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Crime Victims' Services - Fla. Office of the Attorney General

This office serves as an advocate for crime victims and victims' rights. It has a compensation program for innocent victims of crime. They also notify victims of the status of any court decisions regarding their case. Injured crime victims may be eligible for financial help for medical care and mental health services. They may get help regarding lost income, funeral expenses and other costs related to the injury. They can also get referrals to resources in their area. Please see the website for more information.

Toll Free: 1.800.226.6667

Financial Counseling - Clearpoint

Clearpoint helps consumers identify the cause of their individual financial concerns. And then helps make a plan to address them. They are not a loan company and do not lend out money. Many services are offered for free. Others are at a low cost. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Toll Free: 800.750.2227

In-person Counseling is by Appointment Only

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Meridian Behavioral Healthcare - Financial Assistance (Dixie & Gilchrist)

MBH strives to make treatment as affordable as possible. Treatment costs vary depending on the services that are needed. They accept insurance and set fees based on a sliding scale. Also, certain MBH locations now have self-service ACCESS FLORIDA computer kiosks in the waiting rooms. You may use one of these computers to apply for Medicaid, SNAP (Food Stamps) and other State benefits. Please call for more information.

Meridian Behavorial Healthcare - Financial Assistance

This MBH location has an ACCESS Florida computer for clients' use. You may use this computer to apply for State benefits such as food stamps and Medicaid. Please call for more information.

Financial Assistance Programs Include:

  • Food Stamps (SNAP)
  • Healthy Kids – Behavioral Specialty Care Network
  • Indigent Drug Program (IDP)
  • Medicaid
  • Patient Assistance Program (PAP)
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Victim Funds - MADD

This group offers victim advocates. They can help the family apply for Crime Victim Compensation. It is a government program. That is offered in every state. Eligibility conditions may vary. Please call or visit the website for locations and more information.

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24-Hour Victim Helpline: 877.623.3435

The Program may Help you get Compensation for: