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2nd Alarm Project

*Free and confidential mental health counseling and peer support via telehealth for Firefighters and First Responders *Counseling provided by by licensed counselors who are familiar with the stressors of public safety work *Assistance for Firefighter/First Responder administrators/leaders in starting or improving a peer support network for their employees and in lessoning the stigma against seeking mental health treatment *App with information and resources may be downloaded from website

Services: First Responder Trauma Counseling, General Counseling Services, Peer Counseling, Suicide Prevention Programs, Telemedicine

1415 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 771-3473

Apalachee Center, Drop-in Center

*Peer-run community meeting place for anyone experiencing or affected by someone who has mental health, substance use, and/or co-occurring challenges *Services are can be one-on-one or in a group setting and include Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) which is a self-care plan, which includes how to deal with crisis; peer support, employment assistance, recreational activities, skill building, and links to local support services *No referrals needed; no fees; ANYONE can just 'drop-in'

Services: Drop In Centers, Mental Health Support Services

471 W Tannessee Street

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 523-3269

Apalachee Center, Forensic and Civil Residential Treatment Services

*Forensic Residential Services in four locations in Leon and Gadsden Counties serve individuals who have been conditionally realsed into the community under Florida Statute 916 *Residents formerly in state facilities receiving psychiatric and/or psychological treatment under court orders are assisted to reintegrate into the community; offers Psychiatric Services, psychological evaluations, nursing services, case management, group and individual therapy; liaison with the courts; designed to help individuals learn skills to successfully re-integrate into the community, or a less restrictive environment then state treatment facilities; learn skills to help residents be successful in their living environment and to successfully complete any judicial requirements *To be eligible residents must be mentally ill conditionally relased (NGI or ITP status) who are 18 or older, ambulatory or able to self transfer and free of major medical contitions requiring ongoing nursing care, able to be an active particiapant in treatment, able to manage ADLs, free of any charge involving a sexual office, and non-violent charges only for jail-diversion programs *Referrals acceepted from Judicial Circuit Courts, state forensic Mental Health treatment facilities, and state civil mental health treatment facilities *Transition Home: unlocked facility in Leon serving males and females for short-term residential treatment for persons needing step-down program treatment, providing psychiatric treatment, psychosocial rehabilitation, nursing and case management *Satellite apartments (8 shared by 2 people) in Tallahassee: residences for clients many of whom attend school or work, supportive environment to enhance independent living skills particularly in the area of housekeeping, medication management, budgeting, cooking, community access and recovery; mental health services provide by Leon County Outpatient Services

Services: Mental Health Support Services, Residential Mental Health Treatment Facilities

2634-G Capital Circle NE

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3333 x5349

Apalachee Center, Madison County Clinic

*Outpatient mental health services for Madison County residents including primary care, mental health evaluations, case management, medication management, psychosocial rehabilitation and psychiatric assessments for individuals, families and groups ages 6 through adults *Fees depend on patient needs and services; accepts most insurances, Medicaid, Medicare, and has an income based sliding scale for those who are uninsured

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Case/Care Management, General Counseling Services, Medicaid, Medicare, Mental Health Screening, Mental Health Support Services, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Psychiatric Medication Services

225 Sumatra Rd

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 973-5124

Apalachee Center, NAVIGATE Program

*Comprehensive outpatient treatment program for Leon County residents 18 to 40 years-old assisting persons following their first psychotic episode or in their first year of diagnosis and their families to successfully find their way to psychological well-being, and to access the services they need in the mental health system * Team-based approach including a Program Director, an APRN prescriber, an Individual Resiliency Trainer (IRT), Family Education (FE) Clinician, a Case Manager, a Supported Employment and Education (SEE) Specialist, and a Peer Support Specialist *Provides direct coordination of all medical care, help managing symptoms of illness, immediate crisis response as needed, prescribes and manages medications offers therapy, and as the patient is ready can help obtaining financial entitlements and housing; assistance with housing tasks so a person can live in regular housing alone or with a roommate; learning how to socialize; treatment for clients with co-existing substance abuse (dual diagnosis); employment service and job placement; assistance with legal issues; support, education, and skill-teaching for family members; offsite (in-home) and online (telemental health) meetings available depending on patient's circumstances *Fees based on the needs of the patient; accepts most insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and offers an income-based sliding scale; fees for medication management may be ongoing

Services: Caregiver Training, Case/Care Management, Employment Preparation, Home Based Mental Health Services, Medicaid, Mental Health Assessment and Treatment, Mental Health Support Services, Psychiatric Case Management, Psychiatric Medication Services, Telemental Health

471 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(448) 200-1200

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, Tallahassee Chapter

*Support group for anyone with any type of mood disorder, as well as friends and family (ADULTS ONLY, NO CHILDCARE AVAILABLE) *Group offers an opportunity to learn and benefit from experiences of persons who have "been there", motivation to follow treatment plan, help with understanding that a mood disorder does not define a person, rediscovering strengths and humor, and a forum for mutual acceptance, understanding, and self-discovery *Meeting at Apalachee Center 2634 Capital Circle N.

Services: Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Mental Health Support Services

1616 Physicians Drive

Tallahassee, FL 32317

(850) 570-1916

FSU Counseling & Psychological Services

*Short-term outpatient mental health counseling to currently enrolled FSU students including individual, group, and couples counseling, crisis intervention, substance abuse evaluation and counseling, eating disorder treatment offered face-to-face, by phone, and telemental health online via Zoom *Services covered by student fees, no out-of-pocket expenses; enrolled FSU students may include a partner or spouse for couples counseling as long as one person is an FSU student *Services are performed by licensed psychologists, social workers, mental health counselors, treatment coordinators and a mental health education coordinator supervising doctoral, masters, and practicum interns; Persons wishing to see a licensed therapist should request one; Referrals to other mental health professionals when needed *Daily psychoeducation workshops focusing on anxiety and depression available via Zoom *For a mental health crisis, the number is available for FSU students after hours and weekends; callers should leave a message and a counselor will return their call

Services: Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, Eating Disorders Treatment, General Counseling Services, Student Counseling Services, Substance Use Disorder Counseling, Suicide Prevention Programs, Telemental Health

Askew Student Life Center, Ste 201

942 Learning Way

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-8255

Give An Hour

*Free mental health care by phone, video (telemental health), or in person for active-duty military, National Guard, reserve service members, veterans, and military families, first responders, or any member of the general public affected by mass violence, opioid crisis responders, interpersonal violence, or rare disease caregivers *To schedule appointment search for a provider on website, contact directly, identify as a potential Give an Hour client; if a provider is not available in a selected area, contact info@giveanhour.

Services: Anger Management, Bereavement and Grief Counseling, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, General Counseling Services, Mental Health Information/Education, Mental Health Screening, Suicide Counseling, Suicide Prevention Programs, Telemental Health, Volunteer Opportunities

PO Box 1532

Clarksburg, MD 20871

LOSSteam of the Big Bend

THIS IS NOT A HOTLINE FOR THOSE FEELING SUICIDAL: PLEASE CALL 988 *LOSS: Local Outreach to those who have lost a a loved one to suicide; a two-person team of trained suicide loss survivors and mental health professionals serving as volunteers to be a resource of support, help and hope to bereaved survivors no matter how long ago the sucicide occured; can be contacted 24/7 by phone or by text at 741741for supportive services immediately and then for as long as needed to decrease their risk of suicide, strengthen mental health and help cope with grief; the LOSS Team will travel to see the bereaved person face to face, or provide assistance over the phone, and also provides a monthly support group *Collaborative effort of NAMI-Tallahassee, law enforcement agencies, and community partners including providing packets to victim advocates for Leon County Sheriff's office and Tallahassee Police Department with information and referrals for help

Services: Advocacy, Bereavement and Grief Counseling, Suicide Loss Survivors Support Groups, Suicide Prevention Programs, Volunteer Opportunities

Confidential Address

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 888-5677

National Alliance on Mental Illness, (NAMI), Tallahassee

*Most messages left at the main number can be returned within 24 hours *Provides advocacy, information and referral, education, support groups and training for families of persons with mental illness, along with peer training *Eight week training program teaches family members coping skills for dealing with loved ones with mental illness *Another eight week program teaches coping skills to adults living with mental illness *Call for registration and/or information about the above eight week training programs, leave message *Education and training available for agencies and other interested groups *Tallahassee/Big Bend area support groups are as follows: *Family to Family Support Group: currently held virtually twice monthly *NAMI Connection Peer Support Group: currently held virtually twice monthly *For support groups, register online at www.

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

Confidential, Staff working primarily remotely

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 841-3386

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