Daystar Life Center offers internet services and telephone access. They also offer an address to securely receive mail. Clients are usually homeless, living in transitional housing or are concerned about mail check theft. Please call for more information.
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The aim of this agency is to create a barrier free environment for Floridians with visual disabilities. Their many programs help clients live more independently. There are services for children and adults. Please see the website for more information.
Toll Free: 1.800.757.7190
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CASA’s primary service area is the southern half of Pinellas County in Florida. CASA can be reached by calling the 24-hour help line, 727-895-4912. The automated voice message will instruct you to dial “1” to access an advocate any time, day or night.
If you live outside Pinellas County, call 800-799-SAFE (7233) to talk to an advocate at the domestic violence shelter in your area.
If you are in physical danger, call 911 to reach the police.
The program offers relevant personal, social, therapeutic, and work skill training to adults with disabilities through community and center-based resources. The activities are designed to advance individual independence and expand participants’ life choices at work, home, school, and in the community.
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This agency provides free legal services in Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, and Sarasota Counties. They do not handle criminal or traffic cases. They do not handle Workers Comp claims. Please see the website for all services.
Applicants can get help with:
- Basic needs, including housing, applying for public assistance, and consumer protection
- Elder issues, including housing and income preservation
- Family law issues, including divorce and domestic violence
Legal Aid Line, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm: 813.232.1343
Toll Free: 1.800.625.2257
Locations: click here
Interpreters are available.
HEP offers a public location for ACCESS. Residents and non-residents can apply for Food Stamps, Medicaid and cash assistance. Please call for more information.
The Kimberly Home offers a Housing Program. The program provides transitional housing to pregnant women and new moms. While participating in the program, residents receive help in finding a permanent home. They will also have the chance to participate in a number of informative classes. Please see the website for more information.
- Housing Assistance
- Life Skills Education
- Money Management
LANFC has several programs for adults. They are an ACCESS site for anyone who would like to apply for food stamps and other state benefits online. Adults can learn English or take a basic computer class. A Family Specialist can offer support and referrals to area agencies (appointment needed). There are also social activities for seniors. Please see the website or call for times.
This center can help with interpretation services. Please visit the center for support.
- Cantonese Chinese
LEAP is a community-based program. It is designed to help people with mental illnesses better their personal, social and vocational competency. Contact for more information.