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Access Florida - Food Stamps(EBT), Temporary Cash Assistance, and Medicaid

The Food Stamp Program(EBT) helps people with low income to buy healthy food. The application can be done online. Please see the website for your local service center. The application is also used for Temporary Cash Assistance, Medicaid, and all other Department of Children and Families services.

Deaf/Hearing Impaired:
Florida Relay 711 or
TTY: 1.800.955.8771

Adoption-Florida Adoption Center LLC

This agency offers adoption as an alternative parenting option. They help support birth mothers and adoptive parents. Help is offered before, during, and after adoption. They also provide resources for birth parents who choose to parent. The support is offered at no cost. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Toll Free: 1.855.899.5683
Birth Parents: 321.250.5683
Adoption Parents: 321.766.5683

Aging and Disability Resource Center - Advantage Aging Solutions

Advantage Aging Solutions is the local area agency on aging. It is also the aging and disability resource center. This group works to improve the quality of life for older adults. They offer a variety of programs and services. The help is for older adults. It is also for persons with disabilities and caregivers. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Elder Helpline: 1.800.963.5337

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Brehon House - Brehon Family Services

Brehon House is transitional housing in Tallahassee. Brehon House provides safe housing for homeless pregnant women and their infants. The women are can bring children three years or younger to live with them. These women and their children are provided a stable, nurturing, safe and loving environment.

Call or visit the website for more information: http://www.brehonfamilyservices.org/programs/brehon-house/

Capital Area Community Action Agency - Low-Income Home Energy Assistance

The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps people pay their energy costs when they have an unpaid energy bill. The program helps low-income families. For the first half of the month, priority is given to single mothers, people 60 years or older, disabled people, and children under five years of age. All other clients are served the second half of the month. Please call or visit website for more information.

Website: http://capitalareacommunityactionagency.com/about-crisis/

Capital Area Community Action Agency - Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps people pay their energy costs when they have an unpaid energy bill. The program helps low-income families. For the first half of the month, priority is given to single mothers, people 60 years or older, disabled people, and children under five years of age. All other clients are served the second half of the month. Please call or visit website for more information.