Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches provides Residential Care. They offer a network of residential child-case campuses. These cottages and villas are scattered throughout the state of Florida to offer a home to children in need. Please call or visit website for more information.
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FSYR offers a summer camp for youth ages 10-15. Kids can take part in many fun activities such as canoeing, archery and swimming. They have the chance to build teamwork and peer communication skills. They can also enjoy the tranquil outdoors. Campers will have the chance to interact with law enforcement personnel and volunteers and learn other social skills. Please see the website for more information.
Florida Telecommunications Relay Service provides phones for those who qualify.
Phones are for those who are:
- Hard of Hearing
- Speech Challenged
Please call or visit website for more information.
This agency offers free consumer credit counseling. You can call or chat online. Credit and debt counseling services are free. A session takes between 60 to 90 minutes. Please call for more information.
This Care Center provides end-of-life care. It address the physical, social, spiritual and emotional care of each patient. There are services for family members as well. The Care Center is there for those who can no longer remain in their home. The 16-bed center provides all the comfort of home along with full hospice services. Please see the website for more information.
Toll Free: 1.800.727.1889
A drunk driving crash can financially ruin a family. MADD Victim Advocates can help the family apply for Crime Victim Compensation. This is a program that may help crime victims and/or survivors. Every state offers this type of benefit. Eligibility conditions may vary. Please see the website for more information.
Costs that may be compensated:
- Child care
- Counseling services
- Crime scene cleanup
- Funeral expenses
- Lost wages
- Medical, rehabilitation and prescription expenses
This agency grants wishes to children with life threatening illnesses. It is for children ages 2 1/2 to 17. After a child is referred, Make-A-Wish will work with the child's doctor to determine eligibility. Their vision is to grant one wish to every eligible child. Please see the website for more information or call the toll free number (888) 874-9474
The NIA provides information and resources. These are to help individuals learn to be an effective caregiver. For a friend or family member with a serious health condition. Please visit the website for more information.
Toll Free: 1.800.222.2225
Information & Resources Available On:
- Long Term Care
- Advance Care Planning
- Long-Distance Caregiving
- Alzheimer's Caregiving
NORD is the primary source of support and information for patients affected by rare diseases. And their families. The resource center provides patients and caregivers with helpful materials. These include free webinars, fact sheets, infographics, and more. The materials will provide guidance on the journey with a rare disease. Please call or visit the website for more information.
The Home Free Program helps runaway, homeless, and exploited youth return home safely. Or helps them get to a stable place where they can receive appropriate services. This is done through a free bus ticket. The group partners with Greyhound Lines, Inc. to provide the ticket. Eligibility and restrictions apply. Please call or visit the website for more information.
24/7 Toll Free: 1.800.786.2929 (1.800.RUNAWAY)