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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 Lines, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

PO Box 10950

Tallahassee, FL 32302

211

Americans for Immigrant Justice

*Legal advocacy and services for immigrants and their families *Residency and citizenship issues *Immigrant Children's Legal and Service Partnership Program protects rights of unaccompanied minors *Domestic violence and human trafficking cases

Services: Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services, General Legal Aid, Human Trafficking Hotlines, 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, Runaway/Youth Shelters, Transitional Housing/Shelter

2121 Lisenby Ave

Panama City, FL 32405

(850) 763-7102

Apalachee Center, Crisis Counseling Walk-In Center

*Walk-in center for persons who are in need of crisis counseling but do not need inpatient level of care *Individuals may be seen there up to three times while waiting for an outpatient appointment with any counselor in the community *Services are free *Center is open 8am-8pm, 7 days per week; main entrance is in the back of building B

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

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3333 x4301

Apalachee Center, Detox Unit

*Short-term (3-5 days), medically supervised, inpatient alcohol and drug detoxification, assessment, education, and referrals for aftercare *Sliding scale fee available for persons without insurance

Services: Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, Detoxification, Inpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities, Substance Use Disorder Counseling, Substance Use Disorder Crisis Intervention

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3333 x4330

Apalachee Center, Evaluations/Admissions

*Serves as 24/7 walk-in central receiving facility for anyone experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis *Staff will do mental health or substance abuse evaluation to 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 *Persons admitted to inpatient care may go to either Eastside, Tallahassee Memorial Behavioral Health Center, Capital Regional Medical Center, or PATH, based on insurance, preference, availability and other factors *Persons needing inpatient care who do not have insurance will usually go to PATH *Also serves as single point of entry for all persons who are subject to the involuntary Baker Act or Marchmen Act

Services: Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, Crisis Intervention, Mental Health Evaluation, Suicide Counseling

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3483

Apalachee Center, Mobile Response Team

*Takes calls from anyone in a mental health or substance abuse crisis or their family/friends *Takes calls from family/friends of a child or teen with serious behavioral/emotional issues *Serves as a crisis line, will do evaluations/assessments over the phone, and will go out to a person's home when the situation warrants *At times may accompany law enforcement in a potential Baker Act situation *Available 24/7 at no charge

Services: Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, Crisis Intervention, Mental Health Evaluation, Suicide Counseling

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(800) 342-0774

Capital City Youth Services, Safe Place Program

*Organizations displaying black and yellow "Safe Place" sign have staff who have received training to assist troubled youth or runaways *Staff are prepared to contact Capital City Youth Services or other organizations as needed and provide a safe place for children and adolescents to wait until other services can be arranged *Transportation to Capital City Youth Services shelter is available from any Safe Place site *If youth is a runaway, parents will be notified *Safe Place Sites in Leon County: Capital City Youth Services; Tallahassee Fire Departments (14 locations); Tallahassee Parks and Recreation Community Centers (6 locations); Tallahassee Police Department; Leon County Sheriff's Department; Star Metro Buses; The Florida State Capitol Building (The Capitol Police); Department of Juvenile Justice Headquarters; Department of Transportation; The Florida Network of Youth and Family Services; FDLE; Capital Health Plan and Starbucks (3 locations)

Services: Runaway/Youth Shelters

2407 Roberts Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-6000

Capital City Youth Services, Someplace Else Youth Shelter

*Safe short-term shelter for youth ages 10-17, includes domestic violence respite and probation respite *Time Out program that provides parents and children a cooling off period and an opportunity to address problems calmly *Encourages child and family to set and meet goals to be able to resolve family conflicts and live civilly together *Services are voluntary

Services: Family Preservation Programs, Runaway/Youth Shelters

2407 Roberts Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-6000

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