Lifeline is a federal program that offers a monthly benefit. This benefit can be up to $9.25. And goes towards the monthly cost of phone or internet services. There are eligibility requirements that must be met to qualify. Subscribers can apply their benefit to home or mobile phone service. Or to high-speed broadband service. Please call or visit the website for more information.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Florida Department of Education provides Transition Youth. This program helps people who have disabilities get or keep a job after exiting high school. Please call or visit website for more information.
NA is a nonprofit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. They meet regularly to help each other stay clean. They are not interested in what or how much you used, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how they can help. Please see the website for more information.
American's for Immigrant Justice offers assistance to mixed-status families and long-term residents who may have uncertain futures. Please see website for more details.
The Healthy Families Florida program is overseen by Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida. It is a nationally accredited family support and coaching program. The program is open to expectant parents. And to parents of newborns going through stressful life situations. Parents are empowered through education and community support. So that they can provide a safe and stable environment for their children. Services take place in the home and are entirely voluntary. Please call or visit the website for more information.
Programs Focus on:
The agency offers access to effective services. As well as programs. It is geared towards students and their families. The students are those with or at-risk of emotional/behavioral disorders. The services and programs help students learn appropriate behaviors. They also help to reduce dependency. And they help them fully participate in all aspects of school and community. Please call or visit the website for more information.
It is a public health nonprofit. Staff members look to help people who have basic health needs. They also train health professionals and students. So that they can better serve their patients. Please call or visit the website for more information.
- Tobacco Cessation & Training
- Conference Management
- Continuing Education
- Healthcare Marketplace Assistance
- Webinar Hosting
The agency is part of the Department of Justice’s Project Safe Childhood Program. Their top priority is the protection of children. The protection against crimes of exploitation and abuse. They aggressively investigate, enforce, and prosecute crimes of this kind. Work is done to raise the public’s awareness of online sexual predators. They provide tools and information to educators. As well as parents and children. This is to reduce the likelihood of harm to children. And to encourage the reporting of possible violations.
Talking Books are books and magazines recorded for people who need to hear resources read to them. It is for people with a visual disability or a physical disability. Talking Books are played on special players provided free by the Library.
- Talking Books service is free for the user, including free delivery and return of machines and materials through the mail.
The Universal Service Administrative Co. is also known as USAC for short. This group helps communities and people across the United States. Helps them stay connected to the information, resources, and care they need. They oversee the Universal Service Fund. Please call or visit the website for more information.