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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

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

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

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

Bright Future Behavioral Health

*Group practice of licensed professionals and supervised interns seeking to assist those with mental health and/or substance abuse issues by removing barriers such as homelessness, transportation, and accessible treatment *Practice English speaking only, is accessible, and can be reached by public transportation; currently accepting new patients; cannot prescribe or manage patient's medications *Fees $100 to $125 an hour, offers a sliding scale for self-pay; accepts United Health Care and Humana, working for Medicaid/Medicare accreditation call for information; uninsured clients with no funds may receive counseling from a supervised intern for little to no charge *Faith-biased treatment for adolescents through adults as individuals, couples, and families both in person and by video (telemental health); specialty treatment areas include ADHD, addiction and substance abuse, anger management, anxiety, behavioral issues, bipolar disorder, coping skills, depression, family conflict, opposition/defiance disorder, school issues, self-esteem, self-harming, stress, suicidal ideation, and PTSD/Trauma, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), support animal evaluations and letters *Offers Second Chance Employment Program, a 90-day program where ex-offenders receive job coaching and job readiness training, supported by the Bright Futures Bargain Store; case management with community resources, assists in Medicaid and food stamp applications, and applying for Social Security benefits; Parenting skills coaching

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Anger Management, Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Faith Based Counseling, Family Counseling, General Counseling Services, Parent Counseling, Parenting Education, Parenting Skills Classes, Substance Use Disorder Counseling, Substance Use Disorder Day Treatment, Telemental Health

2236 Capital Circle NE Suite 204

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 792-7795

DCF, Parent Educ/Family Stabilization Course Providers

*Florida DCF maintains list of providers of a course that all parties in a divorce involving children are required to take *Parenting course is a minimum of four hours designed to educate, train, and assist divorcing parents regarding the consequences of divorce on parents and children *In some counties, parents may take the course on-line as a course or webinar; on-line information about courses available on website or may call main office in Tallahassee for a list

Services: Divorce Counseling, Parenting Skills Classes

2415 North Monroe Street, Ste 400

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 300-4323

*Website and call center offer "network connections" to guide to to help persons understand basic divorce related information and laws that pertain to specific issues for each state *Offers divorcing individuals information including online divorce process when legal (varies state by state) *Educates persons prior to seeking professional services about forms that may be required and/or needed *"Positive Parenting through Divorce" is an on-line parenting course that may fulfill mandatory state requirements

Services: Divorce Assistance, Parenting Skills Classes, Specialized Information and Referral

6801 Koll Center Pkwy, 3rd Fl

Pleasanton, CA 94566

(800) 680-9052

FSU, Early Head Start, Gadsden County

*Program is for children under age 3 and pregnant women, living in Gadsden County *Home Visitors provide weekly 90 minute visits to assess children's development and demonstrate educational activities to build early learning skills *Screens children within 45 days of entry for identification of potential health or development concerns and access to medical care including transportation to appointments, linking with community resources, and partner with parents on family goal setting *Provide information on topics that may be of interest to parents including: pregnancy health, childhood and general health, nutrition, parenting, and understanding children's behavior *Play groups (social groups) are held twice a month and include fun activities, snacks, and community speakers

Services: Early Head Start, Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Pediatric Developmental Assessment

343 E King St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 922-1330

FSU, First Words Project

*First Words Project sponsors Baby Navigator which is primarily a web based program *Relevant to children birth-24 months of age *Provides information useful to track baby's progress and learn how to encourage healthy cognitive, language, social and emotional development *Information on developmental language skills, possible early signs of autism and communication delays *To join Baby Navigator go to website and register to create an account *Account will be customized to baby’s age, with links to resources that grow as baby grows *Persons with questions or difficulty navigating website may call

Services: Autism Therapy, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Pediatric Developmental Assessment

2312 Killearn Center Blvd

Edgewater Office Park, Bldg A

Tallahassee, FL 32309

(866) 526-8919

FSU, Public Broadcast Center

*Resource for children, youth, educators, and parents to enhance educational diversity *Sponsors Sci Girls (summer camp for girls 9-15), Ready to Learn Resources (ages 2-8), WFSU Kids (provides events for families), 411 Teen (Sunday radio program for teens) and others *Volunteer opportunities available for persons interested in programming, pledge drive support and other events *Helps promote events through website on-line calendar, cultural notes on radio and TV programs

Services: Distance Education, Literacy Programs, Media/Communications, Parent/Family Involvement in Education, Parenting Skills Classes, Volunteer Opportunities

1600 Red Barber Plaza

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 645-7200

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