Our Mother’s House is a two year residential program. It is for mothers and preschool children who find themselves homeless. They will assist mothers with education, job skills, childcare and parenting. Call for more information.
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The Center for Building Hope gives free information, programs and services. They help cancer patients, caregivers and family members. They connect them with others who are going through the same or similar experience.
Programs & Services:
- Couples & Cancer
- Exercise Programs
- Horticultural Therapy
- Individual Counseling
- Networking Groups
- Programs for Children
- Support Groups for Cancer Patients
- Support Groups for Caregivers, Friends and Families of Cancer Patients
Contact for more information.
The aim of this agency is to create a barrier free environment for Floridians with visual disabilities. Their many programs help clients live more independently. There are services for children and adults. Please see the website for more information.
Toll Free: 1.800.500.6412
The program offers relevant personal, social, therapeutic, and work skill training to adults with disabilities through community and center-based resources. The activities are designed to advance individual independence and expand participants’ life choices at work, home, school, and in the community.
Call or visit website for more info.
We offer alternative pregnancy resources to women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. We are able to help you find a forever family for your baby, establish ongoing contact/communication with them and assist them with taking steps to get back on their feet.
Call anytime - Toll-Free 855.899.5683, or Call or Text 321.250.5683
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 provides free legal services in Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, and Sarasota Counties. They do not handle criminal or traffic cases. They do not handle Workers Comp claims. Please see the website for all services.
Applicants can get help with:
- Basic needs, including housing, applying for public assistance, and consumer protection
- Elder issues, including housing and income preservation
- Family law issues, including divorce and domestic violence
Legal Aid Line, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm: 813.232.1343
Toll Free: 1.800.625.2257
Locations: click here
Interpreters are available.
This program helps family members reunite with each other. They conduct searches using a variety of different methods. Please be advised that their resources are limited and they cannot always conduct a search for all clients. Please see the website for more information.
Click here for useful information: http://salvationarmyusa.org/usn/missing-persons
Healthy Start is a program that screens pregnant women and newborn babies to identify risk factors for low birth weight and infant mortality. Healthy Start is free and available to everyone regardless of income. A team of nurses, social workers, and peer counselors assist families in finding out their needs. Classes are in English and Spanish. No appointment is needed.
- Childbirth and Breastfeeding Education
- Parenting Support
- Smoking Cessation Services
The Salvation Army provides social services to those in need. Contact for more information or help.
- Community Feeding
- Emergency Financial Assistance - Social Services
- Emergency Shelter
- Families in Transitional Housing (FAITH) Program
- Thrift Store
- Transitional Development Program (TDP)
- Voluntary Interim Placement-Enhanced Recovery (VIP-ER) Program
Thrift Store Location
2280 17th Street