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AMIkids, Gadsden

*Private, non-profit organization assisting youthful non-violent offenders, ages 11-17, either at risk for juvenile delinquency or already involved with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice system *Youth work towards a high school diploma or GED and participate in curriculum of life skills, academic and vocational training, IT certification and computer hardware training during regular school hours *Family Services program provides home-based family counseling and intervention counselors that make regular visits to the home to work with the youth and their family to address issues that may be causing delinquent behavior *Gadsden County Sheriff's Office collaborates with students providing 20 mentors to show the softer side of police work and focusing on how choices made today effect future life *Youth may be referred by parents/guardians or the Juvenile Justice system

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Alternative Education, Dropout Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

363 E Crawford St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 627-1844

AMIkids, Tallahassee

*Private, non-profit organization assisting youthful non-violent offenders, ages 11-24, involved with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice system *Day Treatment Program: youth work towards a high school diploma or GED and participate in curriculum of life skills, academic and vocational education during regular school hours to include, youth build self-awareness, learn about potential careers, and develop a plan for reaching future goals for ages 11-15 and ages utilizes a combination of school-based and work-based learning to help youth learn job readiness skills, earn industry-recognized certifications, and transition to the workforce for ages 16-24 along with mentoring *Outpatient Treatment services include screening, crisis/risk assessment, comprehensive assessment with behavioral health diagnosis, case coordination, and/or counseling services including individual, family, and group therapy *provides 24-hour rehabilitative care for youth referred primarily due to delinquency, programs may include treatment services for youth with mental health and/or substance abuse conditions *Family Services program: provides home-based family counseling and intervention through counselors that make regular visits to the home to work with the youth and their family to address issues that may be causing delinquent behavior

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Alternative Education, Dropout Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

2514 W Tharpe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 739-6759

Apalachee Center, Children's Outpatient Services

*Community based service for children and adolescents age 6-17 at-risk for psychiatric hospitalization; Children’s Outpatient Program provides psychiatric evaluations, medication management, therapy and case management services; staff provide services in the home, office, or child’s school to accommodate family’s busy schedules *Family Intervention Team (FIT) receives referrals from DCF investigators for families that may be in need of services; the team provides rapid access to mental health and substance abuse services, in an effort to reduce abuse neglect and removal of children from the home *Statewide Inpatient Psychiatric Program (SIPP) assigns a case manager and a therapist work with families who feel that their child’s mental illness has risen to the level that they will need to be placed in an intensive, residential setting; assessment determines whether a placement is needed or if intensive services can be provided to prevent the placement *Community Action Team (CAT) provides full range of services to clients aged 11-21, who failed at less intense forms of treatment or who may have multiple crisis stabilization episodes, involvement with law enforcement or Juvenile Justice systems, involvement with the child welfare system, or current/possible placement in an alternative school setting *CAT in Leon, Gadsden and Wakulla Counties (850) 523-3333 Ext.

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Family Preservation Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Medicaid, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg C

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3333

Bethel AME Church, Daughters of Sarah Allen

*Mentoring program for girls in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade to initially join the program; after joining they may continue to receive services through high school years *Various support services, leadership development, tutoring, and many social, fun activities

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Leadership Development, Mentoring Programs, Tutoring Services, Youth Enrichment Programs

501 W Orange Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-7501

Bethel AME Church, Sons of Allen

*Mentoring African-American males (8-16) while participating in character-building activities and learning from positive role models *Goals: to improve academic achievement, instill self-determination and to transmit racial pride, knowledge of culture and history and its significance to contemporary living *Parental Empowerment and Enrichment Program assists parents in understanding youth and developing a closer, stronger relationship, and learning how to handle difficult situations

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Leadership Development, Mentoring Programs, Parenting Skills Classes, Youth Enrichment Programs

501 W Orange Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-7501

Big Bend Crime Solvers, Inc

*Formerly Big Bend Crime Stoppers *Receives anonymous tips on criminal information to assist law enforcement *Rewards are possible if the information is used to make an arrest

Services: Community Crime Prevention Programs

PO Box 937

Tallahassee, FL 32302

(850) 574-8477

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend (BBBS)

*Mentoring program that matches mentors with youth ages 5-18, for one-on-one assistance in Title 1 elementary schools, mentors assist students with schoolwork and give individual attention in areas of academic deficiency, which results in greater academic success, also matches youth ages 6-14 with individual mentors who meet with them at least twice a month for a minimum of four hours to work on academic difficulties, career/college achievement, and positive social and emotional development *Participating youth must be enrolled by the age of 15, but once enrolled may receive services up to age 18; services may be limited in Big Bend counties outside of Leon; call for further information *Volunteers must be18 years of age or older, complete an FBI fingerprint-based background check, and reference check *To volunteer, visit www.

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Mentoring Programs, Tutoring Services, Volunteer Opportunities

565 E Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 386-6002

Boys Town North Florida

*Various programs for at-risk boys and girls, ages 0-18 *Common Sense Parenting Education: Open to the community, 6 week parent education class for parents/caregivers of children 18 or younger offering skills to address common behavior challenges *Boys Town National Hotline: 24/7 Crisis Counseling, primarily for parents/caretakers, as well as problem solving suggestions, parent education, and referrals to support services such as parenting classes and in home family services.

Services: Family Preservation Programs, Foster Parent/Family Recruitment, Group Homes for Dependent Children, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Parenting Skills Classes, Therapeutic Foster Homes

3555 Commonwealth Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 575-6422

Boys Town North Florida, Care Coordination Services

*Intensive, family centered case management services for youth 0-17 with a mental health diagnosis *Helps families navigate the often confusing and complex systems of mental health care, child welfare, juvenile justice and special education *Youth are referred directly to providers in the community according to their needs and problem behaviors *Once services are in place, a consultant monitors them to make sure the services are addressing the needs of the youth *Interested persons who call should ask specifically for care coordination services *Eligibility requirements: *Must be 0-17 years of age and have a mental health diagnosis *Must be navigating at least two systems (i.

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Case/Care Management, Family Preservation Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

3555 Commonwealth Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 575-6422

Brehon Institute, Project SAFE, Madison/Taylor

*Program office in Tallahassee, but workers travel to Madison and Taylor Counties to provide services *In-home visiting service to assist at-risk pregnant women and families with children through age 17 by visiting case management and parent education on weekly basis *Promotes healthy birth outcomes, positive parenting skills and/or job skills, knowledge of available services, independence, personal goals, and family unity *Can serve family 3 to 6 months

Services: Case/Care Management, Child Abuse Prevention, Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Parenting Skills Classes

1315 Linda Ann Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 656-7110 x2

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