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American Cancer Society - Supportive Services

This agency offers a range of services to those with cancer. Someone is available to talk to 24 hours a day. You may also chat live with someone online.

Services include:

  • Advocacy
  • Assistance (Clothing,Financial, Food)
  • Health Care Services and Screenings
  • Health Education
  • Housing (Hope Lodge)
  • Information and Referral Services
  • Medical Equipment and Supplies
  • Prostheses or Related Accessories
  • Support Groups and Support Services
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Transportation

Please see the website for more information.

Toll Free: 1.800.227.2345

Central Florida Community Action Partnership - Emergency Assistance

Central Florida Community Action Agency offers Emergency Assistance. This program may help with immediate financial emergencies. They also help with disaster relief. A limited amount of funding is available for to the community. This funding is used for one-time emergency needs. This means they cannot help with on-going crises. They may be able to help with direct assistance. They may also be able to give referrals for basic needs. This includes:

  • Energy payments
  • Nutrition
  • Rental assistance
  • Temporary shelter
  • Transportation
  • And more

You must meet eligibility requirements. Call for more information.

Marion Senior Services - Marion Transit Services

Marion Transit Services provide public transportation. This includes services for the transportation disadvantaged. They also help other sponsored and non-sponsored program recipients in Marion County on an advance reservation basis.

Service is provided according to the following needs as space is available:

  • Business
  • Education
  • Life Sustaining Activities
  • Medical Needs
  • Recreational
  • Work

Services Provided By Drivers:
Drivers will help passengers from their doorway into the vehicle. They will also help them from the vehicle to the main entrance of their destination. Most vans are wheelchair equipped. Drivers cannot assist wheelchairs over more than one step or curb. Wheelchairs must not be any wider than 31 inches. Oxygen bottles may be taken if securely attached to the wheelchair or in a small bottle carried by passenger.

Service Animals & Escorts: