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Apalachee Center, FL Assertive Community Treatment (FACT)

COVID Update: patients and staff are screened on entering the facility *Comprehensive community-based treatment program ONLY FOR persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses, significant functional impairments, and/or history of frequent hospitalizations, substance abuse, and inability to meet basic needs *Uses 24 hours a day/7 days a week approach *FACT Team consists of nurses, social workers, psychiatric ARNP, substance abuse treatment specialists, vocational rehabilitation counselors, and peer counselors *Team provides (1) direct provision or coordination of all medical care (both psychiatric and general), (2) help managing symptoms of illness, (3) immediate crisis response, (4) the most effective and appropriate anti-psychotic and anti-depressant medications (5) supportive therapy, and (6) practical on-site support in coping with life's day-to-day demands including (a) help obtaining financial entitlements and housing; (b) assistance with housing tasks so a person can live in regular housing alone or with a roommate; (c) help with learning how to socialize; (d) treatment for clients with co-existing substance abuse; (e) employment service and job placement; (f) assistance with legal issues; (g) support, education, and skill-teaching for family members

Services: Case/Care Management, Home Based Mental Health Services, Peer Counseling, Psychiatric Case Management, Psychiatric Medication Services, Substance Use Disorder Counseling

471 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 523-3269

Florida Youth Council, The

*Group of youth and emerging leaders (15-30 years old) with disabilities or special health care needs *Peer groups geared toward getting young people involved in self-advocacy, peer mentoring, and other activities *Offers leadership and participation opportunities for youth, including an Annual Youth Summit, an electronic and print newsletter, and social networking

Services: Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Leadership Development, Peer Counseling

820 East Park Avenue, Suite F-100

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 224-4670

Gadsden Woman to Woman

*Program is part of the Center for Health Equity *Outreach maternal child program to assure healthy pregnancies and healthy babies *Case management for pregnant, postpartum, parenting women age 14-44 years old as well as advocacy, information/referral, nutritional education, biopsychosocial assessment, physical health assessment, and short term counseling *Peer support groups for pregnant and parenting women *Male involvement and fatherhood support group sessions for fathers *Education on women's health issues for pregnant women, women of childbearing age and mothers of children age birth to 2 years of age *Breastfeeding education and support with Certified Lactation Counselors (CLCs) for women *Peer support groups offered for males and females in Gadsden high schools *Assists with the education, enrollment, and outreach related to the Affordable Care Act

Services: Affordable Care Act Insurance Information/Counseling, Breastfeeding Support Programs, Expectant/New Parent Assistance, Parent Support Groups, Peer Counseling, Pregnancy/Childbirth Support Groups

231 E Jefferson St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-4963

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Northern & Central FL Chapter

*Information about blood cancers including leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, phone, live chat or email *Patient education, treatment options, manage side-effects and resources *Peer to peer support groups *Raises funds to support research, patient services, advocacy

Services: Medical Information Services, Peer Counseling

40 East Adams Street Suite LL40

Jacksonville Chapter

Jacksonville, FL 32202

(904) 332-6414

Minority Alliance for Advocating Community Awareness and Action, Inc.

*Confidential HIV testing and referrals *Does street outreach to offer mobile testing in certain neighborhoods *Offers HIV/STD Prevention Counseling and Peer Navigators *Advice on how to navigate the health care system *HIV peer social group; call for dates, time and location *Positive Youth Group *Volunteers accepted

Services: AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, Confidential HIV Testing, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Peer Counseling, Volunteer Opportunities

1720 S Gadsden St, Ste 223

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 942-6222

National Alliance on Mental Illness, (NAMI), Florida

*Advocacy, information and referral, education, support groups and training for families of persons with mental illness, along with peer training, throughout the state *12 week training program teaches family members coping skills for dealing with loved ones with mental illness *Lending library offering DVD's and written materials *Education and training available for agencies and other interested groups *Family to Family Support Group: 2nd Tuesday of every month from 7pm-8:30pm, at St John's Episcopal Church/Library, 211 N Monroe St, Tallahassee *NAMI Connections: Every Wednesday 6pm-7:30pm, via Zoom

Services: Advocacy, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Mental Health Information/Education, Peer Counseling

1713 Mahan Dr

Lower Level Ste B

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 671-4445

Vets For Warriors

*24/7 confidential non-crisis peer support hotline for military service members, veterans, military families and caregivers *Free immediate long term peer support available by phone, text, or online chat; peer support through secure email also available, responses delivered within 24 hours

Services: Military Transition Assistance Programs, Peer Counseling, Veteran/Military Hotlines

(855) 838-8255

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