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American Red Cross, Armed Forces Emergency Services

*Emergency services during times of need for armed forces members (active duty or retired with pension) and their families, including emergency communication, financial assistance and information and referral *Services: 1) emergency communications, ie births, serious illness, or death of a family member; 2) verification of need for emergency leave and leave extensions; 3) financial assistance for emergency travel, urgent needs, ie food or shelter; 4) confidential counseling, information, and referrals to military and health and support services; 5) assistance in understanding military policies; 6) direct impact of deployment, anxiety and complexities caused by separation; 7) support and information on issues from benefits or budgeting to deferments, compassionate reassignment and dependence discharge, (granting of leave is strictly between service member and his/her commanding officer) *When calling, be prepared to provide the following information as is known: full legal name; rank/rating; branch of service (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard); Social Security number; date of birth; military unit address; information about the deployed unit and home base unit (for deployed service members only); ongoing Support for Our Military Families; deployment Services

Services: Advocacy, Disaster Management Organizations, Disaster Relief Services, Military Family Service/Support Centers, Specialized Information and Referral, Temporary Financial Assistance

1115 Easterwood Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(850) 878-6080

FDVA, Franklin County Veterans Service Office

*Florida Department of Veterans Affairs Franklin county office *Assists veterans and dependents in applying for benefits provided by USVA and other federal agencies: pensions, survivor benefits, service-related medical problems, home loans and specially adapted housing, women veterans outreach, outreach and assistance to homeless vets *Assists in applying for Florida benefits: Homestead and other tax exemptions, disability benefits, education and tuition breaks, lower license fees and ad valorem taxes during active duty, *Assists in getting transportation to medical facilities when necessary

Services: Homeless Diversion Programs, Military Transition Assistance Programs, Student Financial Aid, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran Burial Benefits, Veteran Compensation and Pension Benefits, Veteran/Military Health Insurance, Veteran Reintegration Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation

33 Market St, Ste 103

Franklin County Courthouse

Apalachicola, FL 32320

(850) 653-8096

Florida National Guard, Family Assistance Centers

*Eight Family Assistance Centers around Florida offer practical assistance and emotional support for families and/or persons in the Florida National Guard or any branch of the military; including veterans *Services include sessions to help prepare for deployment, establishing a family care plan, relocation assistance, financial planning, explaining health benefits, and information and referrals to government and other agencies that interact with the military on family and quality of life issues *Emergency financial assistance when funds are available, most often granted to spouses of deployed service members for unexpected emergencies *Gold Star Program for families who have lost a loved one during active duty, provides emotional support and referrals to support groups, spiritual resources, bereavement and financial counselors, along with guidance to additional survivor resources

Services: Bereavement Counseling, General Bereavement Support Groups, Military Family Service/Support Centers, Social Services for Military Personnel, Temporary Financial Assistance, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran/Military Health Insurance

1225 Easterwood Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(850) 528-9476

Housing, Leon County, Veterans, Seniors, Disabilities

*Listings in Leon of low-income, public and/or private, affordable housing for veterans, seniors or persons with disabilities; some are open to residents of other counties in the Big Bend; **locations having separate programs in this database with more information *TALLAHASSEE *VETERANS **Home Front Veterans Community, Big Bend Homeless Coalition, 325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A, 32303, (352) 339-5593 VA contact or (850) 576-5566 Home Front; 50 units, 1 br; vet must be homeless and eligible for VA healthcare benefits **Tallahassee Veterans Village, 1280 Kissimmee St, 32310; (850) 575-3140; two-year transitional apartments for men and women who are/were in the military; mental health services, training, education, counseling and employment assistance; not a shelter SENIORS AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES **Bethel Towers, 324 N M L King, Jr Blvd, 32301, (850) 224-2486; ages 62+, 59 units, 1 br; rent based on income, HUD **Better Angels Housing, Lutheran Social Services, 606 W Fourth St, 32303; (850) 575-4309; seniors 55+, 10 units, 2 br; $680 rent plus some utilities; Section 8 **Casa Calderon, 800 W Virginia St, 32304, (850) 222-4026; 112 units, 1 br; age 62+ or adults of any age with a medically verified disability, but does not provide any medical or self-care assistance; rent based on income **Goodwill, Mabry Village, 2441 Roberts Ave, 32310, (850) 574-4663; 29 units, 1,2 br; head of household or spouse must be physically disabled; persons with mental disabilities eligible but no priority; HUD **Goodwill, Oakridge Village, 274 Ross Rd, 32305, (850) 942-4777; 39 units, 1,2 br; head of household or spouse must be physically disabled; persons with mental disabilities eligible but no priority; HUD **Goodwill, Thomasville Village, 272-276 Old Boston Rd, Thomasville, GA 31792, (229) 226-4663; 19 units, 1,2 br; head of household or spouse must be physically disabled; persons with mental disabilities eligible but no priority; HUD **Home Place at Balkin, BBHC, 325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A, 32303, (850) 576-5566; permanent supportive housing set up for chronically homeless persons with disabilities; must have some income; access gained through Kearney Center **Home Plate, BBHC, 325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A, 32303, (850) 576-5566; permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless persons with disabilities; access gained through Kearney Center **Jamestown Woods Apartments, 3150 Windsong Dr, 32308, (850) 386-3006; seniors 55+ meeting income requirement, 1,2 br **Lake Ella Manor, 1433 N Adams St, 32303, (850) 224-1431; efficiencies, 1 br; seniors 62+ or under 62 if mobility impaired; rent based on 30% of adjusted gross income **Miccosukee Hills Apartments, 3201 Miccosukee Rd, 32308, (850) 878-5844; 62+ or certified disabled but capable of independent living, 1,2 br, income guidelines; usually 2 year waiting list *Miracle Village, 1208 Birmingham St, 32304, (850) 224-8486, (850) 222-0561; 62+ meeting HUD income guidelines; 44 units, 1 br **Sunrise Place Apartments, 2525 Texas St, 32301, (850) 942-0035; 1,2 br; HUD, open to anyone qualifying **Westminster Gardens, (Georgia Belle), 301 E Carolina St, 32301, (850) 224-8021; 62+, studio and 1 br; income based 30% of income, HUD

Services: Housing Search and Information, Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing, Military Transition Assistance Programs, Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing, Rent Payment Assistance, Transitional Housing/Shelter

US Army Human Resources Hotline

*Information, resources and referrals related to family issues: finances, child support and family readiness for use by family members of soldiers on active duty, those in the Army National Guard or Army Reserves, or retired military and their families *Not able to answer questions about casualties, wounded soldiers, or missing in action but will forward calls

Services: Military Family Service/Support Centers, Specialized Information and Referral

Confidential Location

(888) 276-9472

USVA, National VA Caregiver Support Line

*Licensed independent social workers available to answer questions, listen to concerns and link caregivers of veterans to the Caregiver Support Coordinator at their local VA Medical Center *Each VA Medical Center has a Caregiver Support Coordinator who can locate assistance

Services: Caregiver Counseling, Military Family Service/Support Centers, Veteran/Military Hotlines, Veteran Support Groups

400 Fort Hill Ave

Canandaigua, NY 14424

(855) 260-3274

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