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1 Pinellas County Ex-Offender Re-Entry Coalition Suncoast Mental Health Services Directory Pinellas Crisis, information, and referral line for social service agencies in Pinellas county. 24 hour line. Pinellas Website th Street Group Home of Gulf Coast Community Care State-licensed 14-bed, 24-hour residential program for adults with severe mental illness, and who also may have cooccurring alcohol and drug abuse problems. On-site psychiatric care, Case Management and Social Services by staff from a local community mental health center, therapeutic treatment groups, 12-step support groups and other mental health and substance abuse treatment services to improve personal and social functioning. Requirements: Adults with severe mental illness, and who also may have co-occurring alcohol and drug abuse problems. M-F 9-5 Call Toll-free FAX Website Abilities Inc. of Florida Assistance in attaining employment for disabled clients. M-F 8:00-4:30 by appointment Whitney Rd., Clearwater, Fax Website ACTS (Agency for Community Treatment Service Inc.) Tampa Services including prevention, acute care and stabilization, treatment, and supportive services for substance abuse, cooccurring substance abuse and mental illness, child protection, delinquency, criminal justice, housing, economic selfsufficiency, and health and wellness. Clients may be self-referred, court ordered, or referred by DUI agencies, Florida Department of Children & Families, Florida Department of Corrections, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and others N. 56th St., Tampa, FAX Website ACTS Assessment Center Provides evaluation and assessment for youth and adult requesting access to services for substance abuse, including screening, psychosocial evaluation, and on-site urinalysis. Clients are given recommendations for treatment services. Clients may be self-referred, court ordered, or referred by DUI agencies, Florida Department of Children & Families, Florida Department of Corrections, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and other community organizations. An appointment is required N. 56th St., Tampa FAX Website...http://www.actsfl.org/ASSESSMENT%20AND%20COLLECTIONS.html ACTS Assisted Living Facility Clean, safe, permanent housing to dually diagnosed homeless adults. Requirements: Meet statutory requirements for admission to an ALF and have successfully completed a long-term treatment program for their addictions, i.e., persons with an extended period of sobriety not able to function in a less restrictive environment, such as supported housing N Nebraska Ave., Tampa FAX Website... 1

2 ACTS Independent Living and Permanent Housing Program Supportive housing program for graduates of Transitional Program or homeless persons meeting the program criteria throughout the SunCoast Region and surrounding areas. There are 3 houses and 24 apartments at confidential locations. Call FAX Website ACTS In-home Services Provides in-home family therapy for substance abusing adolescents who are on community control. All referrals through the Department of Juvenile Justice N 56 St., Tampa FAX Website... ACTS Transitional Housing Program 48-bed, residential program providing rehabilitation to homeless and chronically debilitated from alcohol and drug addiction and mental illness incapable of living independently. Clients must be willing to move to independent living within 2 years W MLK Jr. Blvd., Tampa FAX Website... ACTS Adult Addictions Receiving Facility (AARF) Medically supervised substance abuse receiving facility provides inpatient assessment; detoxification; stabilization, and short-term (3-7 days) treatment; and referral for adults who are actively using drugs and/or alcohol. Voluntary and involuntarily admitted clients th St., Tampa FL FAX Website... ACTS-VA Residential Rehabilitation Facility 24-bed transitional residential rehabilitation facility for homeless veterans that provides housing and support for with substance abuse and mental health issues who may also suffer from brain injury, stroke, epilepsy, amputation, orthopedic problems or other neurological problems W Martin Luther King,Jr. Blvd, Tampa /Vinnie Garcia FAX Website... Adult Comprehensive Protection Services, Inc. Non-profit offers Case Management and Social Services and legal guardianship for elderly and mentally incapacitated clients. Includes assessments to identify problems; review of financial, legal, or medical issues; bills; obtaining benefits; and budgeting St. N, St. Petersburg FAX Advocacy Center Non-profit organization provides protection and advocacy services for disabled clients; promotes, expands, protects and seeks to assure their human and legal rights. It also monitors clients residential and support services. M-F N. Ashley Dr. Suite 640, Tampa Toll-free TDD FAX Website...http://www.advocacycenter.org/index.html AIDS Community Project of Tampa Bay (AIDS Coalition) Case Management and Social Services to people newly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Also, provides Medicaid Waiver/Project AIDS Care Case Management and Social Services to individuals who are at risk of being institutionalized. ACP case managers and staff offer counseling, support groups, education and outreach, hotline/information and referral service, buddy program, HIV testing, and clothing and household furnishing vouchers. ACP also works with the Salvation Army to provide a food bank for HIV/AIDS clients in need. Additionally, the Florida Family AIDS Network, a part of the ACP funded by a Ryan White Title IV grant through the University of South Florida, serves children and families who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. M-F 8-5 2

3 410 N. Fort Harrison Av., Clearwater , , St. N Ste 303, St. Petersburg , Website... AIDS Florida Hotline HIV/AIDS information and referrals 24-7 Toll-free AIDS (2437) Haitian Creole Spanish SIDA (7432) TTY Website...http://www.211bigbend.org AIDS National Hotline The National AIDS hotline provides basic HIV/AIDS information and referrals to various AIDS services in your city. Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Toll-free Washington, DC-Spanish Al-Anon and Alateen Family Groups 12-step meetings for families of alcoholics. St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Largo, Palm Harbor or Website... Alcoholics Anonymous, Central Office of Pinellas County Groups Publishes up-to-date meeting list and an online website of meetings, current events, contact information and newcomer information. 24-hour Helpline for easy contact at any time Ulmerton Rd. Ste. 220, Largo FAX Website... Alpha House 20-bedroom maternity home and transitional housing for 16 mothers with babies who don t have a safe place to go after the birth of their child. Services to empower pregnant and parenting women in crisis to realize their ability to break the cycles of poverty and abuse and create promising lives for themselves and their babies S. Tampania, Tampa Website... Alternative Family Program of Gulf Coast Community Care Provides therapeutic foster homes for more than 225 adults and elders with persistent mental illness, including forensic clients. Supportive, home-like environment is an alternative to inpatient psychiatric or state hospitalization. Caregivers/sponsors are licensed and specially trained in the care of individuals with psychiatric disabilities, and are responsible for the support, care and well-being of the consumers. Clients are elders with persistent mental illness, including forensic clients Icot Blvd., Clearwater Toll-free Pinellas FAX Website ASAP Homeless Services Drop-in Center Facilities offer showers, clothing, food, bus tokens and referrals to other agencies. Clients also use ASAP as a phone number and mailing address for employment and benefit purposes th Ave. S, St. Petersburg FAX Website...http://www.asaphomeless.org/index.html ASAP Transitional Housing 2 housing apartments in which families may live up to one year. Clients must meet several requirements and participate in goal planning- focusing on the achievement of self-sufficiency for independent living with our case manager. St. Petersburg

4 Website...http://www.asaphomeless.org/index.html ASAP Women's and Children's Shelter Clients spend up to 30 days in these emergency shelters. Clothing, personal hygiene items, telephone, counseling and referral to agencies are provided. St. Petersburg Website...http://www.asaphomeless.org/index.html Bay Pines Veterans' Eligibility Line Eligibility for veterans services and benefits. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-4: Bay Pines Blvd.., Bay Pines , Website... Bay Pines Veterans' Hospital Medical services for qualified veterans. 24 hours-er Care. General clinical care Mon-Fri 8:00A - 4:30P Bay Pines Blvd., Bay Pines Toll-free FAX Website... BayCare Life Management Services, Inc. Outpatient facility for mental health and substance abuse services. 300 Pinellas St. MS #137, Clearwater (Administrative) Clearwater-Largo Rd., Largo FAX King Helie Blvd., New Port Richey , X3164 FAX MLK St. N., St. Petersburg, FAX N. Habana Ave., Ste. 204, Tampa FAX Website...http://www.baycare.org/body.cfm?id=169 Bayfront Family Health Center Primary healthcare for children and adults by resident physicians and board-certified faculty physicians. Reduced cost plan for patients who qualify. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:15am-4:30pm St. S, St. Petersburg Website... Bayfront Medical Center Hospital services include cancer care, cardiology, Convenient Care Clinics, women and infants services, Emergency, neurology, radiology, rehabilitation and respitory care. 24/ St. S, St. Petersburg Website... Beacon House Overnight and temporary shelter officering 30 beds to single, homeless men. Dinner is served to residents 6 nights a week. Residents work with staff to set goals, save money, and work toward independent living. Referral information, clothing, and personal hygiene items are provided. Intake 5:30 pm-7:30 pm Mon-Fri Central Ave. St Petersburg Website...http://www.stpetersburgfreeclinic.org/pages/beacon.htm Benedict Haven, Inc. Those with chronic diagnoses like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder who need intensive, structured intervention their entire lives. Requires application and interview process. Requirements include DSM-IV diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness; alcohol and drug free; no arrests resulting in conviction for the prior year; compliant with medication and treatment; 4

5 must not require skilled nursing care. Other requirements at: Ave. N, St. Petersburg FAX Website... Boley Center for Behavioral Health Care Services for bipolar and schizophrenic clients. Group homes, permanent, supported apartments, and home ownership. Other services include Case Management and Social Services, day treatment skills classes, outpatient medical & counseling, and vocational program. Approximately 2/3 of Boley's consumers have a diagnosis of schizophrenia and 1/4 have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Dual diagnosis program (Addiction and mental health) St. N, St. Petersburg Website...http://www.boleycenters.org/boley_centers.htm Brandon Outreach Clinic Medical services with sliding scale. Hours: Mon 8:00-2:00, Tues 8:00-2:00, Wed 12:00-8:00 (Closed Thur and Fri) 517 N Parsons Ave., Brandon, FAX Brewer's Bridgeway MHC special apartment communities enable people with severe and persistent mental illness to live independently with minimal support. A staff person trained in mental health is on-site to schedule educational and social events and contact residents' case managers or social workers when necessary W Alexander St., Plant City Center of Hope Men's Discipleship Home provides transitional housing for men. They work 40 hours a week as well as morning devotions, bible studies, church, and individual help as needed th St. N., Clearwater , Website...http://www.centerofhopecdc.org/contactUs.php Center Pharmacy Pharmacy with delivery service within a 5 mile radius. $4 fee. PHP (Pinellas County Human Services) insurance accepted. Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-5:30, Sat 9:00-12: Ave. N, St. Petersburg Childrens Community Services Mental Health Care Inc.(MHC) voluntary program for juveniles arrested on domestic violence charges. Families receive services, including crisis intervention, case management, counseling, and psychiatric. Services usually last 6 months. Program staff work closely with law enforcement, juvenile justice diversionary programs and the juvenile's school. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-5: Breckenridge Pkwy. Ste E, Tampa Children's Medical Services Florida Department of Health services for children (birth-21 years), with chronic medical conditions. Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 am- 6:30 pm Ave. N Ste 130, St. Petersburg FAX Website... Christlike Ministries 40-room men's shelter for homeless or substance abusers. No sex offenders. 40-day step-down program. $5 donation for shelter. Check in 5:30-7:30 pm. 3 meals daily. Christ-centered, Bible-oriented. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00. Chaplain Tony Jenkins Orient Rd., Tampa FAX Website Christopher Center 5

6 Transitional home for men (group home). Individual apartments for HIV and AIDS clients and limited financial aid (rent, utilities, & mortgage) Ave. N, St. Petersburg Christopher House Transitional housing for HIV and AIDS clients th Ave N, St. Petersburg Clearwater Free Clinic Health services for low-income individuals. Hours: Mon-Thur 9:00-6:00 (Closed 12:00-1:15 for lunch). Extended evening hours until 7:30. Appointments same day or walk in. Located at the corner of N. Ft. Harrison and Seminole. 707 N. Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater Clearwater Homeless Intervention Project (CHIPs) Shelter for homeless adult males, females, and families. Intake at back door 4 pm-7 am Monday-Thursday. Emergency clothing referral. Day Center, public toilets are open Monday-Friday 8 am-3 pm and Saturday-Sunday 8 am-12 noon Park St., Clearwater Website...http://www.clearwaterpolice.org/chip/partners.htm Cocaine Anonymous-Pinellas County 12 step program. Hotline number Community Action Stops Abuse (CASA) Provides community education, outreach support, crisis intervention, and safe environments for survivors of domestic violence and their children st Ave. N., St. Petersburg (Outreach Center) Toll-free National Line SAFE(7233) Website... Community Health Centers at Clearwater Provides quality health care services to the medically underserved communities, including Family Medicine for people of all ages as well as OB-GYN, Pediatrics and Dental. On-site nutrition and health education services offered. Sliding fee scale. One of five local Community Health Centers. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00, Mon 8:00-8:00 Families and pediatrics; Tues and Thur 8:00-8:00 pediatrics only Lakeview Rd., Clearwater Website... Community Health Centers at Largo Provides quality health care services to the medically underserved communities, including Family Medicine for people of all ages as well as OB-GYN, Pediatrics and Dental. On-site nutrition and health education services offered. Sliding fee scale. One of five local Community Health Centers. Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri 8:00-5:00 Thurs 8:00-8: th Ave. N, Largo Website... Community Health Centers at Pinellas Park Provides quality health care services to the medically underserved communities, including Family Medicine for people of all ages as well as OB-GYN, Pediatrics and Dental. On-site nutrition and health education services offered. Sliding fee scale. One of five local Community Health Centers. Hours: Monday 8:00-8:00, Tues-Fri 8:00-5:00 (closed 12:00-1:00 for lunch). Sat 8:00-12:00 for pediatrics and 8:00-2:00 for family th St. N, Pinellas Park FAX Website... Community Health Centers at Tarpon Springs Provides quality health care services to the medically underserved communities, including Family Medicine for people of all ages as well as OB-GYN, Pediatrics and Dental. On-site nutrition and health education services offered. Sliding fee scale. One of five local Community Health Centers. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-5: Disston Ave., Tarpon Springs Website... 6

7 Community Health Centers of Pinellas (Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center) General medical clinic for adults and children. Sliding scale fee schedule. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-5: nd St. S, St. Petersburg Dental Services Consult-a-Nurse Assistance line for medical questions. Physician referrals Toll-free Website...hhttp://www.consult-a-nurse.com/ COSA at Operation PAR Provides outpatient services to substance abusing pregnant and parenting women with a history of substance abuse. Gender specific, multi-disciplinary approach in a community-based setting and integrates therapeutic child development interventions. Services Include: day treatment; outpatient treatment; drug screen monitoring; early intervention group; and continuing care group. Toll-free PAR-NEXT ( ) Website...http://www.OperationPAR.org Crisis Center of Tampa Bay, Inc. Men's Services and programs include crisis and suicide intervention and community resource referral, daily reassurance phone calls to the homebound elderly or disabled, short term economic assistance with case management, protective travel assistance, medical and/or mental health patient transportation, sexual abuse counseling for children and adults, forensic medical exams for sexual assault survivors, and continuing education events. 1 Crisis Center Plaza, Tampa FAX Crossover for Women 18-month, Christ-centered women's residential program for substance abuse. PO Box , Tampa Website... Daystar Hope Center, Inc. Men's and women's clothing. Food pantry. Help with rent and utilities. Emergency gasoline, 1-day and 7-day bus passes. Spring Hill hours M-F 9-12 and 1-3. St. Petersburg hours M-F 9-12 and 1-2. St. Petersburg closed Wednesday in Summer Commercial Way, Spring Hill FAX St. S, St. Petersburg Directions Alternatives for Children in Crisis Support, counseling, consultation, and intervention services to children, families, and elementary schools in order to prevent students with behavioral problems from school suspensions and juvenile justice admissions. Call for info and appointments S Belcher Rd., Clearwater Website... Directions Clearwater Homeless Outreach Project Screening, referral, and follow-up services for mental health, substance abuse, and domestic violence for homeless clients. Also Community transition Project helps previously homeless adults and families gain independence through in-home counseling, support, and substance abuse relapse prevention. Call for info and appointments S Belcher Rd., Clearwater Website... Directions for Mental Health, Inc. Prevention, early intervention and treatment programs for children, families, adults and seniors. Outreach programs throughout upper Pinellas County. Adult Day treatment for rehabilitation following hospitalization. Special services for deaf clients. Call for info and appointments S Belcher Rd., Clearwater Website... Directions Healing the Heart National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative site. Directions is the lead agency for a collaboration with Family Service Centers and Hospice. Program designed to improve treatment for children and youths who have been victims of violence, witnesses 7

8 to violence, or suffered a traumatic loss. Referral required from the Health Department Healthy Start Case Managers. Call for info and appointments S Belcher Rd., Clearwater Website... Directions Healthy Start Mental health assessment and treatment for expectant mothers and mothers with infants. Call for info and appointments S Belcher Rd., Clearwater Website... Directions TANF Outreach Counseling and Case Management and Social Services to adults and their families receiving assistance in order to remove barriers to employment and increase self-sufficiency. Call for info and appointments S Belcher Rd., Clearwater Website... Directions Teens n Transition Support system for teenaged foster children to prepare them for independence and counsel them through the transition. Call for info and appointments S Belcher Rd., Clearwater Website... Di's Imani, Inc. Case Management and Social Services for HIV+ clients on PAC Waiver. M-F Ave. N Ste 208, St. Petersburg Downtown Health Center, HCHD Anonymous testing available. Environmental health, epidemiology, Metropolitan charities, pharmacy, specialty clinics and training center for STDs and HIV/AIDS. M-F 7: E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Website... Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office (DACCO) CARF Accredited, non-profit drug treatment and prevention agency. Services include residential treatment, aftercare, adult intervention, children's and adult outpatient services and Case Management and Social Services, day-night services, methadone, and supportive services E Hillsborough Avenue, Suite 200, Tampa Website...http://www.dacco.org/ East Henry Academy/Mendez Center Mental Health Care Inc.(MHC) program serves SED Pre K -12 students in a stand-alone school setting. It provides mental health therapy and support services, including individual and group counseling, case management, parent education and psychiatric consultation. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:000-3:30. For a complete listing of MCH services, call , or visit the website N. 22 nd St., Tampa East Manatee Health and Wellness Center Obstetrics/gynecology, acute care/ family practice, pediatric dental Manatee Ave. E, Bradenton Ed White Hospital General hospital with a comprehensive array of healthcare services and the latest technology Ave. N, St. Petersburg Website...http://www.edwardwhitehospital.com/ Edmund Gaines Graham Home Assisted living facility for elderly individuals with mental illness who are unable to live independently. Mental health services are provided on-site as needed E Henry Ave., Tampa EMPACT Resource Center 8

9 EMPACT stands for Empowering Minorities by Providing Advocacy Through Choices in Training. EMPACT provides general and Medicaid Waiver/Project AIDS Care Case Management and Social Services for persons infected with HIV/AIDS. Education services include street outreach and education sessions for schools, service clubs, social service agencies, churches, community centers and Pinellas County jail inmates. HIV/AIDS counseling and HIV testing are also available th St N Ste 305, St. Petersburg Website... Empowering Victims of Abuse/Early Childhood F.A.S.T. Mental Health Care Inc.(MHC) program provides specialized treatment for abused and/or traumatized children. Intensive outpatient, individual and family therapies focus on building empowerment skills for children who are at risk for further abuse, school drop-out, depression, or psychiatric hospitalization. Children involved in the legal system or are at risk of becoming involved in the legal system are also candidates for the program. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00. For a complete listing of MCH services, call , or visit the website E Henry Ave., Tampa Everybody's Tabernacle Shelter for homeless families and individuals. Intake-Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 9:00-4:00 and Wed 9:00-12: N Betty Lane, Clearwater Website...http://everybodystabernacle.com/ Family Intervention Program Serves clients referred by Protective Services, (parents who have been identified as having substance use or substance abuse patterns). The program provides intervention through initial assessment, Case Management and Social Services, intensive support and motivational counseling with the goals of expediting treatment, encouraging treatment completion, supporting continuous recovery, and impacting reunification of parents with their children.. East Care Center Oak Fair Blvd., Tampa FAX North Care Center Fowler Ave., Tampa FAX West Care Center 5520 W Idlewild St., Tampa FAX Website... Family Resource Centers MHC Centers provide group, individual and family therapy to children and their families in an office setting. Therapy focuses on crisis stabilization, enhancing quality of life and alleviating troubling symptoms. Psychiatric evaluation, monitoring and medical management provided as needed. Main hours- M, W, Th, F 7:30am to 6:00pm; Tu 7:30am to 8:00pm. Panos hours M, Tu, Th 8-6; W 8 am-8 pm; F 8-2 Main Center N 22 St., Tampa (Sandra Tabor) Panos Center W Reynolds St., Plant City Family Reunification Program Program serves the Court System and the Department of Children and Families (DCF) by providing therapeutic services in family situations where one or more children have been removed from the home and are now ready to return Breckenridge Pkwy Ste E, Tampa Family Service Centers of Pinellas, Inc. Information and referral; rape crisis counseling; therapy; group treatment; community education. Serves child victims of sexual abuse, adult victims of sexual battery and abuse, adult survivors of incest or child abuse, domestic violence victims, and other non-violent crime victims. Sliding scale fees. Parenting education, counseling, in-home family support and small loans, from $500 to $2,500 (specifically for cars), to low-income parents who are unable to qualify elsewhere, for unexpected expenses that interfere with job or school Roosevelt Blvd. Clearwater FAX Parenting Education Counseling In-home Family Support Emergency Financial Assistance

10 Florida Advocacy Council (FAC) You are eligible for help from SAC if you are a client of a State Agency and have not received a program or service to which you are entitled, have been abused or denied rights Winewood Blvd. Bldg 1, Room 401, Tallahassee Website... Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling Training and educational services for compulsive gambling treatment. Numerous links and information on website. Toll free number offers 24 hour referrals for local services. Toll-free Help Line (Altamonte Springs, FL) Website Florida Department of Children and Families District Office District Office for food stamps, Medicaid, and cash assistance; elderly & disabled services Ave. N, St. Petersburg Toll-free Florida Department of Children and Families: Children's Mental Health Serving Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Manatee, Sarasota, Desoto Counties. Network of services in each district to help children with serious emotional disturbances successfully live at home, go to school and stay in their community N. Florida Ave., Tampa Website... Florida Department of Children and Families: Florida Abuse Hotline DCF line to report abuse.. Toll-free ABUSE ( ) Website... Florida Department of Children and Families: Mental Health Serving Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Manatee, Sarasota, Desoto Counties. Focused to meet the needs of people who cannot otherwise access mental health care N. Florida Ave., Tampa Website... Florida Department of Children and Families: Substance Abuse Serving Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Manatee, Sarasota, Desoto Counties. Network of services in each district to help children with serious emotional disturbances live at home, go to school and stay in their community N. Florida Ave., Tampa Website...http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/mentalhealth/sa/ Florida Mental Health Institute at USF Campus De La Parte Florida Mental Health Institute; an educational and research facility Bruce B. Downs Blvd., Tampa Website... Florida Salvation Army Headquarters General information about services and help in locating nearest local Salvation Army Van Dyke Rd., Lutz FAX Website... Floyd "Doc" Kelton Health Center, HCHD Child health, immunizations, family planning, maternity. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm. WIC 1 st and 3 rd Wednesday from 8:00am-5:00pm. Please call ahead B W Montgomery Ave., Tampa FAX Website...http://www.hillscountyhealth.org/locations/kelton_main.htm For AIDS Care Today (FACT) Medical and financial assistance to working HIV-positive individuals who are not on disability, Medicaid or Medicare. Individual and group counseling to persons living with HIV/AIDS, their families and partners, Library of more than 10

11 4,000 books, periodicals, audio and video tapes for educational purposes. Internet access st Ave. S., St. Petersburg Website...http://www.foraidscaretoday.org/services.html Goodwill Industries-Suncoast, Inc. Job coaching program for people with developmental disabilities in Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough, Polk and Highlands counties. Short-term employment for people with disabilities in Pinellas, Hillsborough and Pasco counties. Vocation evaluation and career assessment in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando, Citrus, Marion, Levy and Highlands counties. Light-duty work for people recovering from on-the-job injuries. In Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Polk counties Gandy Blvd., St. Petersburg Corporate Office Toll-free Website... Grace House Up to 2 months shelter for homeless families with children; one-on-one counseling and guidance, and group counseling for school-aged children to help them cope with homelessness. 13 furnished apartments for up to 30 families, activities center, laundry room, and a playground. Residents must be working or get a job within 7 days and take part in parenting and budgeting classes. Tutors work with children. Intake M-F S Myrtle Ave., Clearwater Website... Greene Chapel AME Church Confidential HIV testing, referrals, and counseling. 12 step support group. Contact: Pastor Bernard Smith Ave. N., Largo Website... Guardian Association of Pinellas County Nonprofit corporation for the improvement of guardianship services and promoting the protection, dignity, and value of incapacitated persons through a code of ethics, advocacy, and the dissemination of information. Contact via website. PO Box 13978, Tallahassee Website... Gulf Coast Community Care Affordable housing for disabled and elderly. Referrals to substance abuse and dual diagnosis programs. HIV counseling. Coordinate and access needed psychiatric, social, health and other services, identify client needs through an assessment process, then assist consumers to receive needed services. Outpatient Counseling for adults and families with the psychological and behavioral skills necessary to meet a range of emotional and psychiatric problems. In-home and officebased counseling and therapeutic intervention to: (1) child victims of sexual abuse, (2) foster children and their foster parents in need of placement stabilization, and (3) children with special medical needs and their care givers. Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-5: Icot Blvd., Clearwater FMI about programs Toll-free FAX Website Gulf Coast Community Care Day Treatment Psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults and seniors with chronic mental illness to acquire daily living skills such as medication management, improving interpersonal relations, how to access community resources, banking and budgeting, recreational activities, and others. Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-5: Icot Blvd., Clearwater FMI about programs Toll-free FAX Website Gulf Coast Community Care Day Treatment Psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults and seniors with chronic mental illness to acquire daily living skills such as medication management, improving interpersonal relations, how to access community resources, banking and budgeting, recreational activities, and others. Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-5: Icot Blvd., Clearwater FMI about programs Toll-free

12 FAX Website Gulf Coast Community Care Geriatric Crisis Response Team (GRTS) Specialized intervention for elders at risk of suicide. Conducted in coordination with Florida Adult Protective Services. Provides in-home assessment, crisis intervention counseling, psychiatric evaluation, follow-up and Case Management and Social Services to reduce suicide risk. Also, psychosocial rehabilitation and treatment program to deinstitutionalize or divert individuals age 50 and older with serious and persistent mental illness from Florida state and private mental hospitals. GRTS system provides residential care, case management, Social Services and day treatment Icot Blvd., Clearwater FMI about programs Toll-free FAX Website Gulf Coast Community Care 60-bed residential continuum with 24-hour care team including a consulting psychiatrist, nurses, social workers and mental health technicians. Targeting older adults with serious and persistent mental illness, services include Case Management and Social Services and day treatment to treat psychiatric diagnoses including schizophrenia, major psychoses, manic-depression, major depression, and other serious mental disorders. Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-5: Icot Blvd., Clearwater FMI about programs Toll-free FAX Website Haven, The Everything from food and shelter to clothing, counseling and advocacy to victims of domestic violence. Transitional Living provides housing for up to 2 years. With 11 furnished apartments, the facility can house up to 66 people and provides an activity center, laundry room, and playground. RCS location. PO Box 10594, Clearwater Website... Healing Hands Health Center Clinics for the medically underserved with a team supported by volunteer health care professionals. Whole person health, wellness and personal responsibility are themes that form the foundation for clinical care. Tuesday- Sign up 5-6 pm. Appointments between 6-8 pm. 1 st 3 Tues of each month A Rd., Ste 2, Hudson Website...http://www.healinghandshealth.org/ Health Department of Pinellas County Family planning, maternity, pediatric health and dental services to age 18, WIC, and communicable disease, HIV testing, communicable disease, and education. 310 N Myrtle Ave., Clearwater Ave. N, Largo Dr. M. L. King Jr. St. N, St. Petersburg S Disston Ave., Tarpon Springs HealthNet Helpline Helps clients without insurance or funding find health care resources. M-F 8:30am-6pm Telephone Holy Ground Shelter for homeless men aged 18 or older. No sex-offenders. 3 daily meals, clothing, employment assistance, public transportation in front of property. Housing referrals for families and women with children. Must attend religious services Wednesdays and Sundays. Hours: 12:00-5:00. (Someone present at all times) Denton Ave., Hudson Homeless Emergency Project (HEP) Shelter for men, women and families. M-F

13 1120 N Betty La., Clearwater Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Tampa Field Office Information line provides lists of subsidized housing for region. M-F 8-5 Tampa Housing Authority Low-income housing for families and elderly residents. Section 8 Housing locations. M-F 8-5 Clearwater Office 210 S Ewing Ave., Clearwater Dunedin Office Ulmerton Rd, Largo Pinellas County Office Ulmerton Rd, Largo St. Petersburg Office Ave. N, St. Petersburg Tarpon Springs Office 500 S Walton Ave., Tarpon Springs Hunter Oaks/Mental Health Care Inc. MHC special apartment communities enable people with severe and persistent mental illness to live independently with minimal support. A staff person trained in mental health is on-site to schedule educational and social events and contact residents' case managers or social workers when necessary N Rome Ave., Tampa , Admin Office In Home/On-site Treatment Program for Pregnant and Post-Partum Women 1 Substance abuse day treatment program includes parenting classes and training for adult pregnant and post partum women to resolve problems such as inadequate housing or the inability to get a job. Classes are exclusively for women. Day care for the children is provided while the women are in treatment SR 37 S, Mulberry FAX Website... Infectious Disease Research Institute, Inc. Anonymous HIV testing available. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00 (Closed from 1:00-2:00) 4620 N Habana Ave. Ste 203, Tampa Doctor s office FAX JADE Johns Awareness, Diversion, and Education Program provides community based prostitution treatment, intervention and diversion. Provides treatment and education to individuals who have been arrested form solicitation of prostitution or currently in the prostitution trade by helping them develop drug-free lifestyles, find and maintain appropriate employment, improve their skills in accomplishing life's tasks, and identify and correct errors in thinking which support criminal behavior. Includes psychoeducational group or individual counseling sessions and guest speakers to educate the clients on related issues. Hours: Mon-Thur 8:30-7:00, Fri 8:30-5:00. Tampa Crossroads J.A.D.E Program N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa Website... Jail Diversion Program of Gulf Coast Community Care Jail Diversion for mentally ill offenders providing community placements for non-violent inmates in the Pinellas County Jail. Funded by the Department of Children and Families and Pinellas County Social Services. M-F Icot Blvd. N, St. Petersburg Toll-free FAX Website Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center Provides quality health care services to the medically underserved communities, including Family Medicine for people of all ages as well as OB-GYN, Pediatrics, Dental and pharmacy. On-site nutrition and health education services offered. Sliding fee scale. One of five local Community Health Centers. Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00. Call for program hours nd Ave. S, St. Petersburg Website... Jontilly Place MHC communities enable people with severe mental illness to live independently with minimal support. Trained staff on-site. 13

14 1402 Jontilly Pl., Brandon , (Admin office) Joyce Ely Health Center, HCHD Children's health and immunizations, family planning, maternity services, immunizations (8-4) and WIC. M-F Ave. SE, Ruskin Website... Judeo Christian Health Clinic, Inc. Provides free health care for the medically indigent persons who have no other resources for their health care needs. Monthly household income must fall within guidelines, and you cannot have any health insurance. The Clinic sees only those who have no other resource for their health care needs. Hours: 9:00-8:00 Mon-Thur and 9:00-5:00 on Fri. Please call ahead to determine eligibility N. MacDill Ave., Tampa FAX Website...http://www.judeochristianhealthclinic.org/english/index.htm Juvenile Sexual Offender Program (JSO) Mental Health Care, Inc. program serves youth years with sexual behavior problems. Referrals are received from the Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Children and Families and Hillsborough County Court System. M-F 8: N 22 St., Tampa Kinship Care Case management and supportive services for family relatives caring for children in Plant City and the surrounding East Hillsborough area. Links children and kinship families to available resources Breckenridge Pkwy Ste E, Tampa Lawyer Referral Service of the Clearwater Bar Association Refers clients to private lawyers in specific legal areas. Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-4:30. Please call ahead for appointment. Clearwater Lawyer Referral Service of the St. Petersburg Bar Association Refers clients to private lawyers in specific legal areas. $50 fee for initial consultation. Hours: Mon-Fri 10:00-4:00. St. Petersburg Lighthouse Ministries Residential program for men with substance abuse, criminal, or rebellion problems. Christian environment. Alternative to correctional institutions US Highway 301, Dade City FAX Website...http://wwhttp://www.1lighthouse.org/home.html Live Oak Cabins Safe, clean, and affordable transitional housing to individuals who, because of prior criminal history or erhaps a poor credit rating, do not qualify for traditional rental properties. Managed by Tampa Cross Road. Tampa Website... Marchman Intervention Services Program Provides involuntary assessment and treatment for individuals severely impaired due to substance abuse, refusing voluntary treatment and meet the following criteria: Likely to inflict harm on self or others; judgment so impaired due to substance abuse that individual is incapable of appreciating the need for care and of making a rational decision regarding that need for care. Call FAX Website...http://www.actsfl.org/MARCHMAN.html Matthew's Corner MHC special apartment communities enable people with severe and persistent mental illness to live independently with minimal support. Trained staff on-site N Armenia Ave., Tampa

15 MEDICAID Health benefits for children, pregnant women, and adults with dependent children Cleveland St., Suite 600, Clearwater N Fort Harrison, Clearwater Gandy Blvd, Suite 100 A, Pinellas Park Ave. N 300 West Bldg., St. Petersburg St. N, St. Petersburg St. S (Bayfront Outreach), St. Petersburg Medicaid Region 5 Office Region 5 office provides Medicare information and eligibility for Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 525 Mirror Lake Dr. N, Ste. 510, St. Petersburg Toll-free FAX Website...http://ahca.myflorida.com/Medicaid/Areas/area5.shtml Medicaid Region 6 Office Region 6 office provides Medicare information and eligibility for Hardee, Highlands, Hillsborough, Manatee, and Polk Counties N Dale Mabry Hwy. Ste 220, Tampa Toll-free FAX Website...http://ahca.myflorida.com/Medicaid/Areas/area6.shtml Medicare Question Line Official US Government information line for people with Medicare. Toll-free MEDICARE ( ) Toll-free TTY Website... Mental Health Coalition Represents 32 groups in the Pinellas/Pasco area. The Coalition's primary goal is to demonstrate the need for cost effective, quality services that not only benefit the quality of life for all affected by these illnesses, but also benefit the goals of our communities. Pinellas x 2403 Website... Metro Charities Counseling Programs Individual, couples, and group therapy by licensed counselors for depression, HIV/AIDS issues, relationships, transitions, addictions, co-dependency, sexuality, abuse, and anxiety. Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00-5:00, evening appointments available Ave. N, St. Petersburg Hillsborough FAX Website...http://www.metrocharities.org/pages/news.html ... Metro Cyber Center Computer classes with Certified Microsoft Instructor. $5 lab fee requested. Must call to reserve computer. A service of Metropolitan Ministries. M-F 9am-8:30 pm, Sat noon Ave. N, St. Petersburg FAX Website... Metropolitan Charities HIV Testing Facilities Testing available at our main office locations and at other testing sites throughout Pinellas and Hillsborough. List posted at the website below. M-F 9-5,Th until 7 Pinellas and Hillsborough Website Metropolitan Charities, Inc. 15

16 Case management under Medicaid s Project AIDS Care program coordinates supportive services allow clients to remain safely in their home. Clients receive Medicaid benefits covering medical care, medications, hospitalization, basic dental services, etc. Case manager assists client to receive benefits (Medicaid, SSI, DDS, food stamps, etc.) and access funds and services through the Ryan White CARE Act and other sources. Services available to HIV+ persons who do not meet the above criteria through Ryan White funding. Case management connects clients to medical care, medications, housing and other resources. Maximum monthly income of $1635 and less than $2,000 in assets (excluding home and car); AIDS diagnosis at risk of hospitalization; able to maintain safety in the home with support services; determination of disability from the Social Security. HIV+ requirements are proof of HIV status and seeing a primary care physician visit twice annually. Maximum monthly income of $1635 and less than $2,000 in assets (excluding home and car); AIDS diagnosis at risk of hospitalization; able to maintain safety in the home with support services; determination of disability from the Social Security. HIV+ requirements are proof of HIV status and seeing a primary care physician visit twice annually. M-F rd Ave. N, St. Petersburg FAX N Franklin Ave., Tampa FAX Website Metropolitan Hillsborough County Jail Services Helps HIV+ inmates plan for their release into the community by providing linkage to medical care, medications, housing, emergency financial assistance, job training & placement resources, substance abuse treatment and a whole host of other programs. Hillsborough FAX Website...http://metrocharities.org/pages/services.html ... Metropolitan Inmate Discharge Planning Helps HIV+ inmates plan for their release by providing linkage to medical care, medications, housing, emergency financial assistance, job training and placement resources, substance abuse treatment and a other programs to help them maintain their health and avoid repeated incarcerations Ave. N, St. Petersburg FAX N Franklin Ave., Tampa FAX Website Metropolitan Ministries Provide critical help and long-term answers to help our clients reach self-sufficiency. Assists poor, hungry and homeless men, women and children find food, clothing, shelter and other vital services N Florida Ave., Tampa FAX Website...http://www.metromin.org/ Metropolitan Pinellas County Jail Services Helps HIV+ inmates plan for their release into the community by providing linkage to medical care, medications, housing, emergency financial assistance, job training & placement resources, substance abuse treatment and other programs. Pinellas Website...http://metrocharities.org/pages/services.html ... Metropolitan Women's Personal Care Pantry Personal care products for HIV+ women in Pinellas Country such as cleaning supplies, feminine hygiene and personal care products available each month. Requires referral from Case Manager 73 Central Ave., St. Petersburg Website... MHC Adult Case Management Program 16

17 Program for individuals diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness to maximize their quality of life, live independently, and improve functional skills. To this end, case managers act as helpers, service brokers and advocates ensuring individuals receive the services appropriate for their day-to-day needs. M-F 8-4: N Michigan Ave., Plant City MHC Adult Central Intake and Mobile Crisis Response Team On-the-spot intervention to manage crisis at hand. On-site screening evaluations at hospitals, community settings and homes to direct individuals to the best treatment alternative. Assessments and evaluations in our facility 24 hours a day A and 2212-B E. Henry Ave., Tampa MHC Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit Locked 30-bed residential program for adults in danger of hurting themselves or others. Use of medications, crisis intervention counseling, and therapy strategies to stabilize acutely distressed individuals B E. Henry Ave., Tampa MHC Adult Psychiatric & Rehabilitative Day Treatment Program provides structured therapeutic activities for 4 hours a day, 5 days a week, with some weekend and evening activities available. Program goals are to improve socialization, communication, coping and relaxation skills, as well as heighten personal care, daily living skills, and employability. M-F 9 am-1:30 pm 2313 W Violet St., Tampa N Palmer St., Plant City MHC Adult Short-term Residential Treatment Locked 30-bed inpatient program for people with persistent and severe mental illness. Services include medication training and daily group and individual counseling. Couple and family counseling available A E Henry Ave., Tampa MHC Apt Communities Housing MHC special apartment communities enable people with severe and persistent mental illness to live independently with minimal support. A staff person trained in mental health is on-site to schedule educational and social events and contact residents' case managers or social workers when necessary. Tampa , x361 (Christina Daniels-Lyons) MHC Baby FASST Program Early intervention programs helps children and families build stronger relationships. Developmental and behavioral screenings and home-based services for children ages 5 and under with mild developmental delays and/or mild to moderate behavioral problems. M-F E Henry Ave, Tampa MHC Children s First Response Team (CFRT) Intensive clinical program provides skilled staff to assist Child Protective Investigators in assessing allegations of child abuse and neglect. This program, part of Hillsborough County's conversion of the child welfare system to Community Based Care, works with families in crisis, where a report of abuse or neglect has been made for Child Protective Investigators Hillsborough MHC Collaborative Network Services for Substance Abuse and Treatment for Children and Adolescents Case managers identify and coordinate services for children and adolescents with the dual diagnosis of mental illness and substance abuse. Through early intervention, children avoid restrictive residential treatment and remain home. M-F N 22 St., Tampa x 285 MHC Community Forensic Program 17

18 For individuals with severe and persistent mental illness charged with or convicted of a crime. Monitors individuals through the criminal justice system, facilitates access to mental health treatment, and provides alternatives to jail and institutionalization. Competency restoration classes are also available for individuals who are released into the community. M-F 8-4: Madison St. Ste 1130, Tampa MHC Diagnostic and Evaluation Services Adult services include psychological screening and intellectual, personality and academic evaluations for the purposes of identifying and treating various behavioral problems. M-F N 22 St., Tampa MHC Drop-In Centers For individuals who need minimal clinical intervention. Peer support encourages socialization, building both relationships and support networks. Program goals include enhancing self-esteem and enjoyment of life, while preventing the need for more intensive therapy. M-F 8-4: N Palmer St., Plant City W Violet St., Tampa MHC Family and School Support Team (FASST2) Non-traditional program uses family support coordinators and para-professional family advocates to assist children and their families. Case management services include in-home counseling, behavior management and therapeutic mentoring, as needed. Services usually involve other family members and typically take place in the home or at school. M-F 8: Breckenridge Pkwy. Ste E, Tampa MHC Family Network Team Short-term, crisis-oriented treatment program to preserve and strengthen families by keeping them together while working out problems. The program provides both individual and family therapy. M-F 8: E Henry Ave., Tampa MHC Family Resource Centers Individual, marital, family and/or group therapy in an office setting for adults 18 and older. Therapy focuses on crisis stabilization, enhancing quality of life, and alleviating troubling symptoms. Psychiatric evaluation, monitoring, and medical management is also available. Main Center N 22 St., Tampa M, W, Th, F 7:30 am- 6:00 pm; Tu 7:30 am- 8:00 pm Panos Center-., 1403 W Reynolds St., Plant City M, Tu, Th, 8 am- 6 pm; W 8 am- 8:00 pm; 8 am-2 pm MHC Family Services Planning Team (FSPT) Multi-agency, multi-purpose team of child care specialists helps parents secure the least restrictive, most appropriate services so children can remain in their homes. In-home, intensive behavioral health services are available for children and their families. Program uses a combination of case management, outpatient counseling, home-based and community-based rehabilitative services and psychiatric services. M-F 8: Breckenridge Pkwy. Ste E, Tampa MHC Home-Based Child Developmental Resource Center (CDRC) Program is designed to correct childhood developmental delays through parent education involvement in their child's developmental progress to strengthen the parent/child bond. Counselors provide program services in the home. Tues-F 7:30am - 6pm 2905 E Henry Ave., Tampa MHC Intensive Day Treatment Program for Children Program assists child transition from locked inpatient units to the community. 6-week parent support and education to help parents manage their children's behavioral and emotional problems. M-F 8:30-4: E Henry Ave., Tampa

19 MHC Psychiatric Medication Clinics Short- Provides pharmaceutical management for individuals who are stabilized and need ongoing drug therapy. Outpatient therapy is monitored by psychiatrists and advanced nurse practitioners. M-F N Michigan Ave., Plant City W Violet St., Tampa N 22nd St., Tampa MHC Severely Emotionally Disturbed Outreach Supplies intense mental health therapy to students in SED programs in Hillsborough County schools. Treatment is offered at 48 campuses and provides individual, group, and family therapy, along with case management, parent education, and psychiatric services. M-F 8:00-5:00. Hillsborough x 285 MHC Supported Employment Job placement assistance for individuals with mental illness in a competitive environment. The program involves work skills training, job development, coaching and long-term support. Staff on-call 24-7 to ensure successful job placements. Services contracted through the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. M-F 8: W Violet St., Tampa MHC Transitional Living Community Intensive residential treatment program for individuals just released from state psychiatric facilities, individuals at risk of being admitted to a state mental health facility, or those with a history of multiple psychiatric hospitalizations. It provides services needed to live independently in the community E Henry Ave., Tampa Mobile Medical Unit of Pinellas County Social Services Serves homeless and other designated populations at shelters, soup kitchens, and sites throughout the county. Call before 7:45 am or after 2:00 pm to contact office. Call , , , FAX Morton Plant Hospital Inpatient medical services. 24/7 300 Pinellas St., Clearwater Website...http://www.mortonplant.com/body.cfm?id=100&action=detail&ref=199 Mother and Child Care Community Health Centers Prenatal, postnatal care, immunizations, treatment for infants, and children. Hours: Mon 8:00-8:00, Tues-Fri 8:00-5:00 (Closed 12:00-1:00 for lunch), Sat 8:00-12:00 (Pediatrics) and 8:00-2:00 (Family) 1020 Lakeview Rd., Clearwater Mustard Seed, The Transitional housing and other help for folks struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. M-F st Ave. S, St. Petersburg (Outpatient) FAX Central Ave. St. Petersburg (Residential) FAX NAMI National Headquarters National organization with NAMI groups in every state and in over 1100 local communities. The mission includes advocacy, research, support, and education, transitional housing and other help with alcohol and drug addiction. M-F Wilson Blvd. Ste 300, Arlington, VA TDD Website...www.nami.org

20 NAMI National Member Services NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is the nation s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. It is a national organization with NAMI groups in every state and in over 1100 local communities. The mission includes advocacy, research, support, and education. Education programs include Family-to-Family, NAMI s Provider Education Program, Peer-to-Peer, and other state and local programs offered by trained family and consumer teachers to help educate other families, consumers, and professionals. Support groups are offered through many of NAMI s affiliates for families and consumers. NAMI also advocates on the federal level. Toll-free Website...www.nami.org NAMI National HelpLine Toll-free national HelpLine serves over 4,000 callers a month. Staffed by volunteer associates. Toll-free NAMI (6264) Website...www.nami.org NAMI Florida 911 E Park Ave., Tallahassee Toll-free FAX Website...www.namifl.org NAMI Local Offices Collier County - Naples FAX Hernando County Spring Hill Hillsborough County Tampa Or Lee County Ft. Myers FAX Manatee County Bradenton Website etail.cfm&localid= &fromhl=no Pasco County Elfers Website...www.nami.org/sites/NAMIPascoCounty Pinellas County Palm Harbor Sarasota County Sarasota Narcotics Anonymous Information including locations of local 12-step meetings and available resources Bay Area 24-hour Helpline Website... Heartland Includes Polk, Hardee, & Highland Counties; Lakeland, Winter Haven, Plant City, Bartow, Sebring, Lake Wales, Haines City, Lake. Alfred, Lake. Placid, Auburndale PO Box 1848, Eaton Park Recovery Coast PO Box 964, New Port Richey Website...http://www.naflorida.org/areas/recovery.htm Suncoast Includes Bradenton, Sarasota, and Venice. Website... Network Project: Homeless Outreach Aggressive outreach program designed to eliminate the barriers to obtaining housing. Services include psychiatric evaluation, drug therapy, counseling, referrals, advocacy and case management. M-F 7:30 am-4 pm 6220 N Nebraska Ave, Tampa

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