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HSC, Bay, Franklin, Gulf Healthy Start Coalition, Inc

*Healthy Start Coalitions (HSC's) offer CONNECT (aka Coordinated Intake and Referral) which is a one-stop entry point for needed or desired services for all pregnant women and families with infants/toddlers up to age 3 *Pregnant women and families may either be referred by another agency or may self-refer; participation in services is entirely voluntary and not based on income, citizenship or Medicaid acceptance *Available services vary by county, but all offer prenatal and infant/toddler support services often on a home visit basis; including: breastfeeding and childbirth education, nutrition counseling, tobacco cessation services, support groups, mental health counseling, parenting support and education, infant/toddler developmental education and screenings, information or assistance with applying for pregnancy Medicaid (SOBRA); In some counties, assistance may be available for low-income women who cannot get Medicaid to find low-cost prenatal care *One of the goals of Healthy Start Coalitions is to connect women experiencing perinatal depression (which includes anxiety and other mood disorders) to mental health services; Women participating in any of the programs are offered a brief screening questionnaire (the Edinburgh Depression Scale) during their pregnancy and during the postpartum period *Fatherhood coaches available to assist current and new fathers; T.

Services: Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment

2101 Northside Dr, Unit 101

Panama City, FL 32405

(800) 895-9506

HSC, Capital Area Healthy Start Coalition

*Healthy Start Coalitions (HSC's) offer CONNECT (aka Coordinated Intake and Referral) which is a one-stop entry point for needed or desired services for all pregnant women and families with infants/toddlers up to age 3 *Pregnant women and families may either be referred by another agency or may self-refer; participation in services is entirely voluntary and not based on income, citizenship or Medicaid acceptance *Available services vary by county, but all offer prenatal and infant/toddler support services often on a home visit basis; including: breastfeeding and childbirth education, nutrition counseling, tobacco cessation services, support groups, mental health counseling, parenting support and education, infant/toddler developmental education and screenings, information or assistance with applying for pregnancy Medicaid (SOBRA); In some counties, assistance may be available for low-income women who cannot get Medicaid to find low-cost prenatal care *One of the goals of Healthy Start Coalitions is to connect women experiencing perinatal depression (which includes anxiety and other mood disorders) to mental health services; Women participating in any of the programs are offered a brief screening questionnaire (the Edinburgh Depression Scale) during their pregnancy and during the postpartum period *COAST Through Pregnancy supports women at risk for experiencing poor birth outcomes or postpartum complications due to high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, or mental health concerns; provides items including but not limited to blood pressure monitors, glucometers, and scales *Fatherhood coaches available to assist current and new fathers; T.

Services: Breastfeeding Support Programs, Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment

1311 N Paul Russell Rd, Ste A101

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 488-0288

HSC, Chipola Healthy Start Coalition

*Healthy Start Coalitions (HSC's) offer CONNECT (aka Coordinated Intake and Referral) which is a one-stop entry point for needed or desired services for all pregnant women and families with infants/toddlers up to age 3 *Pregnant women and families may either be referred by another agency or may self-refer; participation in services is entirely voluntary and not based on income, citizenship or Medicaid acceptance *Available services vary by county, but all offer prenatal and infant/toddler support services often on a home visit basis; including: breastfeeding and childbirth education, nutrition counseling, tobacco cessation services, support groups, mental health counseling, parenting support and education, infant/toddler developmental education and screenings, information or assistance with applying for pregnancy Medicaid (SOBRA); In some counties, assistance may be available for low-income women who cannot get Medicaid to find low-cost prenatal care *One of the goals of Healthy Start Coalitions is to connect women experiencing perinatal depression (which includes anxiety and other mood disorders) to mental health services; Women participating in any of the programs are offered a brief screening questionnaire (the Edinburgh Depression Scale) during their pregnancy and during the postpartum period *Fatherhood coaches available to assist current and new fathers; T.

Services: Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment

2944 Penn Ave, Ste A

Marianna, FL 32448

(850) 482-1236

HSC, Gadsden County Healthy Start Coalition

*Healthy Start Coalitions (HSC's) offer CONNECT (aka Coordinated Intake and Referral) which is a one-stop entry point for needed or desired services for all pregnant women and families with infants/toddlers up to age 3 *Pregnant women and families may either be referred by another agency or may self-refer; participation in services is entirely voluntary and not based on income, citizenship or Medicaid acceptance *Available services vary by county, but all offer prenatal and infant/toddler support services often on a home visit basis; including: breastfeeding and childbirth education, nutrition counseling, tobacco cessation services, support groups, mental health counseling, parenting support and education, infant/toddler developmental education and screenings, information or assistance with applying for pregnancy Medicaid (SOBRA); In some counties, assistance may be available for low-income women who cannot get Medicaid to find low-cost prenatal care *One of the goals of Healthy Start Coalitions is to connect women experiencing perinatal depression (which includes anxiety and other mood disorders) to mental health services; Women participating in any of the programs are offered a brief screening questionnaire (the Edinburgh Depression Scale) during their pregnancy and during the postpartum period *Fatherhood coaches available to assist current and new fathers; T.

Services: Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment

20 E Washington St, Ste E

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 662-1061

HSC, Healthy Start Coalition of Jefferson, Madison, and Taylor

*Healthy Start Coalitions (HSC's) offer CONNECT (aka Coordinated Intake and Referral) which is a one-stop entry point for needed or desired services for all pregnant women and families with infants/toddlers up to age 3 *Pregnant women and families may either be referred by another agency or may self-refer; participation in services is entirely voluntary and not based on income, citizenship or Medicaid acceptance *Available services vary by county, but all offer prenatal and infant/toddler support services often on a home visit basis; including: breastfeeding and childbirth education, nutrition counseling, tobacco cessation services, support groups, mental health counseling, parenting support and education, infant/toddler developmental education and screenings, information or assistance with applying for pregnancy Medicaid (SOBRA); In some counties, assistance may be available for low-income women who cannot get Medicaid to find low-cost prenatal care *One of the goals of Healthy Start Coalitions is to connect women experiencing perinatal depression (which includes anxiety and other mood disorders) to mental health services; Women participating in any of the programs are offered a brief screening questionnaire (the Edinburgh Depression Scale) during their pregnancy and during the postpartum period *Fatherhood coaches available to assist current and new fathers; T.

Services: Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment

1476 SW Main St

Greenville, FL 32331

(850) 948-2741

James, Shari-Ann, PhD (PY7452)

*Licensed Psychologist (PY7452) and Qualified Supervisor in the Orlando area specializing in perinatal mental health including reproductive issues, infertility, anxiety, depression, trauma and personal growth, postpartum support, medication during pregnancy, traumatic childbirth who treats clients as individuals and couples in person, on the website and through telemental health for anyone in the state of Florida.

Services: Bereaved Parent Support Groups, Bereavement and Grief Counseling, Conjoint Counseling, General Counseling Services, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment, Pregnancy Counseling, Telemental Health

734 Irma Ave

Orlando, FL 32803

(407) 451-4077

Kids Get Arthritis Too

*Family education programs on children's arthritis, managing daily life and school *Free literature and information, help finding a pediatric rheumatologist, camps, conferences and events

Services: Arthritis Treatment Centers, Medical Information Services, Pediatrics

1355 Peachtree St, Ste 600

Atlanta, GA 30309

(800) 283-7800

Lee's Place Grief and Loss Counseling Program

*Group practice and 501c3 non-profit currently accepting new patients, in a location which is accessible and can be reached by public transportation *Fees based on a sliding-scale from $0 - $120 based on client's income and number of dependents; first session is free; no insurance accepted, but will give clients copies of invoices to file with insurance on their own as requested which will include diagnosis codes *Treats children aged 4 through adults individually or as families in person by video (telemental health); support groups available for groups of four or more people; specialty treatment areas include grief, loss, and trauma such as divorce, abandonment (incarcerations, foster care, adoption, service families), abuse, suicide, homicide, crime, loss of functionality, loss of home or job, long-term illnesses, other life transitions, as well as death *Practice cannot prescribe or manage patient's medications and all mental health professionals are English speaking only

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Bereaved Parent Support Groups, Bereavement and Grief Counseling, Divorce Counseling, General Bereavement and Grief Support Groups, Suicide Loss Survivors Support Groups, Telemental Health, Terminal Illness Counseling

216 Lake Ella Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 841-7733

Legree, Tia, LMHC (MH19510)

*Licensed Mental Health Counselor (MH19510) in a virtual private practice who is currently accepting new patients in a location which is not accessible and cannot be reached by public transportation *Fees $65-120 an hour, offers a sliding scale for self-pay; does not accept insurance *Treats adolescents, young adults and adults as individuals, families and couples by video (telemental health); specialty treatment areas include general anxiety and depression, victim and trauma counseling, pregnancy mental health, and adolescent counseling.

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Family Counseling, Mental Health Assessment and Treatment, Mental Health Evaluation, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment, Pregnancy Counseling, Telemental Health

(850) 980-6632

Leon Advocacy and Resource Center (LARC)

*Four primary programs to enable people with developmental disabilities to participate in community life *Residential: six group homes with specialized living services and supported living counselors on call 24 hours per day *Supported Employment: training and assistance to both employee and employer during sustained employment *Supported Living: training and assistance to live in and maintain a home or apartment of participants' choosing; may include: personal hygiene and grooming skills, household chores, meal preparation, shopping, personal finances, and social and adaptive skills; some participants also receive services of paid roommate (In Home Supports) who provides personal care *Community Training and Other supports: transportation, companion, community inclusion, and trial competency training *LARC also works with Leon County Schools' Exceptional Student Education program to provide vocational training so students can find and maintain competitive employment *Branch in Taylor County serves clients; call LARC office for referral *Offers Kiwanis Aktion Club program, a service club for people with disabilities

Services: Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs, Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing

1949 Commonwealth Lane

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 422-0355

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