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2-1-1 Big Bend, Inc

*Comprehensive information and referral for Helpline 211 in Big Bend area, for Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline and Florida Family Health Line *Telephone counseling *Crisis intervention and information services, suicide helpline *Search on-line Big Bend area and HIV/AIDS programs

Services: 211 Systems, Call Center Volunteer Opportunities, Comprehensive Information and Referral, Information Sources, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

PO Box 10950

Tallahassee, FL 32302

211

Anchorage Children's Home

*Hannah's House: maternity home for homeless pregnant women 16-22, offering time to complete education and prepare for employment while choosing to parent or offer child for adoption *Hidle House, short-term, crisis/runaway shelter for ages 10-17 The Bridge: transitional living program for homeless youth ages 16-22, offering stable living for up to 18 months focusing on assisting residents in completing their education, secure employment, and preparing for self sufficiency *Family Counseling: A short term, 12 week free service to youth ages 6-17 and their families involving assessment, counseling, referral, and case management services.

Services: General Counseling Services, Maternity Homes, Runaway/Youth Shelters, Transitional Housing/Shelter

2121 Lisenby Ave

Panama City, FL 32405

(850) 763-7102

Apalachee Center, Crisis Counseling Walk-In Center

COVID Update: Services available on-site or through telehealth.

Services: General Counseling Services, In Person Crisis Intervention, Mental Health Screening, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Suicide Counseling

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3333 x4301

Apalachee Center, Evaluations/Admissions

COVID Update: All clients and employees are screened before entering building *AKA Central Receiving Facility *Serves as 24/7 walk-in central receiving facility for anyone experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis *Staff will do mental health and/or substance abuse evaluation to determine appropriate level of care (inpatient or outpatient) *Persons determined to be in need of outpatient care will be given referrals to receive outpatient services *Those admitted to inpatient care may go to either Eastside, Tallahassee Memorial Behavioral Health Center, Capital Regional Medical Center, or PATH, based on insurance, preference, availability and other factors *Persons needing inpatient care who do not have insurance will usually go to PATH *Also serves as single point of entry for all persons who are subject to the involuntary Baker Act or Marchman Act

Services: Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, In Person Crisis Intervention, Involuntary Psychiatric Intervention, Mental Health Screening, Suicide Counseling

2634 Capital Circle NE, Bldg B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 523-3483

Bass, Nancy, LCSW (MH8447)

*Licensed Clinical Social Worker (MH8447) in group practice who is currently accepting new patients *Practice is accessible and can be reached by public transportation *With insurance fees are $125 hourly and $200 for initial session which will last two hours or longer; Sliding scale for self pay is $125 or new patients and $75 for established patients; Practice accepts Aetna/Humana, Anthem, BCBS.

Services: Crisis Intervention, Eating Disorders Treatment, Family Counseling, General Counseling Services, Mental Health Assessment and Treatment, Substance Use Disorder Counseling, Suicide Counseling, Telemental Health

1965 Capital Cir NE #200

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 671-4600

Bolhouse, Lisa, LCSW (SW1872)

*Licensed Clinical Social Worker (SW1872) in private practice who is currently accepting new patients *Practice is accessible and can be reached by public transportation *Fees $125 an hour, does not offer a sliding scale for self-pay; accepts Aetna, Beacon, CIGNA, Employee Assistance Program, Humana, Optum, Tricare, United Healthcare *Treats adults and young adults as Individuals and Couples in person and by video (telemedicine); specialty treatment areas include general anxiety and depression, Victim and Trauma counseling, PTSD, and veteran's issues.

Services: Bereavement Counseling, Conjoint Counseling, Crime Victim/Witness Counseling, Crisis Intervention, General Counseling Services, Telemental Health, Veteran Reintegration Counseling

2234 Hansen Lane, Unit 1

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 443-8977

Florida Network of Youth and Family Services

*Statewide agency provides information and referrals for both children/teens (6-17) and/or parents who are in crisis; agency does NOT provide direct services to callers *Serves as information and referral resource for CINS/FINS (Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services) and other agencies for families with a child persistently beyond the reasonable and lawful control of parents or guardians *Refers homeless, runaway, truant and at risk youth to shelters, respite care, and other helping agencies *Website has important information related to parents and youth in crisis: Parent Options (legal and otherwise) for ungovernable children, and legal rights for youth *Advocates for agencies who serve troubled youth providing training, quality improvement, contract management, data collection, research, and advocacy

Services: Family Preservation Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Parenting Skills Classes, Runaway/Homeless Youth Counseling, Runaway/Homeless Youth Helplines, Truancy Counseling

2850 Pablo Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 922-4324

National Runaway Safeline/CINS/FINS

*24-hour hotline counseling for runaway youth 12-21 or those considering running away, their families and friends; crisis intervention; information and referral; message delivery; conference calls *Referrals to Safe Place locations for local youth needing shelter or other youth service agency *Free bus rides home to qualified youth (12-21 who call the hotline) via Greyhound's Home Free program; conference call and follow-up services to help facilitate the transition *Shelters, law enforcement or social service agencies can contact the National Runaway Safe Line to secure services for a child *Bullying information and response *Qualified children and families provided: intake and assessment, crisis and general counseling targeted toward family stabilization, networking with other agencies to provide needed services, case management, and facilitation of temporary shelter when needed *Information and referral resource for the CINS/FINS (Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services) for families with a child habitually truant from school, runs away, or persistently beyond the reasonable and lawful control of parents or guardians; interested callers should ask specifically for the CINS/FINS program *Chat, text and email options available through website

Services: Bullying Prevention, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Runaway/Homeless Youth Counseling, Runaway/Homeless Youth Helplines, Runaway/Youth Shelters, Truancy Counseling

3141 B N Lincoln Ave

Chicago, IL 60657

(800) 786-2929

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

*24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress *Call is routed to nearest crisis center in national network of more than 140 crisis centers *National network of local crisis centers provide crisis counseling and mental health referrals 24/7

Services: Suicide Counseling, Suicide Prevention Hotlines

50 Broadway, 19th Floor

New York, NY 10004

(800) 273-8255

Safe Call Now

*24/7 resource and crisis hotline for all types of public safety employees and their families, including veterans *Public safety employees include all types of first responders, dispatchers, corrections officers and anyone in an occupation which provides protection to the public *All calls are confidential *Hotline is answered by officers, former law enforcement officers, public safety professionals and/or mental healthcare providers who are familiar with the stressors of public safety work *Hotline counselors listen and provide support, help assess the caller's situation and determine a course of action, and provide referrals *Website has an email option

Services: General Crisis Intervention Hotlines, Suicide Prevention Hotlines, Veteran/Military Hotlines

PO Box 141122, Spokane Valley

Spokane, WA 99214

(206) 459-3020

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