This agency provides services to those with specific disabilities. They help locate intermediate care facilities. They also provide job support and case management. Clients can get referrals for other needed services. Please see the website for more info.
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BEAM offers financial help for rent and utilities for qualified residents. This service is available every 18 months. An appointment is needed. You must call 211 first.
For Residents of These Beaches Zip Codes:
32082, 32224, 32233, 32250, 32266
City Rescue Mission helps men and women, and women with children by offering emergency shelter on a nightly basis. They provide guests with a safe environment. They may also shower, eat, obtain clean clothing, and sleep. Please call for more information.
This is an addiction recovery program at the McDuff Avenue campus. Clients live on campus for about 18 months. They must make a commitment to the program which will enable them to make a new life for themselves and for their families. Clients take part in a full range of education and recovery services. Each person is assessed and receives a program plan based on his or her own specific needs. Please call for more information.
The goal of this housing program is to move homeless clients to permanent housing and independent living within 24 months. Priority is given to Veterans, who make up to 75% of the residents. Female clients live off-campus. Please see the website for more information.
Residents are required to:
- Be working and/or in school
- Complete a health assessment
- Complete a mental-health assessment/engage in mental-health counseling as needed
- Maintain sobriety
- Participate in case-management and life-skills classes
- Participate in substance-abuse education classes and support groups, as needed
Homeless families who come to Family Promise stay at a local congregation for one week. While there, they get three meals a day, case management and other services. They can use laundry facilities, a computer and get phone access at the Family Center. They will also meet with a social worker who will develop a plan of action to get the family on the path to self sufficiency. Please see the website for more information.
The housing locator service allows people to locate available housing that best fits their needs.
Toll-free, Bilingual Call Center:
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Call for more info.
The Emergency Shelter is a safe, secure, and confidential facility. The playground has a privacy fence so children cannot be seen. Most residents have their own bedroom with bath. The shelter is a highly secure facility. Residents can safely rest and plan for their future. There is a day care center as well as a school. Please call for more information.
24-Hour Hotline: 904.354.3114
- Assistance in obtaining housing
- Coordinated family outings and activities
- Court advocacy
- Crisis intervention
- Food and clothing
- Individual and group counseling
- Life management skills
- Locating employment
- Safety planning
- Support groups
JALA has a team of 30 lawyers that provides civil legal aid to those in need. JALA covers many areas of the law. It does not discriminate in respect to race, sex, national origin, religion, disability, or age. Please see the website for all services.
Legal Areas Served Include:
- Consumer law
- Community counsel
- Child & youth advocacy
- Deaf/Hard of Hearing services
- Elder law
- Fair housing unit
- Family law
- Health & public benefits
- Mental Health Advocacy Project
- Mortgage Rescue Project
- Prisoner Re-Entry Project
- Refugee immigration
- Ryan White-HIV/AIDS Unit
Boulevard Comprehensive Care Center
515 West 6th Street
Shands Hospital Rainbow Center
653-1 West 8th Street