience intimate partner violence; can include intervention for veteran who uses violence *Referral and coordination with other VA treatment providers and domestic violence shelters; community-based advocacy, legal services, and community-based support groups

Services: Domestic Violence Hotlines, Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling, Veteran/Military Hotlines

810 Vermont Ave NW

Washington, DC 20420

(850) 878-0191

Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America

*Quick Reaction Force (QRF) - provides 24/7 free and confidential peer support to assist in the following areas: accessing financial assistance (resourced out) and mental health resources, housing and homelessness needs, employment, education and legal help, and navigating and accessing benefits and more.

Services: Veteran Membership Organizations, Veteran Support Groups

85 Broad St.

18th Floor

New York, NY 10004

(855) 917-2743

Marine For Life Network

*Connects Marines transitioning out of service and their family members to employment, education and community resources *Assists transitioning Marines and veterans seeking long term careers with resources outside miliitary education benefits including over 30 program tracks with industry recognized credentials, comprehensive career coaching and job placement services, professional certificate programs available to those who qualify *Provides job specific interviews, comprehensive career coaching and job placement services along with several Recruit Military Career Fairs and networking events connecting veterans and transitioning Marines to potential employers *Eligibility: Active Duty military member (and spouse) who are 6 months away from being discharged from military active duty service with an honorable discharge Any veteran with an honorable discharge status, and their spouses National Guard/Reservists and spouses are eligible if they are an active member on a part-time status

Services: College/University Entrance Support, Employment Preparation, Military Student Transition Assistance, Military Transition Assistance Programs, Veteran Compensation and Pension Benefits, Veteran Employment Programs

3280 Russel Rd

Quantico, VA 22134

(866) 645-8762

Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, SSVF

*****Several Locations***** *Supportive Services for Veterans and Families (SSVF) *Assistance with housing searches, needs assessments, housing stability planning and securing permanent housing *Assistance coordinating VA benefits *Assistance coordinating other public benefits and community services *Referrals to job and education services, legal services, financial management resources, health services and community resources *Temporary financial assistance payable to third parties for eligible expenses including rent, deposits, utilities, child care and transportation for qualifying households

Services: Housing Search Assistance, Job Finding Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Deposit Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance, Veteran Benefits Assistance

1405 NW 13th St, Ste E

Gainesville, FL 32601

(352) 374-5600 x8360

Military.com

*Online resource that provides free membership and connects service members, military families and veterans to all the benefits of service, government benefits, scholarships, discounts, lifelong friends, mentors, great stories of military life or missions, and much more *Provides headline news and technology updates for everyone, not just veterans *Connects service members to Military Transition and Veteran Employment *A resource on this site, The Military Discount Center highlights businesses offering military discounts, deals and freebies for active duty service members, veterans and their families

Services: Job Finding Assistance, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran Membership Organizations

55 Second St, Ste 300

San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 820-3434

Military OneSource

*FOR ACTIVE-DUTY SERVICE MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY OR VETERANS WHO HAVE RETIRED IN THE PAST YEAR ONLY, AND THEIR IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS *24/7 Helpline provides support with personalized and confidential coaching, consultations, and counseling *Coaching for: health & wellness, building healthy relationships, spouse education and career opportunities, education, adoption, financial and tax consultation, document translation, language interpretation, peer-to-peer support, spouse relocation and transition, special needs, adult disability and elder care, confidential counseling, wounded warriors, caregivers and many more topics *Website offers Live Chat 24/7

Services: Military Family Service/Support Centers, Social Services for Military Personnel, Tax Preparation Assistance, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran/Military Hotlines, Veteran Reintegration Counseling

(800) 342-9647

NRD.gov

*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: Student Financial Aid, Veteran Compensation and Pension Benefits, Veteran Employment Programs, Veteran Survivors Benefits

(800) 827-1000

Operation Family Caregiver

*Free nationwide program for caregivers of veterans or service members who have a physical injury or psychological disability (such as PTSD, traumatic brain injury, etc) where coaches meet with the caregiver in person or via phone/video conferencing to introduce coping skills and problem solving strategies to lessen caregiver burden; caregivers can call their coach when dealing with the stresses of caregiving *Apply using the online referral form on the website, once submitted, caregivers can expect to be contacted about the program within 24-48 hours (excluding holidays and weekends); caregivers unable to apply online may call

Services: Caregiver Counseling, Military Family Service/Support Centers

PO Bpx 647

Americus, GA 31709

(229) 931-2034

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