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Ability1st, Center for Independent Living of North FL

*Core services for persons with disabilities including independent living skills training, information and referral to other relevant organizations, and peer support including a weekly mental health support group *Durable medical equipment loans such as wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, shower chairs and disposable medical supplies (incontinence products) for low income persons with disabilities; special funding available for the purchase of equipment for those living with paralysis, there may be a wait list depending on the type of equipment needed *Home Modification Program provides home improvements necessary to eliminate health, safety and architectural barriers including wheelchair ramp construction, halfsteps, handrails, widening doorways and replacing a bathtub with a walk-in shower *FTRI Amplified Phones (free) for persons with hearing or speech loss; beginning and intermediate American Sign Language classes open to any adult in the community *Youth Transition: High School High Tech (HSHT) gives youth ages 14-22 with all types of disabilities the opportunity to explore jobs or post-secondary education leading to technology-related careers; open to youth from Leon, Gadsden or Wakulla counties, activities include career counseling and workshops, industry and campus tours, summer internships, and community service projects *Assistance in applying for social security benefits for persons with dual diagnosis (mental health and/or substance abuse disabilities)

Services: ADA Implementation Assistance, Daily Living Aids, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Home Barrier Evaluation/Removal Services, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Mobility Aids, Prosthetic Devices, Youth Employment Programs

1823 Buford Court

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 575-9621

ALS Association Florida Chapter, The

*Promotes awareness and understanding of ALS (commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease) and the work of the ALS Association by providing up-to-date information and education materials to ALS patients, caregivers, researchers and members in the healthcare field *Information pamphlets, newsletters, research symposiums, and speakers bureau *Regional care coordinators may assist with getting needed services *Available services vary by county; possibilities include health care and insurance advocacy, medical transportation, medical equipment and assistive technology, respite and home care, and support groups

Services: Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Medical Information Services, Mobility Aids, Respite Care

3242 Parkside Center Circle

Tampa, FL 33619

(813) 637-9000 x130

Big Bend Cares, HIV/AIDS Non-Health Services

*HIV Case Management including HOPWA, linkage to other needed services *HIV/AIDS prevention counseling and safer sex education, including supplies and condoms *Dental expense assistance for eligible individuals; up to $1,000 annually *Limited financial assistance for eligible individuals, including utilities, rent, and mortgage assistance *One bag of food per month for eligible individuals

Services: AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, AIDS/HIV/STD Prevention Supplies, Case/Care Management, Dental Care Expense Assistance, Food Pantries, Housing Search Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2200 S Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 656-2437

Elder Care Services, Emergency/Short Term Care

*Emergency assistance for seniors *Emergency food pantry open 9AM-5PM and can be used once per month for three days worth of non-perishable foods; Farmers Market coupons for discounted purchases once per year in Spring *Adaptive equipment available for loan: wheelchairs, walkers, shower chairs, bedside commodes, canes and other items as available *Referral to Home health aides and Meals on Wheels, services available based on funding, there may be a waitlist *Transportation available to qualified individuals *Emergency eHeap (electric) assistance for seniors as funding allows; agency funds are renewed the first of each month and are available until they are depleted

Services: Food Pantries, Food Vouchers, Local Transportation, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2518 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 921-5554

Girl Flo Project, The

*Promotes period equity and makes menstrual products more accessible to Leon County School District students; not private or charter schools *Any eligible student who may not have reliable, consistent access to menstrual products due to financial circumstances or other hardships can call and request free supplies *Donations of menstrual products or donations of money by community members that will go towards the purchasing menstrual product dispensers, menstrual products for the dispensers, and waste receptacles and bags for bathroom stalls are welcome

Services: Menstruation Supplies

2757 W Pensacola St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 487-7241

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, disaster assistance program, Thanksgiving dinner on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Day, and holiday Angel Tree assistance program *All assistance is for emergency services only and available on a limited basis; food pantry may be used once a month (except daily bread and pastries, when available); furniture vouchers are given on a case by case bases for those who are recovering from a natural disaster or homelessness and will require photo ID and a letter from a caseworker; personal hygiene kits are provided every 6 months, if available; all other all other assistance is available once every 12 months

Services: Diapers, Food Pantries, Furniture, General Clothing Provision, Menstruation Supplies, Personal/Grooming Supplies

2410 Allen Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 222-0304

Senior Citizens Council of Madison County

*Senior Center offers congregate meals (hot lunches) at two locations: the Senior Center in Madison and 166 SW Onslow St, Greenville 32331 (behind Greenville City Hall), home delivered meals, recreational and educational activities, homemaker service, personal care assistance, respite care, food pantry, transportation for medical purposes and to and from the center for activities, telephone support, environmental modification and housing repair, pest control, loan closet for medical supplies, Health & Wellness *Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program (EHEAP) will pay for home energy bills in a crisis (Over 60, low income, SRA approved, confirming letter from power company, or receive food stamps) *Additional in-home services include case management, screening and assessment, housekeeping, pest control, emergency alert response systems, home delivered meals, health prevention, chore information, telephone reassurance, companionship, nutritional education and more *Rescue Closet Program loans out equipment up to eight weeks, if the items is needed longer a request may be placed for an extension; Items based on availability and can include walkers, wheelchairs (manual and electric), tub seats, portable commodes, canes, transfer board and crutches free of charge to seniors

Services: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Home Delivered Meals, In Home Assistance, Local Transportation, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Respite Care, Senior Centers, Utility Service Payment Assistance

1161 SW Harvey Greene Dr

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 973-4241

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