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Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida

This agency helps with basic needs such as financial, food, prescription and housing. Clients can be referred to other agencies as needed. Please call for more info.

Services Include:

  • Adoption Services
  • Bridges to Circles - A Self-sufficiency Program
  • Christmas Connections
  • Counseling
  • Disaster Relief
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Food Pantry
  • Health Professions Opportunity Grants (HPOG)
  • Immigration Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Refugee Services
  • Shelters
  • Twice Treasured Thrift Stores
  • Veteran Support (SSVF)

Additional locations:
3128 E. 11th Street
Panama City, Florida, 32401
850.763.0475

1815 N. 6th Avenue
Pensacola, Florida, 32503
850.436.8754

11 First Street Southeast
Fort Walton Beach, Florida, 32548
850.244.2825

Chautauqua Offices of Psychotherapy and Evaluation

Community mental health center in Walton County. The Center offers quality mental health and substance abuse treatment services. We help persons of all ages. Please call or visit our website for more info.

Services include:

  • Adult Residential Services
  • Case Management
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Prevention Education
  • Psychiatric Treatment
  • Screening and Referral
  • Wellness Programming

Hosanna House - Transitional Housing

Hosanna House is a transitional living facility. It is located in Destin, Florida. The program lasts from 6 to 9 months depending on the individuals need. Call for more information.

Requirements to enter the Hosanna House program:

  • A willingness to make a sincere commitment to the 6-9 month program
  • Being addiction free for at least six months, independent of incarceration or an inpatient facility (this includes all illegal drugs, prescription drugs & alcohol)
  • Being willing and able to work full time and/or attend the local job training center full time
  • Having a strong desire to change your life for the better and to become whole, healthy, and self-supporting

Opportunity, Inc. Okaloosa Walton Homeless Continuum of Care - Assisting Chronically Homeless

Independent Living Programs provide help to those who:

  • Have been homeless for at least a year
  • Homeless four times in the last three years
  • Who have chronic mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders

Case managers can link clients to housing, employment, benefits, and mental health and/or substance abuse treatment. Please call for details as to current service providers.

Opportunity, Inc. Okaloosa Walton Homeless Continuum of Care - Cold Night Shelter

Cold Night Shelter is a joint effort involving churches in Fort Walton Beach, Crestview, and Niceville. They give a safe haven when the temperature drops to 40 degrees or below. A community resource center, the Matrix, offers cold night shelter in DeFuniak Springs.

Severe weather shelter is also provided by the First United Methodist Church in Crestview. It is active whenever the National Weather Service issues a severe weather warning. The severe weather warning may be for thunderstorms, tornados, or hail.

Volunteers provide:

  • A hot dinner and breakfast
  • A place to lie down
  • Shower facilities where possible

Some churches also offer:

  • Hair cuts
  • Laundry facilities
  • Transportation to work sites

Call for more information.

Opportunity, Inc. Okaloosa Walton Homeless Continuum of Care - Fresh Start, Transitional Shelter

Fresh Start is a not-for-profit agency. They provide transitional and affordable housing. For families and individuals who are homeless, but who are engaged in steady employment. Shelter House also has limited transitional housing for families who have been victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Call for more information.

Shelter House - Emergency Shelter

The Emergency Shelter provides safe and confidential shelter. Shelter is given to all female victims of domestic violence and their children. The facility is staffed 24 hours per day, 365 days a year. They can house up to twenty-four (24) residents. Residents are given immediate needs such as food and hygiene products. They are also assigned an advocate who can assess all other needs and give services. Some of these services may be peer counseling, referrals, legal advocacy and safety planning.

The average length of stay is eight (8) weeks. Upon leaving the shelter, residents are encouraged to continue using services through one of the outreach offices.

Please call for more information and locations.

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