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Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association (FADAA)

COVID-19 Update - Phone calls or email only, no in person business *Non-profit, membership organization representing community-based substance abuse treatment and prevention agencies throughout Florida *Advancing addiction treatment, prevention and research through public policy leadership, communications and professional development for service providers *Resource Center open to professionals and public with information on substance abuse and related topics *Acts as clearing house, does not provide treatment *Provides Information only to the public, not referrals (Other services are for workers in the substance abuse area)

Services: Professional Skills Development Support

2868 Mahan Dr, Ste 1

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 878-2196

Florida Dept of Health, WIC Program

*Women, Infants, and Children nutrition program *Supplementary food program for pregnant women, nursing mothers, infants, and children up to age 5 *Nutrition counseling *Breastfeeding support and consultation *The toll free number provides information about the WIC program, refers clients to local WIC offices, and handles complaints about WIC services

Services: Breastfeeding Support Programs, Consumer Complaints, Formula/Baby Food, WIC

Various locations throughout Florida

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(800) 342-3556

Florida KidCare

*Offers either free or affordable, low-cost health insurance for eligible, uninsured children birth through age 18 (coverage ends when child turns 19) *In some cases there may be no charge, or may pay as little as $15 or $20 per month for all children in the family; there is a full pay option for ages 1-18 for eligible households with high incomes *Covered services: doctor visits, immunizations, dental care, prescriptions, hospital, surgery, vision and hearing care, mental health, preexisting conditions *Four possible programs under the umbrella of Florida Kidcare: *Medicaid for ages birth-18 *Children's Medical Services (CMS) for ages birth to 18 with special healthcare needs *MediKids for ages 1-4 *Florida Healthy Kids for ages 5-18 *KidCare will determine which program child may be eligible for based on age, family income and any special health care needs (Note that either Medicaid or CMS are the only possibilities for ages birth to 1 year old) *Lawfully residing immigrant children may be eligible, and their parents immigration status will not be asked *A child who is a member of a federally recognized America Indian or Alaskan Native tribe may qualify for no-cost *For more information, visit and apply online at www.

Services: Children's State/Local Health Insurance Programs, Health Insurance/Dental Coverage

1203 Governors Square Blvd, Ste 400

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(888) 540-5437

Florida National Guard, Family Assistance Centers

*Eight Family Assistance Centers around Florida offer practical assistance and emotional support for families and/or persons in the Florida National Guard or any branch of the military; including veterans *Services include sessions to help prepare for deployment, establishing a family care plan, relocation assistance, financial planning, explaining health benefits, and information and referrals to government and other agencies that interact with the military on family and quality of life issues *Emergency financial assistance when funds are available, most often granted to spouses of deployed service members for unexpected emergencies *Gold Star Program for families who have lost a loved one during active duty, provides emotional support and referrals to support groups, spiritual resources, bereavement and financial counselors, along with guidance to additional survivor resources

Services: Bereavement Counseling, Emergency Funds, General Bereavement Support Groups, Military Family Service/Support Centers, Social Services for Military Personnel, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran/Military Health Insurance

1225 Easterwood Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(850) 528-9476

Florida Office of Early Learning

*Child Care Resource and Referral Network (CCR&R) provides child care options and community resources *Parents referred to local Early Learning Coalitions in their area for assistance and entry into school readiness and VPK programs *Specialists help families choose quality care and other community resources

Services: Child Care Centers, Child Care Expense Assistance, Early Head Start, Head Start, Preschools

250 Marriott Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(866) 357-3239

Florida Reemployment Assistance Benefits

*Reemployment Assistance Benefits was formerly known as Unemployment Compensation, Benefits or Insurance *May provide temporary cash assistance for persons who were laid-off, fired, quit or had hours reduced through no fault of their own and meet eligibility requirements *Furloughed goverment employees affected by the federal strike fall into the category of "laid off" and may apply *To apply: Go to www.

Services: Unemployment Insurance

PO Box 5270

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(800) 681-8102

Florida Troops to Teachers Program Office

*Assists transitioning service members with meeting the requirements necessary to become teachers *Assists program participants with finding employment as a teacher when eligible *Provides reintegration counseling and referral services for participants *Located in Room 239

Services: Student Financial Aid, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran Compensation and Pension Benefits, Veteran Reintegration Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation

444 Appleyard Drive

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 201-0382

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

FSU, Career Center, Career Advising

*Career Advising and Counseling: helps individuals in career decision-making, exploring information on occupations, majors, and future education; internships, cooperative education and placement services *Employer Relations and Recruitment Services: Assists seniors, grad students, alumni with post graduate education and employment needs; career expos and on-campus interviews available; job interview preparation, resume writing assistance *Conducts research on counseling and career development *Walk-ins preferred; appointments can be made by calling or visiting the office *Open to the community, not just FSU students *Maintains listings of primarily part-time, temporary or seasonal jobs geared toward students but available to anyone through a software program called Handshake

Services: Colleges/Universities, Employment Preparation, Job Finding Assistance

100 S Woodward Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-6431

FSU, Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans

*Entrepreneurship Boot camp for Veterans (EBV) Accelerate is a 3 phase, boot camp-style program that handles topics such as finance, management, marketing and strategy planning held at Florida State University *Open to all veteran business owners – 50% or more ownership maintained by veteran, must be in business for 3 or more years, and they must employ 5 or more full time employees *Veteran business owner must have served active duty with honorable discharge or general discharge under honorable conditions *Graduates of other IMVF (Institute for Veteran and Military Families) programs are eligible to apply (must meet stated criteria) *Applicants accepted into EBV Accelerate programs will have lodging and meals provided to them; travel not included *Available in 2021

Services: Business Development, Career Development, Job Finding Assistance, Veteran Employment Programs

111 S Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 644-3372

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