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1 COMMUNITY RESOURCES LEE BASIC NEEDS (S) Services Available In Spanish FOOD/GROCERIES Café of Life Prepared Meals Cape Coral Caring Center Emergency Food Bank Catholic Charities Food Pantry Ft. Myers Bonita Springs Hispanic Center Haitian Center Community Cooperative Ministries Inc. Soup Kitchen Cornerstone Ministries Food com Covenant Community Ministries Food Ft. Myers Christian Outreach Centers Food Ft. Myers Rescue Mission Meals Provided Daily for Men rg Harry Chapin Food Bank Food Bank Interfaith Caregivers of SW Food Pantry Florida Lehigh Community Services Food Bank for Lehigh Residents Only com McGregor Baptist Pantry Emergency Food Pantry view/41/77/ Nation s Association Soup Kitchen, Emergency

2 Charities (S) Food Boxes and Food Voucher Program (Ø) Open Door Food Bank Food Bank Can Deliver If Necessary Salvation Army Food St. Vincent De Paul (SVDP) Food and Household Goods The Local Food Kitchen Food Vince Rizzo Ministries Food Baskets and Hot Meals CLOTHING CLOSET Catholic Hispanic Services Baby Supplies (S) Clare House Clothes and Baby Supplies Cornerstone Ministries Clothing com Ft. Myers Christian Outreach Centers Clothing & Furniture Ft. Myers Rescue Mission Men s Clothing rg Harlem Heights Community Joe s Outreach and Thrift Shop Resource Center (S) Lee Women s Center Precious Life Ministry - Baby Items for Women Who Are Pregnant (Ø) Lehigh Community Services Diaper Bank com Nation s Association Charities (S) Clothes Salvation Army Baby Supplies (Must Meet Eligibility Requirements) St. Vincent De Paul Baby Supplies SHELTER/HOUSING ACT Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Bread of Life Ministries Homeless Shelter for the Indigent Clare House Temporary Shelter Residence for Pregnant Women and Birth Mothers Goodwill Home Buyer s Club

3 Ft. Myers Rescue Mission Workshops and Credit Counseling; Good Homes Program - Affordable Housing for Purchase Shelter and Counseling for Men rg Habitat for Humanity Provides affordable homes for those who qualify Housing Search List of Available Housing with Individualized Search Criteria Lifeline Family Center Two Year Residential Program, Pre-Teen and Young Adult Women. Must be 1-6 Months Pregnant to be Eligible Lutheran Services of Shelter for Runaways, Homeless, or Troubled Teens Age 10 to 17 Mission Unity, Inc. Transitional Living Facility for Single Adults Who Are Homeless Due to Substance Abuse Precious Life Ministries Information on Housing Arrangements for Pregnant Women Salvation Army Emergency Shelter (S) Services Available In Spanish; ($) Cost; (Ø) No Cost BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES (INCLUDING SUBSTANCE ABUSE/COUNSELING PROGRAMS) Community Service(s) Provided Contact Information Resource ANGER MANAGEMENT AIM Target Programs Out Patient Anger Management Course (S) Anger Class Online Completely Online Anger Management Course BAN Anger Management Course COUNSELING Abuse Counseling and Treatment Centers (ACT) Support and Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse (Ø) Hour Hotline 3

4 AIM Target Programs Caring and Coping Community Cooperative Ministries, Inc. Fort Myers Rescue Mission Out Patient Alcohol/Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, AID/HIV Education and Individual Counseling Individual Counseling and Support Groups Counseling Christian Counseling for the Homeless org Phoenix Center Counseling for Victims of Rape (Cell) Addiction Services, Inc. (SWFAS) DETOXIFICATION Coastal Behavioral Healthcare Substance Abuse Counseling Services Florida Assertive Community Treatment Lee Mental Health Centers Drug Abuse Treatment and Substance Abuse Counseling Salvation Army Alcohol and Drug Treatment com Addiction Services, Inc. (SWFAS) MENTAL HEALTH Coastal Behavioral Healthcare Costal Recovery Centers Inc. (S) Eckerd Youth Alternative, Inc. Lee Mental Health Centers (Ruth Cooper) National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Services to Those Trying to Get Off Drugs and Alcohol and Their Families Mental Health Outpatient Support Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling Services Provided for Youth Ages with Emotional and Behavioral Problems Mental Health Assessment, Residential Treatment and In-Home Therapeutic Services Including Functional Family Therapy Crisis Intervention Training, Support Groups and Services SUBSTANCE ABUSE SUPPORT GROUPS Alcoholics Support for Men and Women Anonymous Recovering from Alcoholism (Ø) Al-Anon & Al-Teen Support for Families and Friends of Alcoholics Emergency

5 Narcotics Anonymous Support for Men and Women Recovering from Narcotics Addiction CHILD CARE / AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS * Financial Aid/Scholarships Available CHILD CARE Brightest Horizons Subsidized Child Care, After School and Summer Programs ChildCare Aware Child Care Resources for Parents Child Care of SW Florida High Quality Child Care Providers Ft. Myers Community Co-Operative Ministries Community Coordinated Care for Children (4 C s) Provides Limited Free Child Care for Infants Children Age 3 to 5 (Ø) Child Care Food Program, Head Start, School Readiness, Voluntary Pre-K, and Child Care Resource and Referral Covenant Learning Center Day Care 4 and Up Child Care Fee Based on Income Good News Christian Child Day Care for Infants Up To Age Care Kids Kountry Pre-School / Day Care for Infants Up To Age 12 Lee County YMCA Affordable Child Care and After School Programs Little Angels Day Care for Infants Up To Age Loving Care for Newborns Private Day Care for Infants Rosemary Messina Center Day Care for Infants and Day and Evening Care for Ages 1-12 Years Old Fee Base on a Sliding Scale P.A. Geraci Child Development Center AFTER SCHOOL Boys & Girls Club of Lee County Bridge Youth Center in Lee County Day Care Ages 2 Months Up To 5 Years Character & Leadership, Educational & Career, The Arts, and Sports & Fitness Courses Daily After School Programs Including Tutoring, English Classes for Spanish Speaking

6 Lee County Parks and Recreation - Alva Quality Life Center of Students, GED, SAT/ACT Prep Courses, Life Skills Development, Health, Fitness, and Sports Opportunities as well as Boxing Programs for a Small Fee After School Tutoring After School Programs, Tutoring and Summer Camp for Children and Youth (Ø) YMCA of Lee County After School Programs MENTORING AFCAAM Mentoring and After School Reading Program Big Brothers Big Sisters of SW Florida Mentoring Program Children s Home Society Mentoring and Life Skills Junior League, Ft. Myers Mentoring/Tutoring and Kids In The Kitchen Class Take Stock in Children Mentoring Janelle rg SUMMER CAMP Florida Sheriff s Youth Ranches Florida Lions Camp Week-Long Summer Camp for Youth Ages and Program for At-Risk Youth Ages 8-18 Traditional Summer Camp for Visually Impaired Youth and Youth with Other Challenging Disabilities YMCA of the Palms Summer Camps SPECIALTY Florida Youth ChalleNGe Academy PACE Center for Girls Project Hope Edison College 17 ½ Month Quasi-Military Training and Mentoring Program for High-School Drop-Outs, Expellees and At-Risk Youth Intervention to Prevent School Withdrawal, Juvenile Delinquency, Teen Pregnancy, Substance Abuse and Welfare Dependency College Scholarship Program Targets 8 th Grade Students and Provides Incentive For Students At Risk of Not Continuing Their x /campaigns.php 6

7 Education Due to Financial or Family Reasons * Financial Aid/Scholarships Available; (Ø) No Cost ACTIVITES/CARE Advocacy Center for Persons with Disabilities Autism Society of America Birth Defect Research for Children, Inc. Center for Independent Living of SW Florida Inc. Easter Seals of SW Florida Epilepsy Services of SW FL Florida School for the Deaf and Blind *Foundation for Dreams, Dreams Oaks Camp LARC EMPLOYMENT Goodwill Industries of DISABILITY ASSISTANCE Information, Protection and Advocacy Services Support Groups for Families Touched by Autism Services to Parents and Professionals Caring for Children with Disabilities Programs for People with Disabilities and Deaf/Hard of Hearing Advocacy Children s Therapy Services & Family Support Prevention, Control and Treatment of Epilepsy Provides Free Residential Public School (Ø) Day and Overnight Camp Program for Children Ages 7-17 with Special Needs ($) Adult Day Activities and Vocational Transition Programs As Well As Self-Care Skills for the Developmentally Disabled Various Forms of Employment and Employment Assistance/Training TTD Hotline Voice TDD esidents.asp x x.229 LARC Vocational Training for x.209 7

8 HOUSING Center for Independent Living of SW Florida Goodwill Industries of LARC the Developmentally Disabled Helps People With Disabilities Achieve and Maintain Their Independence Housing for the Disabled Supported Living and x.209 Residential Homes for the Developmentally Disabled DISASTER/EMERGENCY RELATED ASSISTANCE American Red Cross Fire and Disaster Related Assistance Federal Emergency Management (FEMA) Housing and Other Disaster Related Assistance Interfaith Caregivers of South Lee Emergency Assistance Lehigh Community Services Emergency Assistance Lutheran Services of Florida Lutheran Disaster Response Offers Assistance for Survivors of Tornadoes, Floods, Fire and Hurricanes Salvation Army Disaster Assistance EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE * Financial Aid/Scholarships Available; (Ø) No Cost Agency for Workforce Innovation Federally-funded Agency for Economically Disadvantaged or Dislocated Workers Goodwill Job-Link Job Placement Assistance N. Ft. Myers 8

9 Counselors Ft. Myers *High Tech Vocational Training North Central Job Service of Florida Job Placement Hotline Nation s Association Job Referral Services Charities (S) Work Force Council of Women s Resource Center Job Seeking Skills, Employment Counseling, GED Preparation, Job Training and Resume Writing (Ø) Employment Fashion Consultation and Job Training and Placement ENGLISH CLASSES / LITERACY PROGRAMS * Financial Aid/Scholarships Available; (Ø) No Cost Community Service(s) Provided Resource Adult Literacy Provides Assistance with Reading and Learning English AFCAAM Provides GED Courses and Adult Education Contact Information Amigos Center ESOL Catholic Hispanic Social Services English Classes and Tutoring (Ø) Literacy Council of Bonita Springs Literacy Volunteers of Lee County Los Hermanos Instruction for Adults in Reading, Writing and ESOL; Moms & Tots Family Literacy; and Work-Site Literacy Programs (Ø) Learn to Read and Write English For Persons 18 Years Old and Older (One Time Fee of $25) Literacy Program for Hispanic People in Bonita Springs FAMILY SERVICES * Financial Aid/Scholarships Available; (Ø) No Cost Community Service(s) Provided Contact Information 9

10 Resource PARENTING CLASSES AIM Target Programs Parenting Classes Children s Advocacy Center of SW Florida Nurturing Program Children s Home Society Parenting Classes Effective Parenting Parenting Course Program Families First of Resource and Referral Information Healthy Start of and Parent Education and Training Home Visitation Servicing Mothers, Babies and Families Who Are At Risk of Poor Health Outcomes Ideas Parenting Classes Children s Fund Inc. Free Parent Education Classes, Self-Esteem, Sibling Rivalry, Discipline, Behavior Management, Communication Child Care Available During Classes Phyllis FAMILY COUNSELING Catholic Charities Youth/Parent Counseling Children s Advocacy Center of SW Florida Sexual Abuse Treatment Program and Counseling for Child Victims or Children Who Have Witnessed Violence or Trauma Children s Home Society Family Counseling Lutheran Services Florida Oasis Youth and Family Center Family Counseling SPECIALTY SERVICES AARP Grandparent Information Center Information and Referral Service for Grandparents Raising Dr. Piper Center for Social Services Pathways of Hope Grandchildren Foster Grandparent Program Counseling and Support Specializing in Issues of Loss or Grief and Counseling for Victims of Crime Bill Enslen FINANCIAL SERVICES 10

11 Bonita Springs Assistance Emergency Assistance for People in Estero to Help with Rent, Utilities, Prescriptions, and Gas Vouchers Calvary International Financial Aid to Families of Ministries Inmates Consumer Credit Counseling Counseling for Reducing Debt / Creating a Budget and Foreclosure Assistance Lee County Mission Board Emergency Financial Assistance Lehigh Community Services Assists with Emergency Financial Help with Rent, Utilities and Some om Household Items for Residents of Lehigh Nation s Association Food Voucher and Charities (S) Salvation Army St. Vincent De Paul Prescription Assistance Emergency Funds to Help with Rent/Mortgage, Utilities and Prescription Costs Assists Families In a Temporary Crisis with Rent and Utility Assistance Ft. Myers HEALTH SERVICES (S) Services Available In Spanish; ($) Cost DENTAL Family Health Centers of SW Florida (S) Dental Care on a Sliding Scale Cost Basis Salvation Army Project Dentist (S) Low Cost Dental Care GENERAL HEALTH CARE Gulfcoast Medical Center General Healthcare HEARING Lions Club Hearing Screening Ft. Myers Ft. Myers N. Ft. Myers SPECIALTY 11

12 Children s Advocacy Center Medical Exams and Psychological Evaluations for Child Victims of Abuse SUPPLIES Vince Rizzo Ministries Medical Supplies VISION Lions Club Vision Screening Ft. Myers Ft. Myers N. Ft. Myers LEGAL ASSISTANCE Citizens Dispute Settlement Program Lee County Free Court Alternative Mediation Program Justice Center Complex Florida Rural Legal Free Civil Legal Services, Inc. Lee County Legal Aid Society Assistance Low Income Family Law Assistance ($) Cost; (Ø) No Cost Community Cooperative Ministries, Inc. Transportation Services Comsis Mobility Services Transportation for Medicaid Recipients by Referral Only Good Wheels Transportation for the Disabled and Disadvantaged Goodwill SW Florida TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE (And Drivers Safety Courses) Four Wheels For Work Program Provides Low-Income Individuals a Way to Obtain Reliable Transportation ask for Don Lee Tran Transportation ($) Source of Light and Hope Transportation Assistance to

13 South Trail Fire Department Safety Council Doctor s Appointments for Pregnant Moms and Children of the Dunbar Area Car Seat Class and $10 Fee for Car Seat Live and Online Traffic School. Provides Drug Alcohol Traffic Education (DATE) Course, Required for Getting Driver s License / Tracy ndex.htm 13

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