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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

2-1-1 Big Bend, Volunteer Program

*Helpline 2-1-1, Lifeline, Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline, and Florida Family Health Line rely heavily on volunteers for staffing *Volunteer counselors trained in crisis counseling, active listening, information and referral, HIV/AIDS and other topics *Training held three times a year, typically two nights each week for about two months, and also involves two or three weekend sessions; alternative training schedules occasionally offered *Persons not wanting to do telephone counseling have many other volunteer opportunities

Services: 211 Systems, Volunteer Opportunities

PO Box 10950

Tallahassee, FL 32302

(850) 617-6309

AARP, Tax-Aide Program

*Seasonal program starting late January or early February through April 15th *Certified AARP volunteers offer free tax preparation assistance to persons Of Any Age with low to middle incomes, at various sites throughout Florida *Assistance is limited to non-complicated tax returns *Most sites will take persons from any county, but callers should check before going *For specific questions such as finding a site, which counties a site will serve, documents to bring, income limitations, if appointments are needed, etc.

Services: Tax Preparation Assistance, Volunteer Opportunities

Various Locations

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(888) 227-7669

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

Aid for AIDS International

*Collects unused HIV medications and antibiotics to distribute to persons with AIDS in 40 countries around the world, none in United States *Mail donated medication to: AFA, 515 Greenwich St, Ste 506, New York, NY 10013 *Drop off locations for donated medications listed on website *Education, prevention, training, and advocacy programs targeting those living with HIV/AIDS in developing countries

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Prescription Expense Assistance

515 Greenwich St, Ste 506

New York, NY 10013

(212) 337-8043

Allies and Safe Zones

*Ally development program to promote acceptance and support of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersexual, Asexual, Pansexual, and Two-Spirit-identifying (LGBTQ+) people *Offers workshops to FSU faculty, staff and students providing training in allyship and contemporary LGBTQ+ issues *Participants may display Safe Zone symbol on campus which denotes knowledge and support for open and understanding environment *Online resourses and educational information available to everyone

Services: Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups, Volunteer Opportunities

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 645-0908

American Red Cross, Emergency/Disaster Services

*Disaster education to help prevent, prepare for, and respond to a disaster *Services in the event of a natural or man made disaster: shelter, food and clothing, distribution of supplies, emergency assistance to affected families, help obtaining prescription refills, mental health support, damage assessment, communication and liaison with groups providing services, planning, organizing and directing operations *Offers worldwide tracing services for family members whose lines of communication have been broken as a result of armed conflict, natural disaster or vulnerabilities like age or ill health *Website can be accessed from www.

Services: Disaster Management Organizations, Disaster Relief Services, Missing Persons Location Assistance, Volunteer Opportunities

1115 Easterwood Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(850) 878-6080

American Red Cross, Volunteer Development

*Disaster volunteer services: mass shelter and food operations, damage assessment, client services, logistics, liaison, public affairs, and staffing *Customer service volunteers keep chapter running smoothly and efficiently via jobs: office/clerical, fund development, health and safety instructors, and planning and preparedness

Services: Disaster Management Organizations, Volunteer Opportunities

1115 Easterwood Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(800) 733-2767

Angel Flight Southeast

*Free air transportation for persons with compelling financial needs for medical care, transplants, compassion, domestic abuse, special needs camps, adoption/foster care or Homeland Security disaster needs for flights *Patients should ask their social worker or attending physician to call during business hours; doctor must sign medical release *Patients qualifying can be any age, adults need to be ambulatory, able to sit upright, be medically stable, and able to fly in an un-pressurized plane *Patients need backup plan in case bad weather does not allow flight to be made *Transportation provided for a support person accompanying the patient *Persons with a non-medical, compelling need such as family crisis or community disaster may sometimes also qualify *Since pilots are volunteers, two weeks notice required to set up a flight; may be less if pilot available *Air Charity Network, parent association, may be able to help residents of other areas; www.

Services: Mercy Transportation, Volunteer Opportunities

8864 Airport Blvd

Leesburg, FL 34788

(800) 352-4256

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