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AARP Florida

*AARP (Formerly American Association of Retired Persons) assists people age 50 and over to stay informed on issues important to this age group *Advocates on legislative, consumer and legal issues, offers services to members including AARP Magazine, AARP Bulletin monthly newsletter, community programs such as Tax-Aide to help with filling out tax forms, Driver Safety and Money Management courses, and Benefits *All Florida offices can be reached through the main toll free number

Services: Aging/Older Adult Support Groups, Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups, Senior Advocacy Groups

215 S Monroe St, Ste 603

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(888) 687-2277

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

Al-Anon/Alateen

*Worldwide fellowship that provides self-help groups for family, friends, or anyone affected by an alcoholic *Alateen is for teenage family members or friends of alcoholics *Local number has option of listening to a recorded message with meeting days, locations, and times, or callers can leave a message and volunteers do their best to return calls; if calls are not returned within a day or two, call and leave a message again *Website also provides meeting and other information

Services: Families/Friends of Individuals With a Drug Use Disorder Support Groups, Families/Friends of Individuals With an Alcohol Use Disorder Support Groups, Substance Use Disorder Counseling

PO Box 13163

Tallahassee, FL 32317

(888) 425-2666

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Intergroup 5

*Ongoing support to people dealing with problems related to alcoholism *Membership open to anyone wanting to address a drinking problem or remain in the organization to maintain sobriety and to assist others *Meetings of different types include open speaker or discussion, closed discussion, or step meetings, Big Book Meetings *Some meetings are available in correctional treatment/institutional facilities *See web site for meeting times, locations, dates; or call to speak to a member and/or for recorded information

Services: Alcohol Use Disorder Support Groups, Substance Use Disorder Counseling

No physical address

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 224-1818

Alcoholics Anonymous, Bay County Info Line

*Meeting schedule, information, and locations for AA, Al-Anon, and Ala-Teen groups in Bay and Gulf Counties *Phone numbers of group members for people in need of support

Services: Alcohol Use Disorder Support Groups, Substance Use Disorder Counseling

PO Box 1443

Panama City, FL 32402

(850) 784-7431

Alexander Graham Bell Assn/Deaf/Hard of Hearing

*Maintains listening and spoken language resource websites for parents, professionals, teens and adults with hearing loss; offers free six-month membership for parents *Helps families, health care providers and education professionals understand childhood hearing loss and the importance of early diagnosis and intervention *Support advocacy, education, research, and financial aid programs for Infants & toddlers, Preschool age children, school age children, and children looking to advance in the Arts & Sciences

Services: Fundraising and Resource Development Support, General Health Education Programs, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Hearing Augmentation Aids, Speech Therapy

3417 Volta Pl, NW

Washington, DC 20007

(202) 337-5220

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

Alzheimer's Project, Big Bend Caregiver's Support Groups

*Support groups share knowledge, strategies and techniques on caring for persons with Alzheimer's or other dementia *Some group locations held same time as respite care, but not always GADSDEN COUNTY *Quincy, Thomas Memorial Baptist Church, 1001 W Washington St, 32351, 2nd Wednesday, 1:30AM-3:30PM *Chattahoochee, First United Methodist Church, 32324, 18 W Marion St, 2nd Thursday, 1AM-11:30PM GULF COUNTY *Port St Joe, United Pentecostal Church, 508 16th St, 32456, 4th Tuesday 10AM–11:30AM JACKSON COUNTY *Marianna, First Presbyterian Church, 2898 Jefferson St, 32446, 1st Thursday, 10AM-11:30AM (CST) JEFFERSON COUNTY *Monticello, Jefferson County Library, 375 S Water St, 32344, 4th Monday, 11:30AM-1PM LEON COUNTY *Tallahassee, St Paul's United Methodist Church, 1700 N Meridian Rd, 32303, 1st & 3rd Tuesday, 11:30AM-1PM *Tallahassee, Immanuel Baptist Church, 2351 Mahan Dr, 32308, Evening Support Group, 2nd & 4th Tuesday, 6PM-7PM *Tallahassee, The Villas at Killearn Lakes, 8213 Killearn Lakes Terrace, 32312, 1st & 3rd Tuesday, 6:30AM-7:30PM *Tallahassee, Westminster Oaks, 4449 Meandering Way, 32303, 2nd & 4th Friday, 10AM-11:30PM TAYLOR COUNTY *Perry, First Presbyterian Church, 310 Plantation Rd, 32348, 4th Tuesday, 10:30AM-11:30AM WAKULLA COUNTY *Crawfordville, Lake Ellen Baptist Church, 4495 Crawfordville Hwy, 32327, 2nd Monday, 9:30AM-11AM *Crawfordville, Wakulla Public Library, 4330 Crawfordville Hwy, 32327, 2nd Saturday, 10AM-11AM WASHINGTON COUNTY *Chipley, First Presbyterian Church, 658 5th St, 32428, 1st Thursday1PM-2:30PM (CST)

Services: Caregiver/Care Receiver Support Groups, Caregiver Counseling, Health/Disability Related Support Groups

301 E Tharpe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 386-2778

American Cancer Society

*Information on research, education, advocacy, and services available for cancer patients, survivors, family and friends, and health care professionals *Topics: include local low-cost medical referrals where available, prevention, early detection, treatment, clinical trials, coping, support group referrals, the Cancer Survivors Network, statistics, research programs, and how to donate or volunteer with ACS *National hotline also offers information and referral for the Breast and Cervical Cancer screening sites in Florida

Services: Cancer Detection, Clinical Trials, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Information Services

3380 Chastain Meadows Pkwy NW, Ste 200

Kennesaw, GA 30144

(800) 227-2345

American Childhood Cancer Organization

*Offers referrals for financial help for lodging, chemotherapy expenses, insurance help, scholarships, etc *Offers community support, information, and free books for children with cancer and a variety of age groups *Provides resources to families and children with cancer at no cost to them and educational information about tumors, blood count, medical procedures, etc *Advocates, provides crucial support families need—financially, socially, and emotionally—through diagnosis, treatment, and well beyond *Provides 24/7 online peer support

Services: Health/Disability Related Support Groups

PO Box 498

Kensington, MD 20895

(855) 858-2226

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