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ACT Abuse Counseling & Treatment - Emergency Protective Shelter

Services offered to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and new and temporarily homeless. Children of these victims are also welcome. Services include:

  • 24-Hour service
  • Assistance with resumes
  • Child assessments
  • Clothing
  • Food
  • Goal setting
  • Individual counseling
  • Information and safety planning
  • Job skills
  • Parenting skills
  • Personal care items
  • Specialized children's program
  • Tutoring for children
  • Weekly groups

The length of stay may be up to eight weeks. Call for more information.

After the Rain of Southwest Florida, Inc. - Halfway Housing

After the Rain of Southwest Florida, Inc. is a halfway house that helps women. They may be in recovery from addiction, homelessness, and domestic violence.

They offer three types of housing:

  • Emergency shelter, good for up to 90 days and consistent with HUD/Lee County Homeless Coalition tracking
  • Transitional housing which frequently runs into six months
  • Supportive housing, usually under a separate roof. This house will accommodate women who have participated in our program for a year or more and who are ready for a little less structure, yet still need the support offered by After the Rain

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Agency Community Treatment Services, Inc. - Transitional Housing

This is a long term residential treatment program. It is for those with alcohol, mental health, or drug issues. Residents attend group therapy, educational programs, AA meetings, and recreational activities. Later in the program, residents receive job counseling and help with getting employment and safe housing. The length of stay depends on the program.

Please see the website for more details.

Arnette House, Inc. - Group Homes/Transitional Living

Arnette House, Inc. provides Group Homes/Transitional Living. They operate two Foster Care group homes for six boys and six girls. They focus on the physical and emotional well-being of individual clients. They teach methods for sustaining basic life skills aimed at fostering self-sufficiency.

Youth ages 13 to 17 are provided a healthy and supportive living environment. They meet the basic needs such as food and shelter. They will help in their goal to become self-sufficient once they age out of foster care when they turn 18.

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