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USVA, Marianna Community Based Outpatient Clinic

*Primary medical health care for veterans *Psychiatry, mental health counseling, smoking cessation, diabetic and hypertension care and education *Patients currently going to VA clinic elsewhere can transfer to this clinic or continue to see current provider; transferring veterans will be worked in for appointments after newly enrolled veterans are seen *Veterans requiring hospitalization or some specialty services are transferred to either other local facilities, Lake City, or Gainesville *Veterans have access to clinics and education sessions via Telehealth

Services: Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Veteran Outpatient Clinics

4970 Hwy 90

Marianna, FL 32446

(850) 718-5620

USVA, Gulf Coast Health Care System, Panama City Outpatient Clinic

*General medical care, specialty medicine, dental, mental health services, psychiatry and social workers for Veterans *Mental Health Clinic, 140 Richard Jackson Blvd, Panama City Beach, 32407 *Phone numbers listed same for both locations

Services: Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Veteran Outpatient Clinics

2600 Veteran's Way

Panama City, FL 32408

(850) 636-7000

TMH, Physician Partners, Blountstown

*Family and pediatric care, immunizations *Pregnancy testing, family planning, referrals for prenatal care *Confidential HIV and STD testing for primary care patients only *Persons wanting to become a patient must first fill out an application; new patients seen in about 30 days, ill patients in 1-2 days *Treat depression but anything more specialized will be referred for psychological counseling

Services: Birth Control, Confidential HIV Testing, General Medical Care, Immunizations, Pediatrics, Pregnancy Testing, Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening

17808 NE Charley Johns St

Blountstown, FL 32424

(850) 674-4524

Positive Behavior Supports Corporation

COVID 19 Update - Modified intake and therapies to use video wherever possible *Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention offering individualized, research-based processes using principles of applied behavior analysis and person and family-centered practices *Provides in-home and in-school applied analysis (ABA) and therapy to children with autism spectrum disorder *To request services, complete the on-line Request for Services form

Services: Autism Therapy, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays

3960-B Arbor Trace Dr

Lynn Haven, FL 32444

(855) 832-6727 x21

Northwest FL Regional Public Housing/Section 8

*Administers Public Housing and Section 8 Housing in Northwest Florida: Bradford, Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, Gadsden, Gulf, Franklin, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson Lafayette, Liberty, Madison, Suwanee, Taylor and Union *Section 8 housing program subsidizes rent for eligible very low income households in the private sector *Public Housing provides subsidized rentals in property developed, owned and operated by Northwest Regional Housing Authority *To locate public housing on web site, find preferred town and open to map and address

Services: Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing

5302 Brown St

Graceville, FL 32440

(800) 365-9527

Healthy Families, North Florida

*Free home-visiting program for women and infants accepted either prenatally or by newborn�s third month; once accepted services may be available for up to 5 years depending on need *Trained visitors inform parents about child growth and development, what to expect as baby grows, how to promote healthy growth and development, bonding with baby and setting goals for the family *Linkage to other community services as needed *Some counties specify that only families in targeted zip codes are eligible; call for more information

Services: Expectant/New Parent Assistance

4440 Putnam St

Marianna, FL 32446

(850) 482-5391

Growing Minds Center

*Full-time private school for children with autism and related disabilities *Summer school programs, depends on funds for that year *After school applied behavior analysis therapy *Most students qualify for McKay scholarships that cover tuition *Gulf County transportation available, parents outside provide transportation; transportation possible in Franklin County--check with County public transportation

Services: Autism Therapy, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Special Education

528 Cecil G. Costin Sr. Blvd. Suite A

Port St Joe, FL 32456

(850) 229-2757

Early Learning Coalition of NW Florida

*Information and referral for child care, after school programs, developmental assessments, early intervention for children with special needs, school readiness programs, and Voluntary Pre-K *Toll-free number and two regional offices serve seven county area *Parents can register for VPK and Child Care Assistance at www.

Services: Child Care Centers, Developmental Assessment, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Extended Child Care, Preschools

703 W 15 St, Ste A

Panama City, FL 32401

(866) 277-9077

FDLRS, PAEC Associate Ctr

*Panhandle Area Educational Consortium (PAEC) serves 13 counties in the Florida Panhandle area *Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System *Child Find assists in locating, identifying, and obtaining services for children birth-21 years with developmental delays, suspected delays, and/or special learning needs *Provides information and assistance to parents *Provides diagnostic and instruction support to schools for appropriate educational programs

Services: Developmental Assessment, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Special Education

753 West Blvd

Chipley, FL 32428

(850) 638-6131

CTD, Gulf ARC & Transportation, Franklin County

*Provides contracted transportation services for Medicaid recipients and CTD qualified persons living Franklin and Gulf Counties *Non-emergency transportation for anyone of any age in need: (1) Medicaid recipients; (2) seniors and other persons who qualify as "Transportation Disadvantaged" due to disability, low-income, age or other extenuating circumstances *Transportation arrangements to health care appointments for Medicaid clients is made by the HMO to which the client is assigned; the client does NOT make the arrangements with a provider directly *Persons who do not know if they are in a Medicaid HMO should call AHCA, Medicaid Area 2B Field Office: 800-248-2243 or 850-412-4002 to find out *CTD qualified riders should call the local provider directly 48-72 hours in advance to make arrangements for transportation; CTD application needed for lower cost *Persons not in a Medicaid HMO can still use the local provider, but will have to pay out of pocket, unless a grant covers them *May have 1 free escort if necessary; parent(s) needing to take additional children to appointment must pay a fare for them *If a car seat is needed for an underage child, adult must supply it

Services: Consumer Complaints, Local Transportation

PO Box 8

Port St Joe, FL 32457

(850) 229-6550

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