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DOE, Division of Blind Services, District 2

*Services to blind or visually impaired persons, or those with an illness which could cause blindness; some based on economic need *Children birth to 5: parent education, counseling, mobility training, social, sensory and cognitive development *School age children: family counseling, case management, educational experience and information *Youth at least 14: school to work programs involving daily living skills, self advocacy, work experience, and assistive technology *Adults (18-65): rehabilitation, counseling, medical eye assistance, vocational rehabilitation and job placement *Seniors (65+): non-vocational rehabilitation, counseling and daily living skills training *Braille and Talking Book Library services and referrals to community services for all ages

Services: Assistive Technology Information, Case/Care Management, Eye Care, Health/Disability Related Counseling, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Vocational Rehabilitation

3900 Commonwealth Blvd, Ste 351

Douglas Bldg

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(800) 672-7038

EyeCare America

*Call or use website to see if qualified for referral to one of EyeCare America's 6,000 plus volunteer ophthalmologists nationwide *Works to reduce avoidable blindness and severe visual impairment by providing free eye health educational materials and facilitating access to medical eye care *Eligible seniors without ophthalmologist visit in three or more years may be able to receive a referral for eye care at no out-of-pocket cost for up to one year *Persons determined to be at increased risk for glaucoma (by age, race and family history) and have not had an eye exam in 12 months or more may be eligible to receive free glaucoma eye exam if uninsured *Program does not provide glasses or contact lenses *Must be US citizen or legal resident, may not belong to an HMO or have eye care coverage through the Veterans Administration

Services: Eye Care

655 Beach St

San Francisco, CA 94109

(877) 887-6327

FL DOH, Franklin, General Health Services

*School and adult physicals, immunizations for all ages, screening for vision and hearing, birth and death certificates, smoking cessation and environmental health services, does not provide general medical care *Satellite office located at 106 5th Street, Carrabelle, 32322; does not provide all services, call ahead *COVID-19/Coronavirus call center for testing and vaccine information *Florida DOH Vaccine Locator: https://floridahealthcovid19.

Services: Birth Certificates, Community Clinics, COVID-19 Control, Eye Care, Hearing Screening, Immunizations, Records/Licenses/Permits, Smoking/Vaping Cessation, Vaccine Information

139 12th St

Apalachicola, FL 32320

(850) 653-2111

FL DOH, Gadsden, General Health Services

*School physicals, screening for vision, hearing and diabetes, birth and death certificates, smoking cessation, environmental health services *Population based outreach program: outreach connecting people without a medical home or insurance to referrals for services available in county *COVID-19/Coronavirus call center for testing and vaccine information *Florida DOH Vaccine Locator: https://floridahealthcovid19.

Services: Birth Certificates, Community Clinics, COVID-19 Control, Diabetes Screening, Eye Care, Hearing Screening, Immunizations, Smoking/Vaping Cessation, Vaccine Information

278 LaSalle Leffall Dr

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-7200

New Eyes for the Needy

*Applications must be filled out on website; agency strongly prefers that any questions be emailed to info@new-eyes.

Services: Eye Care, Visual/Reading Aids

830 Morris Turnpike

Short Hills, NJ 07078

(973) 376-4903

USVA, Lake City VA Medical Center

*Provides comprehensive veteran healthcare, including: primary care, lab work, specialty care, tertiary care, long term care, and emergency room services *Prosthetics, sensory aids, medical equipment and supplies including wheelchairs available *Visual impairment center to optimize remaining sight *Mental Health Services available *Van service from Tallahassee VA clinic offered 8am M-Th, return times vary based on appointment times, call to reserve and verify times, limited seating available

Services: Emergency Room Care, Eye Care, Hearing Augmentation Aids, Hospitals, Prosthetic Devices, Veteran Outpatient Clinics

619 S Marion Ave

Lake City, FL 32025

(386) 755-3016

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