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AAANF, Area Agency on Aging for North Florida, Inc

*Area Agency on Aging for North Florida (aka Advantage Aging Solutions) serves the public through the Elder Helpline and website as a network of information, referral and assistance to seniors, caregivers, professionals, and general public *SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders), Senior Wellness, Caregiver Support, and prescription assistance *EHEAP - Utility assistance (heating and cooling only, not water) for seniors 60+ who already have or are about 5 days away from a disconnect notice and meet federal income guidelines; assistance consists of screening, information and referrals to other agencies such as Elder Care in Leon and Senior Centers in outlying counties; callers given thorough explanation of eligibility and what to expect when contacting agencies; utility payment assistance may be sporadic due to variations in funding *Agencies they refer to may run out of funds before the end of the month *Assistance may be available once per cooling season and once per heating season *Provides elder services during disasters *Assist individuals with accessing Medicaid Long Term Care and other home and community based services *Area Resource Directory at https://www.

Services: Adult Education, Area Agencies on Aging, Caregiver Counseling, Disaster Relief Services, Prescription Expense Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2414 Mahan Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 488-0055

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

ARC Big Bend, The

*Serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with life skills, school to work, and employment services *Adult day training for developmentally disabled adults and students in high school transition programs *Supported employment *Employment Services for the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation *Program serves 9 counties within the Big Bend region, including: Madison, Jefferson, Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Taylor, Suwannee, Hamilton, and Lafayette *Employment Services Office in Tallahassee: 2898 Mahan Dr, Suite 2.

Services: Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs, Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Special Education, Vocational Education

122 SW Commerce Dr

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 973-4614

Big Bend Technical College

*GED preparation and testing *Career and technical programs including welding, cosmetology, administrative office specialist, patient care technician and nurse assistant, welding technology advanced, digital media/multi-media design, electronic technology one, electronic instrumentation one and two, millwright: industrial installer and mechanic one and two, and industrial multi-craft technician

Services: Adult Basic Education, Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Vocational Education

3233 S Byron Butler Pkwy

Perry, FL 32348

(850) 838-2545

Big Bend Transition Council

*Group of school district personnel, local agencies, service providers, parents and students who come together to coordinate transition services in the Big Bend area for youth with disabilities, ages 11-22 *Transition for students with disabilities getting ready to move from school to adult life, which takes place over a period of several years *Parents and other interested persons may contact the council with questions and may request a 37 page Transition Resource Guide for Students With Disabilities

Services: Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups, Special Education

2757 W Pensacola St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 487-7160

Capital City Music Therapy, LLC

*Provides music therapy and early music learning services to individuals and groups of all ages and abilities *Offers adapted music lessons to children with special needs

Services: Music Therapy, Special Education

2629 Cotuit Ln

Tallahassee, FL 32309

(850) 391-8644

CareerSource, Gulf Coast, Bay, Franklin and Gulf Counties

*Offers access to employment-related services in one central location *Maintains list of local job openings; provides job search assistance; offers resource room with free computer, copy and fax machine for job searching; free job seeker workshops *Provides veteran's job search help including supportive services; includes family members *Unemployment claims process: www.

Services: Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Job Finding Assistance, Tutoring Services

625 Hwy 231, Mariner Plaza

Panama City, FL 32405

(850) 872-4340

Community Action Agency, Getting Ahead

*Program consists of two components including a 15-week class called Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-by World; then upon completion, participants shift to the Staying Ahead Program where they are paired with 2 mentors who meet regularly for about 6 months to advise, counsel and encourage *Program assists with GED, trade/vocational education, higher education to improve opportunities for jobs with a livable wage; employability skills, and opportunity to participate in the Agency’s On-The-Job Training (OJT) Program; job placement, coaching, and counseling; ongoing counseling, monitoring, and support from a case manager/social worker to ensure continued progress toward family self-sufficiency goals; multiple opportunities for crisis/emergency assistance during the first year (rent, utilities, food vouchers, transportation, childcare) based on the availability of resources *Participants meet once a week in a relaxed discussion type atmosphere and class members work closely with Career Source, TCC and Lively Vocational School; funding may be available to pay for tuition, books, job training, childcare on a case by case basis *Call for more information about class dates and times *Persons interested in becoming a mentor may fill out an application on website or call to volunteer

Services: Career Counseling, Child Care Expense Assistance, Economic Self Sufficiency Programs, Employment Preparation, Financial Literacy Training, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Mentoring Programs, Personal Financial Counseling, Vocational Education, Volunteer Opportunities

309 Office Plaza Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 222-2043 x4

DBPR, Barber and Cosmetology Boards

*Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) regulates many professional individuals and businesses, inspecting and re-licensing them annually ranging from architects to electrical engineers and real estate salesmen *Information for cosmetologists and barbers on licensing requirements and HIV/AIDS education courses to maintain, renew or acquire licenses *24/7 online service available once an initial account set up and activated

Services: AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, Continuing Education, Licensing/Certification/Accreditation

2601 Blair Stone Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 487-1395

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