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2-1-1 Big Bend, Lyft Program

*****RIDES ARE AVAILABE BOTH FOR NON-VETERANS AND VETERANS**** *Offers free round trip rides to food pantries, healthcare agencies, employment agencies, job interviews, and agencies providing veteran services *Rides offered to anyone located in Leon County, no application needed *Rides can be scheduled up to seven days in advance.

Services: Local Transportation

PO Box 10950

Tallahassee, FL 32302

(850) 617-6325

AAANF, Area Agency on Aging for North Florida, Inc

*Area Agency on Aging for North Florida (aka Advantage Aging Solutions) serves the public through the Elder Helpline *Note: Utility payment assistance may be sporadic due to variations in funding *Elder Helpline and website is a network of information, referral and assistance to seniors, caregivers, professionals, and general public *SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders), Senior Wellness, Caregiver Support, and prescription assistance *Utility assistance (heating and cooling only, not water) for seniors 60+ who already have or are about 5 days away from a disconnect notice and meet federal income guidelines; assistance consists of screening, information and referrals to other agencies such as Elder Care in Leon and Senior Centers in outlying counties; callers given thorough explanation of eligibility and what to expect when contacting agencies *Agencies they refer to may run out of funds before the end of the month *Assistance may be available once per cooling season and once per heating season *Provides elder services during disasters *Assist individuals with accessing Medicaid Long Term Care and other home and community based services *Area Resource Directory at https://www.

Services: Area Agencies on Aging, Caregiver Counseling, Disaster Relief Services, Prescription Expense Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2414 Mahan Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 488-0055

AARP Florida

*AARP (Formerly American Association of Retired Persons) assists people age 50 and over to stay informed on issues important to this age group *Advocates on legislative, consumer and legal issues, offers services to members including AARP Magazine, AARP Bulletin monthly newsletter, community programs such as Tax-Aide to help with filling out tax forms, Driver Safety and Money Management courses, and Benefits *All Florida offices can be reached through the main toll free number

Services: Aging/Older Adult Support Groups, Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups, Senior Advocacy Groups

215 S Monroe St, Ste 603

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(888) 687-2277

AIDS Institute, The

*Promotes social change through public policy analysis, research, advocacy, and education; efforts focus on prevention, treatment, and care services *Research conducted on AIDS pandemic, related health care issues, and social impact on society *Agency conducts and coordinates a range of studies including related healthcare issues such as Hepatitis and other infectious diseases *Interested persons may call or email info@theaidsinstitute.

Services: Medical and Health Sciences Research, Medical Information Services, Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups

17 Davis Blvd, Suite 403

Tampa, FL 33606

(813) 258-5929

Allies and Safe Zones

*Ally development program to promote acceptance and support of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersexual, Asexual, Pansexual, and Two-Spirit-identifying (LGBTQ+) people *Offers workshops to FSU faculty, staff and students providing training in allyship and contemporary LGBTQ+ issues *Participants may display Safe Zone symbol on campus which denotes knowledge and support for open and understanding environment *Online resourses and educational information available to everyone

Services: Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups, Volunteer Opportunities

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 645-0908

American Legion, Sauls-Bridges Post 13

*Organization of veterans, advocates and lobbies for veterans and their families in Congress *Educates youth on Americanism and patriotism *Provides various services in the community as needed *Provides fellowship and comradery *Two related groups: American Legion is for veterans who served during certain designated war times, as well as military personnel on active duty *American Legion Auxiliary is for women with a spouse or close relative who served in the armed forces during one of the designated war times *Both groups offer a meeting on the 2nd Thursday of the month and a social on the 4th Thursday of the month; call for times

Services: Veteran Membership Organizations

229 Lake Ella Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 222-3382

American Red Cross, Armed Forces Emergency Services

*Emergency services during times of need for armed forces members (active duty or retired with pension) and their families, including emergency communication, financial assistance and information and referral *Services: 1) emergency communications, ie births, serious illness, or death of a family member; 2) verification of need for emergency leave and leave extensions; 3) financial assistance for emergency travel, urgent needs, ie food or shelter; 4) confidential counseling, information, and referrals to military and health and support services; 5) assistance in understanding military policies; 6) direct impact of deployment, anxiety and complexities caused by separation; 7) support and information on issues from benefits or budgeting to deferments, compassionate reassignment and dependence discharge, (granting of leave is strictly between service member and his/her commanding officer) *When calling, be prepared to provide the following information as is known: full legal name; rank/rating; branch of service (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard); Social Security number; date of birth; military unit address; information about the deployed unit and home base unit (for deployed service members only); ongoing Support for Our Military Families; deployment Services

Services: Advocacy, Disaster Management Organizations, Disaster Relief Services, Emergency Funds, Military Family Service/Support Centers, Specialized Information and Referral

1115 Easterwood Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(877) 272-7337

AmeriCorps Senior Corps

*Senior Corps is a network of national service programs for Americans 55 years and older, made up of three primary programs: Foster grandparents who serve one-on-one as tutors and mentors to young people with exceptional needs, Senior companions to help home bound seniors, and RSVP volunteers who conduct safety patrols, renovate homes, and respond to natural disasters.

Services: AmeriCorps, Senior Corps Volunteer Programs, Volunteer Opportunities

1545 Raymond Diehl Rd, Ste 250

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 414-7400

Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce

*Encourages business growth and development *Offers information for visitors through website, phone and brochures

Services: Business Development, Chambers of Commerce

17 Avenue E

Apalachicola, FL 32320

(850) 653-9419

Bicycle House

*Build a Bike Program: Choose from one of hundreds of donated bikes needing repair and help them get it running or bring a bike if needed for transportation *Accepts donations for services; pay what is affordable *Provides tools and space for people to work on their bicycles *Teaches bike safety skills for children and adults on an ongoing basis *Provides helmets for children and adults *Summer Bike Camp *Non-profit organization advocating safe, practical transportation, social responsibility with an emphasis on healthy living *Provided over 2500 bikes and 18,000 repairs since 2010

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Local Transportation, Volunteer Opportunities

458 FAMU Way

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 545-4074

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