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Ability1st, Center for Independent Living of North FL

*Core services for persons with disabilities including independent living skills training, information and referral to other relevant organizations, and peer support including a weekly mental health support group *Durable medical equipment loans such as wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, shower chairs and disposable medical supplies (incontinence products) for low income persons with disabilities; special funding available for the purchase of equipment for those living with paralysis, there may be a wait list depending on the type of equipment needed *Home Modification Program provides home improvements necessary to eliminate health, safety and architectural barriers including wheelchair ramp construction, halfsteps, handrails, widening doorways and replacing a bathtub with a walk-in shower *FTRI Amplified Phones (free) for persons with hearing or speech loss; beginning and intermediate American Sign Language classes open to any adult in the community *Youth Transition: High School High Tech (HSHT) gives youth ages 14-22 with all types of disabilities the opportunity to explore jobs or post-secondary education leading to technology-related careers; open to youth from Leon, Gadsden or Wakulla counties, activities include career counseling and workshops, industry and campus tours, summer internships, and community service projects *Assistance in applying for social security benefits for persons with dual diagnosis (mental health and/or substance abuse disabilities)

Services: ADA Implementation Assistance, Daily Living Aids, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Home Barrier Evaluation/Removal Services, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Mobility Aids, Prosthetic Devices, Youth Employment Programs

1823 Buford Court

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 575-9621

Action Labor

*For-profit business that hires workers to fill positions on a daily basis: often yard work, construction clean-up, custodial services, recycling, etc; no skills required for most jobs; skilled positions: such as carpentry work also available sometimes *Workers paid daily at least minimum hourly wage rate; per hour rates can vary according to job *Interested individuals need to arrive at Action Labor by 6AM in order to be eligible to work that day; earliest sign-ups have best chance of receiving an assignment *Requirements to work are two forms of ID: preferably picture ID and Social Security card and a pair of sturdy work boots* *Homeless persons encouraged to apply; transportation to and from job generally provided after checking in at a cost of $5/day

Services: Day Labor, Job Finding Assistance, Temporary Employment

1415 S Adams St

Next to King Food Store

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 385-0365

All About Love, Inc.

*Does not offer utility payment assistance or rent assistance, but may be able to assist with utility service extensions based on caller's ability to pay *Other services provided as funds are available, including prescription assistance, clothing, benefits application assistance (food stamps, SSI, SS, VA), life management skills/budgeting, and resume/employment assistance *May ask some persons who receive services to volunteer for them in exchange for providing assistance *Will only asks able-bodied people (not elderly, disabled, etc.

Services: Employment Preparation, Food Stamps/SNAP, General Benefits Assistance, General Clothing Provision, Job Finding Assistance, Life Skills Education, Personal Financial Counseling, Prescription Expense Assistance


Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 591-2017

AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC)

*AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) is a residential volunteer program for young adults 18 - 26 who want to serve full-time in the Traditional AmeriCorps NCCC or the FEMA Corps *Members will be provided basic housing, transportation, and food and will earn a small living stipend and educational credit to pay for education or student loans *Members are assigned to one of four regional campuses where they remain during initial training and return to campus between projects for a 3-9 day “transition,” the remainder of the time is spent on projects in the assigned region *Corps Members are responsible for completing Corps Training Institute (CTI) (3.

Services: AmeriCorps, Student Financial Aid, Volunteer Opportunities

1545 Raymond Diehl Rd, Ste 250

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 414-7400

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

AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America)

*National service program administered through the Corporation for National & Community Service, dedicated to ending poverty by building the capacity of nonprofit organizations and public agencies *Members serve full time for 1 full year at a community organization (nonprofit, college/university, local government office, etc.

Services: AmeriCorps, Student Financial Aid, Volunteer Opportunities

1545 Raymond Diehl Rd, Ste 250

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(800) 942-2677

Apalachee Center, FL Assertive Community Treatment (FACT)

*Comprehensive community-based treatment program in Leon County residents ONLY for persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses, significant functional impairments, and/or history of frequent hospitalizations, substance abuse, and inability to meet basic needs * Uses the P.

Services: Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Home Based Mental Health Services, Psychiatric Case Management, Psychiatric Medication Services, Vocational Rehabilitation

471 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 523-3333 x2368

Apalachee Center, NAVIGATE Program

*Comprehensive outpatient treatment program for Leon County residents 18 to 40 years-old assisting persons following their first psychotic episode or in their first year of diagnosis and their families to successfully find their way to psychological well-being, and to access the services they need in the mental health system * Team-based approach including a Program Director, an APRN prescriber, an Individual Resiliency Trainer (IRT), Family Education (FE) Clinician, a Case Manager, a Supported Employment and Education (SEE) Specialist, and a Peer Support Specialist *Provides direct coordination of all medical care, help managing symptoms of illness, immediate crisis response as needed, prescribes and manages medications offers therapy, and as the patient is ready can help obtaining financial entitlements and housing; assistance with housing tasks so a person can live in regular housing alone or with a roommate; learning how to socialize; treatment for clients with co-existing substance abuse (dual diagnosis); employment service and job placement; assistance with legal issues; support, education, and skill-teaching for family members; offsite (in-home) and online (telemental health) meetings available depending on patient's circumstances *Fees based on the needs of the patient; accepts most insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and offers an income-based sliding scale; fees for medication management may be ongoing

Services: Caregiver Training, Case/Care Management, Employment Preparation, Home Based Mental Health Services, Medicaid, Mental Health Assessment and Treatment, Mental Health Support Services, Psychiatric Case Management, Psychiatric Medication Services, Telemental Health

471 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(448) 200-1200

ARC Big Bend, The

*Serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with life skills, school to work, and employment services *Adult day training for developmentally disabled adults and students in high school transition programs *Supported employment *Employment Services for the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation *Program serves 9 counties within the Big Bend region, including: Madison, Jefferson, Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Taylor, Suwannee, Hamilton, and Lafayette *Employment Services Office in Tallahassee: 2898 Mahan Dr, Suite 2.

Services: Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs, Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Special Education, Vocational Education

122 SW Commerce Dr

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 973-4614

Big Bend Technical College

*GED preparation and testing *Career and technical programs including welding, cosmetology, administrative office specialist, patient care technician and nurse assistant, welding technology advanced, digital media/multi-media design, electronic technology one, electronic instrumentation one and two, millwright: industrial installer and mechanic one and two, and industrial multi-craft technician

Services: Adult Basic Education, Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Vocational Education

3233 S Byron Butler Pkwy

Perry, FL 32348

(850) 838-2545

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