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All Children's Hospital - Community Education

This hospital has educational programs to the general public. There are topics on child health, safety and child advocacy. Other topics include parenting skills, child development, self-esteem, SAFE KIDS, CPR and quitting smoking. Topics for youth include weight loss for children and teen baby sitting training. Classes take place at various locations.

Please see the website for more details.

Caring & Sharing Center for Independent Living - Medical Equipment

This agency has helped many of its clients through the Medical Equipment Recycling Program (MERP). Available equipment is 100% dependent upon what has been donated to the Center. They take donations such as wheelchairs, walkers, scooters, chair lifts, shower chairs, etc. They are then cleaned and matched up with someone who needs it.

DACCO - Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office - Admissions

This agency has numerous services for those who have drug or alcohol dependencies. They have both inpatient and outpatient treatments. They have educational programs that have the aim of preventing drug and alcohol abuse.

Anyone can make a referral. New patients can walk in or make an appointment to do the initial assessment before being admitted. Each patient gets an individualized plan of action. Florida Medicaid and many insurance plans are accepted. There are payment plans for those who do not have insurance.

After treatment is complete, each patient gets follow up services.
There are inpatient residences for women, men and those going through drug detox. They have 24-hour, seven days per week supervision.

EyeCare America - Children's, Diabetes, Glaucoma & Seniors

This agency refers people to local eye doctors for a free eye exam. Eligible people include anyone who is at increased risk for glaucoma based on family history, race, age and not had an eye exam in at least 12 months. For people over 65, they can qualify if it has been at least 3 years since they have seen an eye M.D. To qualify for a referral, you must be a US Citizen or legal resident and not have eye care insurance through an HMO or the VA. Applications are taken online. You are then sent the name of the participating doctor if you qualify.

Please see the website for more details.

FTRI - Special Telephones for the Hearing/Speech Challenged

FTRI has special telephone equipment for people who are hearing or speech challenged. Clients can call other people who use a standard phone. There are also services available for those who speak Spanish.
FTRI has a variety of amplified phones, TTY, Voice Carry-Over (VCO), Hearing Carry-Over (HCO) and CapTel phones. Please see the website for all available equipment.

To qualify, client must be a permanent Florida resident, at least 3 years of age, has a certified hearing loss or speech difficulty and a working landline.

To call Florida Relay, dial 7-1-1 or use one of the phone numbers below:
Voice: 1.800.955.8770
TTY: 1.800.955.8771
ASCII: 1.800.955.1339
VCO-Direct: 1.877.955.8260
STS: 1.877.955.5334
Spanish: 1.877.955.8773

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