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Legal Aid For All Community Legal Services

The Legal Aid for All Community Legal Services offers free legal aid. The legal services are provided at no cost. The services help protect a client’s families, health, and livelihood. There are eligibility requirements to use these services. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Toll Free Helpline: 1.800.405.1417
Hours:
Monday & Thursday - 8:30am to 4:30pm
Tuesday & Wednesday - 8:30am to 6:30pm
Friday - 8:30am to 3:30pm

Areas of Service:

MADD - Victim Compensation

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

Money Sense Program

Goodwill offers classes that help people take charge of their money.

  • Session #1 Banking Basics
  • Session #2 Personal Spending and Saving Plan
  • Session #3 Credit and Debt
  • Session #4 Investments

Session Schedule and location can be found on the website.
Please call for more information.

Samaritan Resource Center- Help with Benefits

Everybody needs help applying for benefits and filling out forms. Get help here.

  • Assist with Food stamps applications
  • Medicaid and Medicare applications
  • Help to apply to Social Security Income and Social Security Disability
  • Housing First applications
  • Unemployment filing
  • Legal Services
  • Assist to apply for Free phones
  • Birth certificates and IDs
  • VA access
  • Retrieval of military records
  • Notary Public

Welfare Transition Program

In Florida, the TANF (or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) work program is called the Welfare Transition Program. It is run by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. The program helps welfare recipients move from welfare to work. The goal of the program places importance on work and self-sufficiency. And on personal responsibility. To meet these goals a variety of support services and programs were created. The funding came from both federal and state. There are requirements that must be met to participate in this program.