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Internal Revenue Service Taxpayer Assistance Center

*2020 tax filing season is from late January - April 15th *This office provides free tax help by appointment only *No tax help is given over the phone *Interested persons must call the Tallahassee office and listen to recorded instructions on how to get an appointment

Services: Tax Preparation Assistance

1211 Governors Square Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 402-8659

Jefferson County Clerk of the Circuit Court

*Serves the judicial circuit involving felony jurisdiction matters; calls citizens for jury duty *County Recorder: legal documents (liens, mortgages, marriages, adoptions, etc), and authorizes declaration of domicile and residency affidavits *Tax deed sales of public auctions advertised in legal advertisements *Temporary injunctions to assist victims of domestic violence or repeat violence *Serves the Circuit and County Courts and the Board of County Commissioners, acting as accountant, auditor and custodian of county funds

Services: Court Filing Offices, Public Officials Offices, Records/Licenses/Permits

1 Courthouse Circle

Jefferson County Courthouse

Monticello, FL 32344

(850) 342-0218

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

Legal Services of North Florida, Quincy

*Provides legal services: consumer difficulties, public assistance benefits (SSI, SSID, food stamps and TANF), housing problems (especially evictions and foreclosures), family law in cases of abuse *Disaster relief services may be provided to persons who have suffered legal problems including those impacted by the Oil Spill *Will help with filing overdue tax returns throughout the year; additional website address for tax help is www.

Services: Benefits Assistance, Child Support Assistance/Enforcement, Disaster Relief Services, Divorce Assistance, Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services, Education Discrimination Assistance, General Legal Aid, Landlord/Tenant Assistance, Mortgage Delinquency and Default Counseling, Tax Preparation Assistance

121 N Jackson St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-9881

Leon County Clerk of Court and Comptroller

*Records legal documents (liens, mortgages, deeds, adoptions, etc); passport applications and renewals available; performs marriages; authorizes declaration of domicile and residency affidavits; handles domestic partnership registry.

Services: Court Filing Offices, Records/Licenses/Permits

1276 Metropolitan Blvd.

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 606-4030

Leon County Clerk of Courts, Official Records Division

*Allows domestic partners who live in a committed family relationship, but are not legally married, to register to receive the following benefits: a) healthcare facility visitation; b) healthcare decisions; c) funeral and burial decisions; d) notification of family members; e) preneed guardian designation; f) correctional facility visitation rights; g) participation in education *Full registration documents are available in the Clerk's office or online

Services: Records/Licenses/Permits

1276 Metropolitan Blvd. #101

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 606-4030

Leon County Clerk of the Circuit Court,Traffic Citations

*Allows persons charged with a moving traffic violation to attend driver improvement school (NON-eligible are violations involving driver's license, vehicle registration, proof of insurance, speeding in excess of 30 MPH or leaving a child under 6 unattended in a vehicle) *Two benefits: no points assessed against license and the violation "adjudication withheld" *Civil penalty, reduced fine plus court costs required to be paid and attendance must be completed within two months of election to attend; election affidavit must be notarized and submitted with payment.

Services: Records/Licenses/Permits, Traffic Courts

301 S Monroe St, Rm #100

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 606-4100

Leon County Tax Collector, Handicapped Parking Permits

*Provides placards allowing disabled individuals to park in handicapped parking spaces *Affected persons may pick up appropriate form at any tax collector or motor vehicle service offices, or from their doctor's office *Doctor must complete form attesting to permanent or temporary disability *Form can then be returned in person or mailed to any office to receive proper placard; *Office locations: 1276 Metropolitan Blvd, Ste 102; 870-1 Blountstown Hwy; 3477 S Monroe St; 3840 N Monroe St; 2900 Apalachee Pkwy, B-133 *For web site information - type in www.

Services: Records/Licenses/Permits

1276 Metropolitan Blvd, Ste 102

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 606-4700

Liberty County Clerk of the Court/Comptroller

*Constitutional elected officer for Liberty County *Office of the Clerk performs a wide range of record keeping, information management, financial management and performing marriages in the judicial system and county government

Services: City Government Departments/Offices, Court Filing Offices, Records/Licenses/Permits

10818 NW SR 20

Bristol, FL 32321

(850) 643-2215

Life in Focus

*ACTS, Alcohol Chemical Treatment Series: education program targets understanding of substance abuse and relating it to solving individual problems *Parenting education: ten week course *Release & Refocus: anger management, helps individual or family accept responsibility for problems, deal with negative emotions and learn to make good choices in future *Life skills involving financial growth, employment development *Mentoring of incarcerated individuals and their family members *Relationship workshops, parenting education, anger management

Services: Anger Management, Life Skills Education, Mentoring Programs, Parenting Skills Classes, Personal Financial Counseling, Substance Use Disorder Education/Prevention

6275 Thomasville Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32309

(850) 877-2287

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