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March of Dimes - Advocacy

March of Dimes speaks out for laws that improve health care for women and children. Volunteers and staff reach out to government officials in response to Florida action alerts. Topics of interest may include health care coverage, research and public policy studies. Local volunteers are always welcome. Please call for more information.

March of Dimes - Baby Advice

March of Dimes offers advice for new mothers. You can type in questions online and get answers right away. The website has information about a number of interesting topics. Please see the website for more information.

Topic Include:

  • Caring for your baby
  • Complications and loss
  • Preparing for your baby
  • Your baby’s health

March of Dimes - Pregnancy Information

This website offers information for pregnant women. They offer advice for women before, during and after having a baby. For women who are trying to get pregnant, they can use the online ovulation calendar as a guide. There is also useful information about complications and what to do about them. Please see the website for more information.

Useful Topics Include:

  • After pregnancy changes
  • Before pregnancy advice
  • Complications during pregnancy
  • Ovulation calendar
  • Postpartum physical changes (video)

March of Dimes - Professional Resources

March of Dimes offers resources for healthcare professionals. They can order informative posters, booklets and brochures for the office and/or patients. There are also continuing education classes for nurses. Please see the website for more information.

Resources Include:

  • Continuing Education courses
  • Information for your patients
  • Medical resources
  • Professional education
  • Product catalog
  • Perinatal statistics
  • Scholarships and grants

March of Dimes - Research

March of Dimes researches ways that women can have healthier babies. They work globally and locally in your community. They provide information and research. When a baby is born too soon or too sick, they offer comfort and resources.

Please call for more information.

Upcoming Event:
March for Babies - Suwannee Valley 2014
Date: Saturday April 5, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Registration Time: 8:00 AM
Olustee Park
169 N. Marion Avenue
Lake City FL 32055
352.378.9522

Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. - Children & Youth Services (Suwannee County)

Children and teens can be seen at the clinic, home or school for counseling. They can be seen without parental consent for all substance use disorders or for a mental health emergency. However, the parents' involvement is essential for their children's improved mental health.

The Recovery Center is for teen boys with substance abuse issues.

The Children's Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) is in Lake City. It provides short term stabilization for the most acute and serious mental health issues.

Please see the website for more information.

Services Include:

  • Children's Case Management
  • Children's Summer Programs
  • Emergency Screening
  • Family Crisis Intervention Team
  • Families in Transition
  • Family Intervention Specialists
  • School-based Counseling
  • The Recovery Center

Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. - Outpatient Services (Suwannee County)

Outpatient services address the needs of most of MBH's clients. The staff treats both children and adults. They treat people for mental illness, addictions, PTSD and other problems. Each client has a personalized treatment plan tailored to their needs.

Each client is encouraged to give feedback. A "Compliments and Comments" form is available at each location.

Please see the website for more information.

Services Include:

  • Case Management
  • Day Treatment
  • Forensic Services
  • Group Therapy
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • Opioid Treatment
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Rehabilitation Services

Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. - Residential & Inpatient Services (Suwannee County)

Residential treatment is catered to each client's personal needs. The Sid Martin Bridge House is for people with serious addictions. A team of trained specialists support the resident's road to recovery. The MIST program offers pregnant women help with their addictions. The Recovery Center is for teen boys with substance abuse issues.

The Crisis Stabilization Units (CSU) are in Gainesville and Lake City. They provide short term stabilization for the most acute and serious mental health issues. When needed, the client may stay for longer term treatment.

The Detox unit serves those who may go through withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs. Services are usually short term.

Please see the website for more information.

Access Center (24/7): 352.374.5600, Ext. 3

North Central Florida Chapter - Leukemia and Lymphoma Society - Support Services

This local chapter offers support to those with cancers of the blood. They have free educational materials for patients, their families and caregivers. There are several different online support groups. There is very limited financial support for patients. There are also ways to volunteer in your area and take part in local events. Please call for more information.

Toll Free: 1.800.785.0733

Services Include:

  • Back to School Program for Children with Cancer
  • Co-Pay Assistance Program
  • Educational Materials
  • Family Support Groups
  • Honored Hero Program
  • Online Chats
  • Online Support Groups
  • Patient Financial Aid Program
  • Peer-to-Peer Counseling