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Big Bend Homeless Coalition, HOPE Community


Services: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Homeless Shelter

2729 W Pensacola St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 792-9433

Care Resource

*Confidential, rapid HIV testing including mobile testing (call for mobile locations) *HIV/AIDS medical treatment, education, risk reduction, wellness programs *Individual and group counseling for persons with HIV/AIDS, their family and friends *Clinical trials for interested persons, full dental care *HIV Case Management: linkage to ADAP, HOPWA, TANF, Food Stamps and other support services *Food pantry, home delivered meals and groceries program for clients *Counseling and education programs for gay men, repeat testers, women of color *Transgender services: primary care, hormone therapy, mental health and substance abuse treatment; drop-in center; name change clinic *Targets LGBT community in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, but services available to anyone *Other locations: *871 W Oakland Park Blvd, Ft Lauderdale, 33311 *1680 Michigan Ave, Suite 912, Miami Beach, 33139 *1901 SW First St, Little Havana, 33135 *Not all centers offer same services; call before going

Services: AIDS Drug Assistance Programs, AIDS/HIV Clinics, Case/Care Management, Clinical Trials, Confidential HIV Testing, Dental Care, Food Pantries, General Counseling Services, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Housing Search Assistance, LGBTQ Support Groups, Mobile Health Care, Rapid HIV Tests

3801 Biscayne Blvd

Miami, FL 33137

(305) 576-1234

Catholic Charities, NWFLT, Emergency Assistance

6/23/20: COVID-19 Update: *Services are for residents of Leon, Gadsden, Madison, Jefferson and Taylor Counties *Staff are working remotely most of the time *AS LONG AS FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE, may be able to assist qualifying persons with past due rent, utilities and in some cases (for homeless persons) deposits for rent and utilities *Persons may call at any time during business hours, however it is preferable to call Monday or Tuesdays.

Services: Disaster Relief Services, Food Pantries, Rental Deposit Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Deposit Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance

1380 Blountstown Hwy

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 222-2180

CHI, Doris Ison Health Center

*Pregnancy testing, PEPW, prenatal care, gynecology, family planning, Healthy Start, WIC, and immunizations *Pediatric and adult primary care, and dental care *HIV testing, clinical treatment, case management, ADAP and other AIDS/HIV related services *Outpatient mental health (adult and pediatric) and substance abuse treatment, (including Detox) *Non-life threatening urgent care center, open daily 3pm-10pm *Help with insurance enrollment, free transportation

Services: Birth Control, Community Clinics, Confidential HIV Testing, Dental Care, General Medical Care, Gynecology Services, Immunizations, Medicaid, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Pediatrics, Pregnancy Testing, Prenatal Care, Urgent Care Centers, WIC

10300 SW 216th St

Miami, FL 33190

(305) 252-4820

CHI, Naranja Health Center, S Florida

*General medical care, prenatal care, gynecology, family planning, pregnancy testing, WIC, Healthy Start, and immunizations *PEPW screening provided for clinic clients serving catchment area of South Dade Labor Camp *Dental care *Confidential HIV testing, counseling, and services; STD testing *Help with insurance enrollment, free transportation

Services: Birth Control, Community Clinics, Confidential HIV Testing, Dental Care, General Medical Care, Immunizations, Medicaid, Pregnancy Testing, Prenatal Care, Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening, WIC

13805 SW 264th St

Naranja, FL 33032

(305) 252-4820

EBT Customer Service Line

*Provides information and answers questions or concerns for people with Food Stamps (aka SNAP) and/or TANF who already have an EBT Card (Electronics Benefits Transfer Card) *This is not a helpline to apply for or ask general questions about Food Stamps or TANF; it is only for people who have already received or should have received an EBT Card *Also takes reports of lost or stolen cards

Services: EBT Card Services, Food Stamps/SNAP, TANF

PO Box 1770

Ocala, FL 34478

(888) 356-3281

FAMU, Student Health Services

*Only for registered FAMU students who have paid their semester health fee: physical examinations, medications, birth control services, pregnancy testing, confidential HIV/STD screening and counseling, and pharmacy access *Other services: testing and counseling for diabetes, hypertension, tobacco cessation, diet/nutrition, exercise/fitness, safer sex methods, and stress management *Does NOT provide dental care, major surgery, treatment of serious illnesses, prenatal care or hospitalization *Food Pantry available to students during regular clinic hours *Peer Health Advocate Program trains student leaders in subject areas that aid SHS in providing educational presentations and programs each semester; PHA positions are available year round

Services: Birth Control, Confidential HIV Testing, Diabetes Screening, Food Pantries, General Medical Care, Pregnancy Testing, Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening, Smoking/Vaping Cessation, Stress Management

1700 Lee Hall Dr, Ste 116

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 599-3777

FL DOH, Miami-Dade, Maternal/Infant Services

*Women's Health Services: pregnancy testing, PEPW and Healthy Start screening, prenatal vitamins, WIC referral, (only the Florida City center offers prenatal care) *Referred to prenatal providers accepting PEPW, or other clinics offering sliding scale that will see women unable to get Medicaid *Family planning, preconception counseling *Immunizations (free for under 18 years of age), and referrals for pediatric care *Women's Health Clinic locations: *Health District Center, 1350 NW 14th St, 33125, (305) 575-3800 *West Dade Center, 11865 SW 26th St, Ste J-2, 33175, (305) 225-5950 *Little Haiti Center, 300 NE 80th Ter, 33138 (305) 795-2100 *Florida City Center, 1600 NW 6th Court, Bldg B, 33034 (305) 242-2443 ***The only DOH location that offers prenatal care*** *For more information or to find closest clinic providing desired services, call Womens Health Appointment Line (best number) or DOH Switchboard

Services: Birth Control, Breastfeeding Support Programs, Community Clinics, Immunizations, Medicaid, Pregnancy Testing, Prenatal Care, WIC

1350 NW 14th St

Miami, FL 33125

(786) 336-1437

Food for Life Network

*Provides weekly grocery packages to HIV/AIDS clients containing food for two generous meals, plus light snacks or light lunch for seven days *Referral from a medical case manager is required *Clients with children are provided additional food for dependent children *Home delivered groceries or meals available for persons unable to travel *Affiliated with Care Resource, a primary social services and medical provider to Miami Dade County

Services: Food Pantries, Home Delivered Meals

3400 NE 2nd Ave

Miami, FL 33137

(305) 576-3663

Food With Care, Inc

*Available throughout Florida *Frozen, prepared food purchase for home delivery for persons of any age *Meal selections include diabetic, low sodium, low cholesterol, renal and puree entrees for restricted diets, traditional, breakfast entrees, soups and ethnic meals, and desserts *Menus and recipes developed by registered dietician and geriatric physician *Funding available through Medicaid Waiver, Long Term Managed Care *Minimum purchase of 10 meals

Services: Home Delivered Meals

6995 Venture Circle

Orlando, FL 32807

(407) 657-3880

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