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Early Steps

Children’s Home Society of Florida offers the Early Steps program. This program empowers families with children who have developmental delays. Services are available for children ages 0 to 3. They help navigate the challenges, celebrate milestones, and help children reach their full potential. Specialists work with the parents to build on their strengths. This empowers parents to advocate for their families. In-home visits are an option to increase the comfort of the child. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Available Services Include:

Florida Department of Children and Families - Services

This agency can help clients get services such as Food Stamps and Temporary Cash Assistance.

Programs Include:

  • ACCESS Florida (Food Stamps, Medicaid, Temporary Cash Assistance)
  • Abuse Hotline
  • Adoption information
  • Adult Protective Services
  • Child Welfare
  • Domestic Violence resources
  • Foster Care
  • Homelessness resources
  • Human Trafficking information
  • Mental Health services
  • Refugee Services
  • Substance Abuse information
  • Please see the website for all services.

Healthy Start of Central & North Florida Coalitions - Healthy Start Program

The Healthy Start program is a home visiting program that helps through pregnancy and after the baby is born. This program is free to pregnant women, infants, and families with children up to age 3 who are at-risk or need help with healthy child development. This program focuses on pregnancy, breastfeeding, and newborn care.

Alachua County Office: 352.337.1200
Bradford County: 904.964.7732
Citrus County: 352.513.6078
Columbia County: 386.758.1065
Dixie County: 352.498.1360
Gilchrist County: 352.463.3120
Hamilton County: 386.234.0560
Hernando County: 352.848.3977
Lafayette County: 386.294.1321
Lake County: 352.314.6933
Levy County: 352.486.5300
Marion County: 352.644.2717
Putnam County: 386.481.3614
Sumter County Office: 352.569.2959
Suwannee County: 386.362.2708
Union County: 386.496.3211

Healthy Start of Central & North Florida Coalitions - The Connect Program

The Connect Program is a referral program. They provide many programs and resources. Some programs include infant safety, family planning, child development, nutrition, and more. Resources may include food, housing aid, employment, and more. This program is for pregnant women, infants, and families with young children. Eligibility is based on a screening. Call or visit the website for more information.

Healthy Start of Central & North Florida Coalitions - The MIECHV/Parents as Teachers Program

MIECHV/Parents as Teachers is a free program for parents with infants and young kids in stressful life situations. They teach parents and caregivers skills to help their children be healthy, safe, and ready to succeed in school. This program is for families with kids up to age 3 in Alachua and Marion counties. In Bradford, Columbia, and Putnam counties, this program is for families with kids up to age 5. Call or visit the website for more information.

Pregnancy Assistance - A Safe Haven For Newborns

Safe Haven for Newborns is here to help pregnant women of all ages. This group helps from the time you find out that you are pregnant and during your pregnancy and after the baby is born. The group offers a variety of services.

Direct Assistance Available Includes:

  • Safe Haven Relinquishment
  • Medical Related Issues
  • Necessities
  • Housing/Shelter
  • Legal Issues
  • Burial Services
  • Abuse
  • Counseling/Parenting Education
  • Financial Assistance
  • Adoption Issues
  • Education

Please call 877.767.2229 or visit the website for more information.

WellFlorida Council - Connect

Connect is a coordinated intake and referral system. This program is a one-stop entry point. People using this service are connected to various community programs and resources. That provide education and support. The agency works to help ensure a healthy start in life and a hopeful future. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Education, Support, & Resources Available: