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AHF, Out of the Closet Test Sites

*Free, rapid, confidential HIV testing on walk-in basis *Pharmacy with funding sources for low cost or free medications for persons who qualify *Thrift store, proceeds help finance free testing *Operated by Aids Healthcare Foundation *Additional web site: freehivtest.

Services: Confidential HIV Testing, Pharmacies, Rapid HIV Tests, Thrift Shops

2097 Wilton Dr

Wilton Manors, FL 33305

(877) 259-8728

Catholic Charities, NWFLT, Emergency Assistance

****03/12/19: PROGRAM HAS RENTAL ASSISTANCE AT THIS TIME, AND FUNDS TO HELP WITH PAST DUE UTILITIES WHERE THE PERSON CURRENTLY LIVES (Qualifying persons may receive one, but not both) *Services are for residents of the following counties: Leon, Gadsden, Madison, Jefferson and Taylor *AS FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE: emergency rental assistance or emergency utility assistance require that rent or utilities be past due; assistance with deposits or first month's rent not available *Assistance limited to either rent or utilities (not both) one time every 12 months per household *To get rent or utility assistance, the client must currently have enough income to cover routine monthly expenses; programs such as SSI disability, child support, TANF, Worker's Compensation, Unemployment Benefits or any regular income from a verifiable source.

Services: Diapers, Disaster Relief Services, Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance

1380 Blountstown Hwy

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 222-2180

Gainesville Area AIDS Project, Inc (GAAP)

*GAAP is a volunteer organization for anyone infected or affected by HIV or AIDS, offering community referrals, support and social get-togethers like movies, plays, trips, and meals *Administers the TREE Project (The Replenishment of Everyday Essentials), which provides toiletries and household items that Food Stamps do not cover *Provides referrals for Ryan White Titles, HOPWA and PAC *Lunch served Tuesdays 10am-2pm, dinner served last Friday of each month 5pm-7pm, Drop-in Center open 9am-11am, 3rd Saturday

Services: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Household Goods

3131 NW 13th St

Gainesville, FL 32609

(352) 373-4227

Kearney Center, The

*The homeless shelter in Tallahassee for adult men and women with no children (aka Comprehensive Emergency Services Center) *One-stop service center for homeless and near-homeless people: referrals and assistance for housing, benefits (Food Stamps,TANF, VA, Medicaid, etc), employment, medical, training, GED classes, help with getting a Florida photo ID card or driver's license, prescription assistance and counseling during daytime *Daytime Services: M-F, laundry, showers, access to phones and computers, access to case management, and counseling from partnering agency representatives on-site *Persons staying at the shelter may receive bus passes *Persons not staying at the shelter may receive bus passes if they have a bus pass referral from another agency *Medical services provided nightly 5:30pm-8:45pm by nursing staff *Targets homeless and near-homeless persons experiencing an emergency *Designed to serve clients face-to-face; calls can not always be answered due to limited staff *Sex offenders can get daytime services, but can not stay in the shelter due to its proximity to Hope House *Rapid Confidential HIV testing with results in 15 minutes for shelter residents and anyone in the community, 10am-2pm, every first, third and fifth Wednesday *Free full dental services M-F, 8am-1pm and 2pm-5pm in Kearney Center; must be a participant at Kearney Center, Westgate or Dwellings, Leon County resident, 18 years of age with no other access to dental care, and meet Federal Poverty Guidelines

Services: Confidential HIV Testing, Dental Care, Food Stamps/SNAP, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Health Care Referrals, Homeless Drop In Centers, Homeless Shelter, Job Finding Assistance, Laundry Facilities, Prescription Expense Assistance, Public Showers/Baths, Rapid HIV Tests, Records/Licenses/Permits

2650 Municipal Way

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 792-9000

Poverello Center, Inc

*Services for HIV+ persons: food pantry, thrift shop, nutritional consulting, fitness *LiveWell center and gym for HIV+ persons *Eligibility: requires picture ID and Centralized Intake and Eligibility Determination (aka CIED) certification from Broward Regional Health Planning Council, phone: (954) 566-1417 *Poverello Inital Intake hours: 9am-Noon, M-F

Services: Exercise Classes/Groups, Food Pantries, Nutrition Education, Thrift Shops

2056 N Dixie Highway

Wilton Manors, FL 33305

(954) 561-3663

Salvation Army, Basic Needs Assistance

****PROGRAM IS OUT OF UTILITY FUNDS UNTIL AT LEAST MID-JUNE 2019, I&R STAFF WILL CHECK BACK AT THAT TIME**** ****PROGRAM IS OUT OF UTILITY FUNDS UNTIL AT LEAST MID-JUNE 2019, I&R STAFF WILL CHECK BACK AT THAT TIME**** *Basic Needs service hours are 10am-1pm, M-F *Vouchers for free clothing and shoes for qualifying individuals and families in need from Leon, Gadsden or Wakulla Counties, available once every 12 months *Food pantry/groceries available to individuals or families in need; only for persons who have proof of eligibility for Food Stamps *Personal hygiene bags for homeless persons *Diapers available for sale at a lower price than in regular retail stores *Most services are for residents of Leon, Gadsden and Wakulla Counties *Utility assistance ONLY WHEN FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE and for LEON AND SOMETIMES GADSDEN COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY who meet income guidelines only once every 12 months *An appointment to apply for utility assistance is required; Call as early as possible on Monday (8am) to get an appointment sometime during the week

Services: Diapers, Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2410 Allen Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 222-0304

Your Penny's Worth Thrift Shop

*Affiliated with Trinity Episcopal Church but in a different location *Volunteer-run thrift shop that supplies free clothing for persons who qualify and low cost clothing for anyone *Persons needing free clothing should have validation of need via written note or phone call from a social service or helping agency: Community Action Agency, a church, sheriff, fire department, landlord, or health care provider *If unable to get validation, call or come anyway; includes homeless and transient persons *Outreach Ministry can assist with prescription expense when funding available

Services: General Clothing Provision, Prescription Expense Assistance, Thrift Shops

195 Ave E

Apalachicola, FL 32320

(850) 653-9405

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