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American Legion, Sauls-Bridges Post 13

*Organization of veterans, advocates and lobbies for veterans and their families in Congress *Educates youth on Americanism and patriotism *Provides various services in the community as needed *Provides fellowship and comradery *Two related groups: American Legion is for veterans who served during certain designated war times, as well as military personnel on active duty *American Legion Auxiliary is for women with a spouse or close relative who served in the armed forces during one of the designated war times *Both groups offer a meeting on the 2nd Thursday of the month and a social on the 4th Thursday of the month; call for times

Services: Veteran Membership Organizations

229 Lake Ella Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 222-3382

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

(800) 733-2767

Big Bend Homeless Coalition, Advocates for Veteran Housing

*Supportive services for Veteran individuals or families in or transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing *Services include obtaining VA and public benefits, referrals to community agencies *Assistance with past due rental/utility bills for Veteran households facing eviction, and housing identification and rental/utility deposits for Veteran households at risk of, or experiencing homelessness available after eligibility determination

Services: Homelessness Prevention Programs, Rental Deposit Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Deposit Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance, Veteran Benefits Assistance

325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 597-5595

Big Bend Homeless Coalition, Home Front Veterans Community

*Permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless veterans; 50 one bedroom units, some wheelchair accessible *Eligibility: veteran must be 1) currently homeless (defined as living in a shelter, transitional housing, or place not meant for human habitation such as a vehicle or the woods), and 2) eligible for VA healthcare benefits *Apply through VA contact person Denna Green-Corbett at (352) 339-5593

Services: Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing, Veteran Homes

325 John Knox Rd, Bldg A

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(352) 339-5593

CareerSource, Capital Region, Gadsden County

*Access to employment-related services in one central location and matching qualified participants with appropriate job opportunities, based on skills and other circumstances *Center maintains lists of job openings *Dept of Economic Opportunity: job search and assistance, resume writing classes, employability skills classes, two-year training scholarships *Welfare Transition: case management services, employment classes, job training and placement, financial assistance for employment-related transportation and child care *Veteran services *SNAP E&T(food assistance), Temporary cash assistance (TCA, TANF), Medicaid for health care (call for days and times) *Migrant fand seasonal farm worker program *Services for youth 16+: test preparation guide, college requirements, financial resources *Unemployment claims process: www.

Services: Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, Job Finding Assistance, Veteran Employment Programs, Youth Employment Programs

1140 W Clark St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-4040

CareerSource, Capital Region, Leon County

*Access to employment-related services in one central location and matching qualified participants with appropriate job opportunities, based on skills and other circumstances *Center maintains list of job openings *Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act Program: job search and assistance, resume writing classes, employability skills classes, two-year training scholarships *Ex-offender employment program *Welfare Transition: case management services, employment classes, job training and placement, financial assistance for employment-related transportation and child care *SNAP/Food Stamps (food assistance), Temporary cash assistance (TCA, TANF), Medicaid for health care (call for days and times) for clients in program *Dept of Economic Opportunity: unemployment compensation, veteran's services *Unemployment claims process: www.

Services: Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, Job Finding Assistance, Veteran Employment Programs, Youth Employment Programs

2601 Blairstone Rd, Bldg C, Ste 200

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 922-0023

CareerSource, Chipola/Blountstown

*Provides services for job seekers, businesses and employers in Liberty, Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson and Washington counties *Offers training for individuals who may have barriers to certain employment, or be a veteran or eligible spouse, low income or receiving public assistance *Assists dislocated workers (laid off); youth (16-24) seeking first or new jobs and/or a trade, obtaining high school diploma or GED *Welfare Transition may provide Temporary Cash Assistance (TANF) recipients with training, education, support services, and skills needed to gain unsubsidized employment *Veterans offered help in preparing for employment in the civilian world through a transition program *Veterans Transition Assistance Program helps service members with service related disabilities or barriers prepare for employment *Will help with bonding an ex-offender for employer willing to hire *Do NOT refer callers for financial assistance or housing

Services: Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, Job Finding Assistance, Unemployment Insurance, Veteran Employment Programs

4636 Highway 90 E, Ste E

Marianna, FL 32446

(850) 633-4419

FAMU, Veterans Resource Center

*Resource center for veterans who are considering attending FAMU, or are current FAMU students *Information about various veteran educational benefits, assistance obtaining and processing applications/forms *Educational counseling and FAMU admissions information *Computer lab and printing available for veterans and dependents *Veteran students lounge, equipped with sofas, lockers, refrigerator, microwave and phone chargers to provide comfortable environment for comeraderie and mutual support *VA student work-study available for qualifying students *Interested persons may call, walk-in, make appointment or email veteranaffairs@famu.

Services: College/University Entrance Support, Student Financial Aid, Veteran Benefits Assistance

640 Gamble St, Ste 2

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 412-5843

FDVA, Florida Dept of Veterans Affairs

*Assists Florida's veterans, their families and survivors to improve their health and economic well-being through advocacy regarding benefit information, educational programs, and long term care service *Refers clients to appropriate veterans services *Information and referral services are provided by phone and website *Coordinates programs with Governor's Office, Florida Legislature, and Florida Congressional Delegation

Services: Advocacy, Specialized Information and Referral, Veteran Benefits Assistance

11351 Ulmerton Rd, Ste 311-K

Largo, FL 33778

(727) 518-3202

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

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