Department of Children and Families provides Substance Abuse and Mental Health assistance for all ages. Please call 904.723.2000 or visit website for more information.
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Haven’s Open Arms is a group home run by a company of the same name. Children from various backgrounds are given the chance to live up to their full potentials. Please call or visit the website for more information.
- Assessments (behavioral, social, emotional)
- Mental Health Services
- Community Service Projects
- Life Skills Program
This agency provides mental health services for children and adults. They also have services for the workplace. Please call for an appointment.
- Adult Counseling
- Children/Youth Services
- Corporate & Professional Development
- Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
- Outpatient Services
- Residential/Inpatient Services
- Substance Abuse
Crisis Line: 352.374.5600
211 is a free information and referral line. 211 links people in need with more than 2,000 local programs. 211 is staffed 24 hours a day.
211 will find help for:
- 24-Hour Crisis and Suicide Counseling
- Elder Services
- Physical and Mental Health Services
- Utilities, Housing, and Food
- Youth and Child Care Issues
Veterans Inn is a nonprofit organization. It was created by the Cosac Foundation. It is a renovated low-budget motel. That acts as a central resource center. The only focus of this agency is to provide a safe and supportive community for veterans that are homeless. At Veterans Inn they will receive housing and food. Some employment assistance is also available. The goal is to support and equip veterans with the tools they need. To recover, rehabilitate, and reintegrate themselves into civilian life.
Connect is a coordinated intake and referral system. It helps pregnant people, caregivers, and families with young children. This is done by providing a one-stop entry point. People using this service are connected to various community programs and resources. These services 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:
Well Florida Council can assist you with a range of services and providers. One of them would be housing through HOP. HOP is a federally funded program designed to assist people infected with HIV. They offer resources and incentives for meeting their housing needs. Please call or visit the website for more information.