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Brehon Family Services, Brehon House

*Non-Emergency transitional housing for homeless, adult pregnant women and women with infants up to age 2 (without criminal background) on first come, first serve basis for 6 to 9 months; waiting period may be several months) *Pre and postnatal education, infant care training, case management *Career counseling, encouragement to continue schooling, assistance in finding permanent housing *May help with baby or maternity items on a limited basis

Services: Baby Clothing, Career Counseling, Diapers, Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Maternity Clothing, Maternity Homes, Parenting Education, Post Pregnancy Shelter/Transitional Housing, Transitional Housing/Shelter

1315 Linda Ann Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 656-7110 x2

Catholic Charities, NWFLT, Emergency Assistance

7/18/2022: Due to a staffing and funding transition, they are not accepting any new appointments for the rest of July 2022.

Services: Diapers, Food Pantries, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance

1380 Blountstown Hwy

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 222-2180

ECHO, Emergency Resources Program

*Services mainly for Leon County residents; will serve an outlying county resident ONE time only *SEE SEPARATE LISTING FOR HOUSING RENT ASSISTANCE *Emergency Resources walk-in hours are 9am-Noon, M-F, ONLY *Daily assistance on a first come, first serve basis, resources are limited; best to arrive as close to 9am as possible; *All persons must first sign in and meet with a case manager, state photo ID is required for all services *Afternoons 1pm-5pm, M-Th are reserved for case management appointments and counseling appointments (call main number to schedule) *Emergency food *Clothing, Personal hygiene toiletries, baby and adult diapers, infant/baby formula, kitchen wares and cleaning supplies/chemicals *Financial assessments and budgeting counseling; has "Getting Ahead" classes (call main number, ext 207 for application) *Blankets, heaters and fans may be seasonally available depending on inventory *Furniture Bank of Tallahassee: Due to high demand and limited Tallahassee resources, This program is ONLY for formerly homeless individuals, families or veterans who are moving out of homelessness into transitional or permanent housing.

Services: Case/Care Management, Diapers, Food Pantries, Formula/Baby Food, Furniture, General Clothing Provision, Personal Financial Counseling, Personal/Grooming Supplies

548 E Bradford Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 224-3246

National Diaper Bank Network

*This agency does NOT supply diapers to callers so do not offer the referral to callers in need; it provides information as to what agencies offer diapers in various locations around the US and how a program may get started; the closest to the Big Bend is in Panama City *Without diapers, babies cannot participate in early childhood education programs; without child care, parents cannot go to work *Babies who remain too long in a soiled diaper are exposed to potential health risks *Most childcare centers, even free and subsidized facilities require parents to provide a day's supply of disposable diapers and cloth diapers are not accepted at the vast majority of child care centers *Many parents cannot go to work or school if they can't leave their babies at child care

Services: Diapers

155 East St, Ste 101

New Haven, CT 06511

(203) 821-7348

Salvation Army, Basic Needs Assistance, Quincy Office

*Emergency basic needs for Gadsden County residents available once every 12 months (except food pantry can be once a month): *Food pantry, snack "meal" bags, hygiene products (including feminine hygiene items and infant items, when available) *Required documents: photo ID for all adults in the home, birth certificates for all minors in the home, social security numbers for everyone in the home *Gadsden County residents in need of utility assistance may apply by calling the Tallahassee office (see separate listing for Tallahassee Office, Utility Assistance which explains all procedures in order to apply).

Services: Diapers, Food Pantries, Personal/Grooming Supplies, Utility Service Payment Assistance

320 W Jefferson St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 222-0304

Salvation Army, Basic Needs Assistance, Tallahassee Office

*Provide assistance to residents of Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla Counties in need including clothing vouchers, food pantry, hygiene kits, limited baby and feminine hygiene products, furniture vouchers, utility assistance when fund available, disaster assistance program, and holiday Angel Tree assistance program *All assistnce is for emergcy services only and available on a limited basis; food pantry may be used once a month, furniture vouchers are given on a case by case bases for those who are recovering from a natural disaster or homlessness and will require photo ID and a letter from a caseworker, all other all other assistance is available once every 12 months *Financiual asssitance for utilities is by appointment only; call on Monday after 9AM with a utility bill available; after the phone review, an in person appointment will be scheduled later in the week

Services: Diapers, Food Pantries, Furniture, General Clothing Provision, Household Goods, Menstruation Supplies, Personal/Grooming Supplies, Utility Assistance

2410 Allen Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 222-0304

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