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Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) Northwest Region

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 info.

CareerSource Escarosa - Job Seeker Services

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.

Services include:

  • Career Fairs
  • Federal Bonding Program
  • Financial Assistance
  • Health Profession Opportunity Grant
  • Hot Jobs & Hiring Events
  • Job Search
  • Job Seeker Services
  • ReEmployment Assistance
  • Wagner-Peyser Programs

Locations:


Administrative Office

9111 Sturdevant Street
Pensacola, Florida 32514
850.473.0939


Pensacola One-Stop Center

3670 North L Street
Pensacola, Florida 32505
850.607.8850


Milton One-Stop Center

5725 Highway 90
Milton, Florida 32583
850.983.5325


Century One-Stop Center

8120 North Century Boulevard
Century, Florida 32535
850.256.6259

FavorHouse of Northwest Florida, Inc.

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.

Services include:

  • Assistance with orders for protection and court advocacy
  • Children’s Activities
  • Children’s Assessments
  • Children’s Safety Assessments
  • Counseling
  • Education Program
  • Food
  • Information & Referrals
  • Safety Planning
  • Support Group
  • Transportation

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.