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Aging with Dignity, Hope Today

*Outreach for seniors and disabled persons that advocates and provides services and material necessities in Wakulla and Franklin Counties *Trains volunteers to help clients remain in their homes instead of going into an assisted living or nursing home facility by providing yard work, cleaning, minor repairs, visitation, and wheelchair ramp building *Food, clothing and other material assistance are provided when needed

Services: Friendly Outreach Programs, Home Rehabilitation Programs, In Home Assistance, Volunteer Opportunities

PO Box 1661

Tallahassee, FL 32302

(850) 681-2010

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, Homeless Project

*Provides outreach, mental health case management and psychiatric/medication management and supportive services for homeless persons with severe and persistent mental illness and have no insurance *Outreach at the Kearney Center and street outreach to enroll clients *Clients are screened and intake offered *Therapists and social workers from various agencies involved in Big Bend Homeless Coalition gather on a regular schedule offering assistance

Services: Case/Care Management, Homeless Drop In Centers, Homelessness Prevention Programs, Mental Health Evaluation, Outreach Programs, Psychiatric Medication Services

2634 Cap Cir NE, Bldg C

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3301

Bethel AME Church, Community Development Corporation

*Helps build affordable houses for homeowners who physically participate in the building process *Supplemental funds are provided by the City of Tallahassee in partnership with Tallahassee Lenders Consortium toward down payment, closing costs, and subsidies *Targets primarily Bond Community

Services: Subsidized Home Acquisition, Volunteer Opportunities

501 W Orange Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

Bethel Towers

*Low-income, independent living facility for seniors age 62 or older *One bedroom units: living room, kitchen, dining area, bathroom, stove, refrigerator, carpet, and blinds provided *Fitness room, multi-purpose room, and laundry room *Physical exercises, trips, and other educational activities *Completed application, criminal background check, and proof of income needed *Non-smoking facility

Services: Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing

324 N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 224-2486

Big Bend Habitat for Humanity

*Helps low-income families acquire modest homes built using volunteer labor *Applicants: must be able to provide 400 hours of sweat equity performing various jobs, lived in Leon or Gadsden Counties for one year or more, held same job or source of income for 6 months or more, have household income within income guidelines, must be willing to make a small cash down payment, be willing to live on a lot provided by Habitat for Humanity *Mortgages: 30 years, houses sold at cost (materials, purchased labor, and land), for no profit and no interest

Services: Subsidized Home Acquisition, Sweat Equity Programs, Volunteer Opportunities

2921 Roberts Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 574-2288

Big Bend Homeless Coalition, Advocates for Veteran Housing

*Supportive services for Veteran individuals or families in or transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing *Services include obtaining VA and public benefits, referrals to community agencies *Assistance with past due rental/utility bills for Veteran households facing eviction, and housing identification and rental/utility deposits for Veteran households at risk of, or experiencing homelessness available after eligibility determination

Services: Homelessness Prevention Programs, Rental Deposit Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Deposit Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance, Veteran Benefits Assistance

325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 597-5595

Big Bend Homeless Coalition, Home Front Veterans Community

*Permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless veterans; 50 one bedroom units, some wheelchair accessible *Eligibility: veteran must be 1) currently homeless (defined as living in a shelter, transitional housing, or place not meant for human habitation such as a vehicle or the woods), and 2) eligible for VA healthcare benefits *Apply through VA contact person Denna Green-Corbett at (352) 339-5593

Services: Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing, Veteran Homes

325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(352) 339-5593

Big Bend Homeless Coalition, Homeless Prevention Program

****7/1/19: PROGRAM HOPES TO HAVE FUNDS BY AUGUST 2019, I&R STAFF WILL CHECK BACK AT THAT TIME**** ****7/1/19: PROGRAM HOPES TO HAVE FUNDS BY AUGUST 2019, I&R STAFF WILL CHECK BACK AT THAT TIME**** *Program is only for families or individuals who have an Eviction Notice and regular income *Assists qualifying families and individuals in all eight counties of the Big Bend area with past due rent and utilities *Eligibility: 1) Must have past due rent and eviction notice 2) Must have regular source of income to be able to pay monthly rent in future (can include disability income and other benefits such as food stamps) 3) Cannot have received homeless prevention funds in the past 4) Highly preferable to get a referral through a homelessness service provider (examples: Kearney Center, Community Action Agency, Salvation Army, Catholic Charities, etc); if the person is not currently receiving services through a homelessness service provider s/he can call Big Bend Homeless Coalition directly

Services: At Risk/Homeless Housing Related Assistance Programs, Homelessness Prevention Programs, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance

325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 792-9415

Big Bend Homeless Coalition, Home Place at Balkin

*Permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals with disabilities *Wheelchair accessible affordable efficiency apartments *Specifically set up so persons with various disabilities can be accommodated *On site supportive services staff *Sliding scale fee rent *Must have some income *Access in most cases is gained through the Kearney Center which has social workers/case managers available weekdays to help navigate the paperwork and appointments required to become eligible *Community groups aiding homeless persons meet regularly and after rating each situation, the next eligible person is assigned to an available residence according to need *Tours and information available to interested eligible individuals

Services: Homeless Permanent Supportive Housing, Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing

325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 576-5566

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