Girls can get appropriate counseling in a nurturing environment. To become enrolled, they must be between 11 to 17 years old, at least one year behind in school, and have 3 or more risk factors. For more information, visit the website or call the phone number below.
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Department of Children and Families provides Substance Abuse and Mental Health assistance for all ages. Please call 904.723.2000 or visit website for more information.
They provide medical assistance programs that gives access to health care for low income families and individuals. They also assist aged and disabled people with the costs of nursing facility care and other medical expenses. Call for more information.
Gainesville Opportunity Center helps adults living with mental illness rebuild their lives. Please see website for more information. This program is free to all interested adults.
Helping Hands is a group of volunteer health professionals who provide free healthcare to the poor and especially the homeless in Gainesville, FL.
- Nursing/Social Work
- Prescription Drug Assistance
- Women’s Health
Please call for more information.
This agency provides many services to children, adults and teens.
Intervention Services offers:
- Adoption services
- Foster care services
- In-home, in-school and community based counseling
- Psychiatric services
- Services for the developmentally disabled
- Substance abuse services
This group offers the Reach Program. It provides a variety of mental health related services. They are for girls between the ages of 11 and 17. As well as their families. Therapists travel to the girls. And will meet in the home, school, or community. Meeting online is also available. Please call or visit the website for locations and more information.
HSA’s Adult Outpatient Program serves adult substance abusers.
- Monthly treatment plan updates
- Random testing
- Relapse prevention planning
Patients must be a low to moderate drug users.
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
The Ryan White Program provides assistance to HIV-positive persons with services not covered under any other existing program. Each client gets a personal case manager. The manager helps develop a plan of care, acts as an advocate, and provides info.
Possible services include:
- Case Management
- Complementary Therapies
- Dental Care
- Medical Equipment
- Mental Health Services
- Nutrition Counseling
- Nutritional Supplements
- Outpatient Medical Care
- Physical Therapy
- Transportation to Appointments
Please call or visit the website for more information.
Connect is a coordinated intake and referral system. This program is a one-stop entry point. People using this service are connected to various community programs and resources. That provide education and support. The agency works to help ensure a healthy start in life and a hopeful future. Please call or visit the website for more information.
Education, Support, & Resources Available: