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2-1-1 Big Bend, Helpline 2-1-1

*Telephone counseling, suicide prevention and crisis intervention *Community information and referrals to more than 1,000 human service agencies and organizations in Big Bend area *Available 24/7, 365 days a year *Training programs for volunteer counselors held three times each year; interested parties call to receive more information

Services: 211 Systems, Comprehensive Information and Referral, General Crisis Intervention Hotlines, Suicide Prevention Hotlines, Volunteer Training

PO Box 10950

Tallahassee, FL 32302

211

2-1-1 Big Bend, Inc

*Comprehensive information and referral for Helpline 211 in Big Bend area, for Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline and Florida Family Health Line *Telephone counseling *Crisis intervention and information services, suicide helpline *Search on-line Big Bend area and HIV/AIDS programs

Services: 211 Systems, Call Center Volunteer Opportunities, Comprehensive Information and Referral, Information Sources, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

PO Box 10950

Tallahassee, FL 32302

211

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

*New 988 number active as of July 16, 2022.

Services: Suicide Counseling, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

50 Broadway, 19th Floor

New York, NY 10004

988

American Red Cross, Virtual Family Assistance Center (VFAC)

*Program concentrates on family/friends of persons who have died from COVID-19, but also welcomes any calls or website use for anyone affected by COVID-19 in any way, including emotionally *Primarily offers information and referrals to emotional support and grief counseling, faith based resources, funeral information, legal assistance and financial resource information.

Services: Bereavement and Grief Counseling, Disaster Relief Services, Disaster Service Centers/Hotlines

430 17th St NW

Washington, DC 20006

(833) 492-0094

Americans for Immigrant Justice

*Non-profit law firm for immigrants and their families offering services to assist with residency and citizenship issues, unaccompanied minors, survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking

Services: Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services, Human Trafficking Hotlines, Human Trafficking Legal Assistance, Immigration/Naturalization Legal Services

6355 NW 36th St, Ste 2201

Miami, FL 33166

(305) 573-1106

Anchorage Children's Home

*Hannah's House: maternity home for homeless pregnant women 16-22, offering time to complete education and prepare for employment while choosing to parent or offer child for adoption *Hidle House, short-term, crisis/runaway shelter for ages 10-17 The Bridge: transitional living program for homeless youth ages 16-22, offering stable living for up to 18 months focusing on assisting residents in completing their education, secure employment, and preparing for self sufficiency *Family Counseling: A short term, 12 week free service to youth ages 6-17 and their families involving assessment, counseling, referral, and case management services.

Services: General Counseling Services, Maternity Homes, Transitional Housing/Shelter, Youth Shelters

2121 Lisenby Ave

Panama City, FL 32405

(850) 763-7102

Anderson, Karima, LCSW (SW14729)

*Licensed Clinical Social Worker (SW14729) in a group practice who is currently accepting new patients in a practice which is accessible and can be reached by public transportation *Call for information about fees, insurance not accepted *Treats young adults and adults as individuals, groups and couples in person and by video (telemental health); specialty treatment areas include general anxiety and depression, crisis counseling, trauma, PTSD, self-harming behavior *Therapist is female, English speaking, Caucasian & cannot prescribe or manage patient's medications

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Crisis Intervention, General Counseling Services, Mental Health Assessment and Treatment, Mental Health Evaluation, Mental Health Support Services, Stress Management, Student Counseling Services, Suicide Prevention Programs, Support Groups, Telemental Health

Askew Student Life Center, Ste 201

942 Learning Way

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-8255

Apalachee Center, Community Action Team (CAT)

*24/7 Crisis Response Team providing a full range of services to clients aged 11-21 with a documented mental illness, who failed at less intense forms of treatment or who may have multiple crisis stabilization episodes, involvement with law enforcement or Juvenile Justice systems, involvement with the child welfare system, or current/possible placement in an alternative school setting; services available in Leon, Gadsden and Wakulla Counties; a step up from ‘traditional’ outpatient services or a step down from a long-term placement, such as a SIPP; available 24/7 to respond to crisis calls and are deployed when necessary in order to prevent crisis stabilization episodes or law enforcement involvement *Serves a limited number of families at any given time and services last anywhere from six to nine months; team consists of a Team Leader, two Care Managers, two Therapists, 3 Peer Specialists, and one Staff Assistant; Provides limited respite care, not lasting more than four hours for caregivers *Accepts most insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, sliding scale for those who meet clinical criteria

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Family Preservation Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Diversion Counseling, Medicaid, Medicare, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Respite Care

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg C

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3444

Apalachee Center, Crisis Counseling Walk-In Center

*Free of charge walk-in center for persons who are in need of crisis counseling but do not need inpatient level of care where individuals may be seen up to three times while waiting for an outpatient appointment with any counselor in the community *Main entrance is in the back of building B; department of the Central Receiving Facility (AKA Evaluations/Admissions)

Services: General Counseling Services, In Person Crisis Intervention, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Suicide Counseling

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3333 x4301

Apalachee Center, Evaluations/Admissions

*Central Receiving Facility serving as 24/7 walk-in central receiving facility for anyone experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis including suicide crisis intervention and all persons who are subject to the involuntary Baker Act or Marchman Act where evaluation will determine appropriate level of care (inpatient or outpatient) *Persons determined to be in need of outpatient care will be given referrals to receive outpatient services *Based on insurance, preference, availability and other factors, those admitted to inpatient care may go to either Eastside, Tallahassee Memorial Behavioral Health Center, HCA Florida Capital Hospital, or in the case of most uninsured patients, PATH (Positive Alternative to Hospitalization) *Fees depend on need of patient; accepts most insurance, medicare, and medicaid

Services: Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, In Person Crisis Intervention, Involuntary Psychiatric Intervention, Mental Health Screening

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3483

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