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Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida - Employment Services

This agency helps people with disabilities with a broad range of services. The goal is to enable them to live as independently as possible. Sign language interpreting services are available. Some Medicaid recipients may be eligible to transfer from a nursing home to their own home.

Services include:

  • ADA Paratransit Screenings
  • Advocacy
  • Disability Travel Training
  • Employment Services
  • Equipment Loan Closet
  • High School High Tech Enrichment Program
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Information and Referral
  • Nursing Home Transition Services
  • Peer Support
  • Sign Language Interpreting
  • Travel Training

Please call for more information.

Locations:
Main Location
222 SW 36th Terrace
Gainesville, Florida
32607
352.378.7474

7361 Forest Oaks Boulevard
Spring Hill, Florida
34606
877.232.8261

3774 West Gulf-to-Lake Highway
Lecanto, Florida

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Job Assistance & Training

The goal of this agency is to be the first place people with disabilities turn when looking for a job. They help people with physical and/or mental disabilities with their career goals. They help clients to feel more independent and integrate into the community. Each client receives an assessment and personalized plan of action. Services may include on-the-job training, job coaching and supported employment. Please see the website for more information.

Goodwill Industries - Suncoast, Inc. - Goodwill's Adult Day Training Program

Goodwill’s Adult Day Training program helps people with disabilities achieve greater independence and community inclusion. Those in the program will earn paychecks working at various jobs. They will do activities in those jobs that will allow them to become more self-sufficient. Call for more information.

The Salvation Army of Ocala/Marion County Florida - The Homeless Resource Center

The Homeless Resource Center provides for male and female a range of services and resources.

  • A message center and assistance with filing disabilities claims through the Social Security Administration and Veterans Administration
  • Case management
  • Clothing vouchers
  • Daily storage for personal items of those who do not live in the shelter
  • Daytime sleeping accommodations for those who work at night
  • Laundry and shower facilities for the homeless who stay in the dormitories
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Referrals to other agencies for help not readily available through The Salvation Army
  • VA counseling

Through collaboration with other agencies, they are able to provide additional services, such as:

  • Online connection with CLM Workforce Connection
  • Weekly HIV testing
  • Weekly mental health counseling

Call for more information.