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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

Ability1st, Crime Victims Assistance (VOCA)

*Program for persons with a disability who have been a victim of a crime or have become disabled as the result of a crime *Disabilities can be physical or mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, etc.

Services: Advocacy, Crime Victim Support, Crime Victim/Witness Counseling, Health/Disability Related Counseling

1823 Buford Court

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 575-9621

ADA National Information Line

*ADA Information Line, division of the US Department of Justice, provides information about the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) for businesses, state and local governments, or individuals about general or specific ADA requirements and standards *Offers free ADA materials and information about filing a complaint *Calls are confidential

Services: Accessibility Related Standards/Legislation Compliance, ADA Implementation Assistance, Consumer Complaints

950 Pennsylvania Ave, NW

4CON 9th Floor

Washington, DC 20530

(800) 514-0301

Advanced Driving Systems (ADS)

*Specializes in customized vehicles for persons with disabilities through contracts with the State or direct orders *May be able to build, convert or order equipment to allow disabled individuals to drive a mechanical vehicle such as a van *Lifts for loading wheelchairs, small steering device/brakes for those with limitations in the use of legs or arms, reclining lift chairs, power chairs and 3 or 4 wheel scooters are available

Services: Daily Living Aids, Mobility Aids

662 Capital Circle NE

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 671-2300

AHCA, FloridaHealthFinder.gov

*Updated information on AHCA licensed health care providers: health plans, hospitals, hospice providers, assisted living, nursing homes, physicians, prescription drug prices *Can call or search web site by type, name, county or general zip code area *Status of license of health care providers and agencies available

Services: Health Care Referrals, Hospice Care, Hospitals, Medicaid, Nursing Facilities

2727 Mahan Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(888) 419-3456

Alexander Graham Bell Assn/Deaf/Hard of Hearing

*Maintains listening and spoken language resource websites for parents, professionals, teens and adults with hearing loss; offers free six-month membership for parents *Helps families, health care providers and education professionals understand childhood hearing loss and the importance of early diagnosis and intervention *Support advocacy, education, research, and financial aid programs for Infants & toddlers, Preschool age children, school age children, and children looking to advance in the Arts & Sciences

Services: Fundraising and Resource Development Support, General Health Education Programs, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Hearing Augmentation Aids, Speech Therapy

3417 Volta Pl, NW

Washington, DC 20007

(202) 337-5220

ALS Association Florida Chapter, The

*Promotes awareness and understanding of ALS (commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease) and the work of the ALS Association by providing up-to-date information and education materials to ALS patients, caregivers, researchers and members in the healthcare field *Information pamphlets, newsletters, research symposiums, and speakers bureau *Regional care coordinators may assist with getting needed services *Available services vary by county; possibilities include health care and insurance advocacy, medical transportation, medical equipment and assistive technology, respite and home care, and support groups

Services: Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Medical Information Services, Mobility Aids, Respite Care

3242 Parkside Center Circle

Tampa, FL 33619

(813) 637-9000 x130

AMC, Sensory Friendly Films & Assistive Movie Going

*Sensory Friendly films provides opportunity for families to enjoy film in safe, accepting environment with with the lights up, sound down *Audience is invited to get up, dance, walk around, shout and sing *All Sensory Friendly Films take place 2nd and 4th Saturdays (family friendly, often 10AM) and Wednesdays (mature audiences, usually 7PM) *Technology includes assistive listening, audio description, closed captioning, and wheelchair spaces with companion seating *Some wheelchair spaces may be available even if the show is sold out; be sure to ask the box office

Services: Autism Therapy, Recreational Activities/Sports

2415 N Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 386-7873

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

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