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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, Case Management

*Case Management Services work with FSU students taking classes, becoming students or alumni to provide emotional support, counseling, advocacy, and to identify immediate needs, making appropriate referrals to campus and community resources *Problems may include :Emotional Distress/Mental Health; death of family member or close friend; serious Illness (i.

Services: Bereavement Counseling, Case/Care Management, Crisis Intervention, General Counseling Services, Temporary Financial Assistance

University Center A, Ste 4100

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-9555

FSU, Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans

*FSU Entrepreneurship School, in conjunction with Jim Morgan Institute, operates three programs offering hands-on training in entrepreneurship and small business management for military veterans serving after 9/2001, have an honorable or general discharge, or are a care-taking family member or surviving spouse of wounded warrior killed in action same time period *Develops skills in growing a small business and helps leveraging programs and entrepreneurial skills *EBV: 14 months; online self-study curriculum; nine-day intense residency at EBV school to create a personalized action plan (travel costs, lodgings, food, and textbooks free); 12 months support and mentorship *EBV Accelerate: Open to veterans owning 50% of a business for 3 or more years with 5 or more employees; 2 weeks on-line instruction, 3 day residency for personalized action plan, resources for future mentorship; accepts veterans with pre or post 9/11 service *EBV Family: similar to EBV training for a military family member now caring for a wounded warrior of the same period or the surviving spouse of a member who gave his/her life for their country; includes dealing with caregiver and family issues *FSU is one of nine universities providing different skill options within the national program, headquartered at Syracuse University (ebvinfor@syr.

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

111 S Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 644-3372

FSU, Human Resources Employment Services

*FSU job applications and vacancy listings can be accessed through the web site at www.

Services: Colleges/Universities, Job Finding Assistance

A6200 University Center

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-6034

Gadsden Association Rehabilitation Center, Inc

*Adult day training and residential services for persons with developmental disabilities; basic adult education and training in social skills, woodshop skills, personal care and every day living skills, and community involvement *Community Inclusion Program: companion services to people with developmental disabilities who are living in community *Supported Employment Training: places persons with disabilities in jobs in the community, providing on-the-job training

Services: Employment Preparation, Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Job Finding Assistance, Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing

1633A High Bridge Rd

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 627-9058

Gadsden County Public Library System

*Standard library services at 3 locations, a bookmobile, multimedia books, DVD's, large print books, computer/internet access *Children's services, summer reading program, teen book club, school visits arranged at library and classrooms *The Literacy Center: Literacy instruction and for adults 18 and older, taught by volunteers, has large selection of literature for adult beginners Computer and other adult education courses available if funding permits *Other Branches: *Chattahoochee, Cowen Library, 300 Maple St 32324 *Havana, 203 E 5th St 32333 *Direct connection in Quincy library via a video terminal now allows visitors to speak directly with a Social Security employee in Tallahassee; call to find out days and hours this service is available *Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc provides free amplified phone at the libraries to FL citizens deaf, hard of hearing, deaf/blind, and speech impaired at various times; call (800) 222-3448 or (800) 682-8706 to learn times and/or about equipment

Services: Adult Basic Education, Computer and Related Technology Classes, Library Services, Literacy Programs, Public Internet Access Sites, SSI, Telecommunication Relay Services

732 Pat Thomas Pkwy

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 627-7106

Gadsden County Schools, Gadsden Technical Institute

*Courses and programs held at Gadsden Technical Institute *GED preparation and testing *Educational programs for adults with disabilities *Career and technical programs including welding, carpentry, automotive services, power equipment technology, drafting, nail and facial technology, barbering and cosmetology, practical nursing, patient care assistant, pharmacy technician

Services: Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Special Education Classes/Centers, Student Disability Services, Vocational Education

201 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-8324

Goodwill Industries Big Bend, Career Training Center

*Free career development training and life skills classes serving anyone 16 and up; clients do not have to have disabilities or special needs *Adult basic education and GED classes *Employment skills in career counseling, resume writing, interviews and clothing choices; may also assist with clothing once a job is obtained; computer lab offering self-directed courses in Microsoft programs *Other training location in Quincy

Services: Adult Basic Education, Career Development, Computer and Related Technology Classes, Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Life Skills Education

300 Mabry St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 279-5014

Goodwill Industries Big Bend, Prosperity Center

*Music hall, training classrooms, career express lab, fitness and wellness programs *Fitness facility charges a $10 monthly fee to use the fitness equipment, participate in classes and work individually with a fitness representative

Services: Career Development, Music Instruction, Wellness Programs

300 Mabry Street

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 576-7145

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