This agency serves Floridians with developmental disabilities. APD works with local agencies to help families with special needs. There are other services available such as group homes. Clients are given the help they need so they can live a life of dignity and choice. Parents can check the website for a variety of other resources. Please see the website for more information.
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Workforce Escarosa provide a range of services for job seekers. We hope to aid them in their job search in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties. Please call or visit our website for more info.
- Career Fairs
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9111 Sturdevant Street
Pensacola, Florida 32514
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3670 North L Street
Pensacola, Florida 32505
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5725 Highway 90
Milton, Florida 32583
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Lucha is for those dealing with domestic violence and human trafficking. There is free legal help for immigrants. You can get healthcare and mental health counseling. They can help with housing, school, and jobs. They help with banking, taxes, and earning a driver's license. See the website to learn more.
Call 305.573.1106 ext. 1400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
FavorHouse of Northwest Florida, Inc. is a safe, temporary, emergency shelter. It is provided to victims of domestic violence and their children. Residents receive a range of care during their stay. Victims are served in two shelter locations. Please call for more information.
- Assistance with orders for protection and court advocacy
- Children’s Activities
- Children’s Assessments
- Children’s Safety Assessments
- Education Program
- Information & Referrals
- Safety Planning
- Support Group
The DEO offers the Welfare Transition Program. This program lets welfare recipients move from welfare to work. It does this by emphasizing self-sufficiency. As well as personal responsibility. Please call or visit the website for more information.
This organization offers help to injured workers. They answer questions about the workers’ compensation system. And can help you identify benefits you might be entitled to. They can also help informally resolve problems or disputes that might come up in your claim. And help you get back to work. Services are free. Please call or visit the website for more information.
Call: 1.800.342.1741 or 1.850.413.1610
The Able Trust High Tech program (HSHT) helps students with disabilities prepare for jobs in tech. They offer educational and career development resources across 42 locations in Florida. It is a community-based program. Participating students are more likely to graduate high school and have improved self-esteem. Please call or visit the website for more information.
Employ Florida Marketplace connects job seekers and employers. It has links to job training and education. Contact for more information or see website.
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Orlando, FL 32809
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This group runs a Day Program. It is available year-round. And offers an individualized approach for each girl. All services are free. They are held at PACE Centers. As well as at schools or within the local community. All services are free. Please call or visit the website for locations and more information.
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