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Florida Senior Medicare Patrol

*Statewide hotline with trained volunteers that educate Medicare and Medicaid recipients and caregivers on how to protect themselves from fraud and what to do about fraud should they suspect it *Takes reports from the public about suspected Medicare and Medicaid fraud *Consumer counseling and advocacy to resolve billing issues *Notifies appropriate agencies of suspected cases of fraud, errors and abuse

Services: Medicaid Fraud Reporting, Medicare Fraud Reporting

8440 Jefferson Hwy, Ste 101

Baton Rouge, LA 70809

(877) 272-8720

Florida Workers' Compensation, Division of

*Administers and enforces Florida's workers compensation laws *Provides assistance to employers, injured workers, insurance carriers, and health care providers; injured workers may receive assistance in resolving claim disputes and certain reemployment services *Ensures self-execution of workers' compensation system through education, informing stakeholders of their rights and responsibilities, leveraging data to deliver services, and holding parties accountable for meeting obligations

Services: Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs, Workers Compensation

200 E Gaines St

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 413-1600

HHS, Medicare Information Line

*National number offering 24 hour service regarding questions and answers relating to all aspects of Medicare *Callers can listen to a wide range of recorded information, visit website, or access customer service representative

Services: Medicare

Contact Ctr Op, PO Box 1270

Lawrence, KS 66044

(800) 633-4227

HHS, Tips, Fraud OIG Hotline Operations

*Hotline established by the Office of the Inspector General, US Dept of Health and Human Services *Allows callers to report cases of suspected fraud, waste, or mismanagement of Medicare, Medicaid or ACA by a health care provider or company *Also deals with child support enforcement, consumer alerts, and whistleblower ombudsman *Complaints may also be filed via the website

Services: Consumer Fraud Reporting, Medicaid Fraud Reporting, Medicare Fraud Reporting

PO Box 23489

Washington, DC 20026

(800) 447-8477

Kearney Center, The

*The homeless shelter in Tallahassee for adult men and women with no children (aka Comprehensive Emergency Services Center) *Callers who are located outside the Big Bend’s eight-county region will be referred to seek services with their local Continuum of Care *One-stop service center for homeless and near-homeless people: referrals and assistance for housing, benefits (Food Stamps,TANF, VA, Medicaid, etc), employment, medical, training, GED classes, help with getting a Florida photo ID card or driver's license, prescription assistance and case management during daytime *Daytime Services: M-F, laundry, showers, access to phones and computers, access to case management, and supportive services from partnering agency representatives on-site *Persons staying at the shelter may receive bus passes *Persons not staying at the shelter may receive bus passes if they have a bus pass referral from another agency *Medical services provided nightly 5:30pm-7:30pm by nursing staff *Targets homeless and near-homeless persons experiencing an emergency *Designed to serve clients face-to-face; calls can not always be answered due to limited staff *Sex offenders can get daytime services and meals, but can not stay in the shelter due to its proximity to Hope House *Rapid Confidential HIV testing with results in 15 minutes for shelter residents and anyone in the community, 10am-2pm, every first, third and fifth Wednesday *Free full dental services M-F, 8am-1pm and 2pm-5pm in Kearney Center; must be a participant at Kearney Center, Westgate or Dwellings, Leon County resident, 18 years of age with no other access to dental care, and meet Federal Poverty Guidelines

Services: Confidential HIV Testing, Dental Care, Food Stamps/SNAP, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Health Care Referrals, Homeless Drop In Centers, Homeless Shelter, Job Finding Assistance, Laundry Facilities, Prescription Expense Assistance, Public Showers/Baths, Rapid HIV Tests, Records/Licenses/Permits

2650 Municipal Way

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 792-9000

PAEC, Migrant Education Program

*Identifies migrant families, specifically with school-age children and assists in registering them for school, providing English classes and health screenings before they enter school *Assists with meeting basic needs in food, clothing, and social services through referrals to appropriate health and social services *Nutrition education, early intervention, tutorial and summer programs for school children, and Interpretation and translation services *ACCESS Florida Center and Kids Care collaborative partner

Services: Food Stamps/SNAP, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Health Care Referrals, Medicaid, Migrant Education Programs, Summer School Programs, TANF

315 N Key St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-3806

Prestige Health Choice

*One of two Managed Medical Assistance (MMA) plans serving Medicaid recipients in the Big Bend; also known as a Medicaid HMO *Gives referrals to persons on the MMA plan for primary care medical services along with vision, behavioral/mental health, medications, some dental and physical therapy, and other specialty health services including prenatal care

Services: Health Care Referrals, Medicaid

8171 Baymeadows Way W

Jacksonville, FL 32256

(855) 464-8812

Seniors vs Crime

*Assists Florida Attorney General in preventing crimes against the elderly, educates seniors about consumer scams and frauds, assists senior victims through volunteer mediation services or through referral to other agencies, and promotes senior involvement with law enforcement *Helps seniors make good financial decisions and avoid being cheated and to recognize the patterns of fraud and schemes that are used to cheat seniors *Tries to make senior financial scam victims whole *Assist with identity theft, billing charges, reimbursement of funds, auto sales, timeshares, tree service scams, car payment problems, and more *Located at the Tallahassee Senior Center

Services: Consumer Fraud Reporting, Crime Victim Support, Medicaid Fraud Reporting, Medicare Fraud Reporting

1400 N Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(800) 203-3099

Social Security Administration, Big Bend Area

*Processes applications for Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability benefits *Provides assistance with all areas relating to SSA/SSI and processes all requests for original or duplicate Social Security cards *Before calling the local office, call the Region 4 Information and Referral Helpline

Services: Social Security Retirement Benefits, SSI

2002 Old St Augustine Rd, Bldg B-12

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(866) 248-2088

Social Security Administration, Region 4

*Information and Referral Helpline provides assistance with all areas of Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability benefits (SSA/SSI) *Processes all requests for original or duplicate Social Security cards *Region 4 covers the Southeastern United States, provides phone numbers and addresses of local offices by city

Services: Social Security Retirement Benefits, SSI

61 Forsyth St SW, Ste 23T29

Atlanta, GA 30303

(800) 772-1213

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