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A Safe Haven For Newborns - Direct Assistance For Pregnancy Support

A Safe Haven For Newborns offers assistance to women who are pregnant and to women with newborns.

Services include:

  • Medical Related Issues, through referral assistance
  • Baby related items, such as baby clothing and formula
  • Local transportation
  • Legal issues
  • Burial services
  • Direct financial assistance
  • Counseling
  • Parenting education
  • Abuse prevention
  • 24-Hour/Multilingual Helpline: 1.877.767.2229

Please call or visit website for more information.

A Women's Pregnancy Center - Pregnancy Services

A Women's Pregnancy Center provides services for those facing possible unexpected pregnancy. The services are confidential.

Services include:

  • Confidential Peer Counseling
  • Education
  • Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound
  • Maternity & Baby Items (diapers, bottles, clothing, etc.)
  • Pregnancy Tests
  • Referrals

Please call or visit website for more information.

Locations:
A Women's Pregnancy Center of Madison
345 NW Marion Street
P.O. Box 42 (mailing location)
Madison, FL 32341
850.973.6970

A Women's Pregnancy Center of Marianna
469A Clinton Street
Marianna, FL 32446
850.526.4673

Answers for Parents - Counseling and Treatment for Troubled Youth

Answers for Parents is a free hotline that may be able to help parents with a troubled teen or young adult.

They may be able to help through the following programs:

  • Residential Treatment Centers / Programs
  • Therapeutic Boarding Schools
  • Residential Youth Development Programs / Schools
  • Transitional Boarding Schools
  • Regular / Traditional Boarding Schools
  • Wilderness and/or Outdoor Therapeutic Programs
  • In-Home Intervention Programs
  • Boot Camps
  • Military Schools

Please call or visit website for more information.

Boys Town - North Florida - Transitional Housing

Boys Town offers housing for youth who cannot remain in their own homes. Married couples care for the children in a traditional home setting. There are three homes for boys and two for girls in the Tallahassee area. Many of these children have suffered the trauma of abuse and neglect and need a safe place to stay. Youth form a family and learn social and independent living skills that will help them in the future. The ultimate goal is to reunite each child with his or her family, whenever possible.