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Children & Family Services

Child Welfare Services

In-home protective supervision for children in Polk and Hillsborough Counties referred by state protective service investigators.

Family Diversion Program

In-home and intervention services to families at risk of having their children removed from the home.

Family Skill Builders

A short term, high-intensity parenting and home care skills teaching program for parents at risk of having their children removed from the home due to neglect or abuse.

Woman-to-Woman Program

A mentoring program for teenage mothers and pregnant girls who are at risk for academic failure and repeat pregnancies.

Violence Prevention Program

Evidence-based program in Pinellas County middle schools that works with students, staff, parents and the community to reduce violence and drug use and promote family preservation.

Elder & Disabled Services

Community Care for Disabled Adults

Case management and homemaker services to help individuals with catastrophic disabilities to remain in the community.

Myrtle Oaks

Apartment complex for low income elderly located in northeast Tampa.

Community Care for the Elderly

Case management coordination to enable frail and functionally impaired elders to remain in their homes and avoid or delay placement in a nursing home.

Homemaker Services for Frail Elderly

Assistance with homemaker services for elderly individuals in Pinellas County.

Elderly Counseling Services

For persons 60 years of age or older in Pasco county who would benefit from geriatric or mental health counseling services.

Employment Services

Noncustodial Parent Employment Program

Assists unemployed or underemployed non-custodial parents in establishing a pattern of regular child-support payments by obtaining and maintaining unsubsidized, competitive employment.

Jewish Community Services

Family Support Services

Emergency assistance in meeting basic human needs for the Jewish community in Pasco and Pinellas counties.

YAD b’yad (Hand in hand)

Jewish adult volunteers provide companionship and act as role models for Jewish children in single parent home.

Outpatient Counseling Services

Individual, child, adolescent, family, couples, and marriage counseling available to the entire community.

Support Groups & Workshops

Support groups for children, adults and families.

Holocaust Survivor Program

Improving the quality of life for Holocaust survivors in 7 counties covering 5447 square miles with basic services, support groups, social events and religious holiday celebrations.

Behavioral Health Services

Residential Programs & Treatment Centers

Alternative Family Program

Therapeutic foster homes for adults or seniors with mental illness.


Intensive residential programs with psychiatric services, medication management, life skills training, case management and other supports.

Extended Geriatric Residential Treatment System (E-GRTS)

Intensive residential program for seniors 50 years of age and older with severe and persistent mental illness.

Supported Housing/Living Program

Assists individuals with serious mental illness or co-occurring substance abuse issues to live independently in the community.

Adele Gilbert Residential Treatment Facility

Formerly known as the 66th Street Group Home – residential treatment program in Pinellas County, for chronically mentally ill adults who also may have co-occurring substance abuse issues.

Counseling Services

Elder Ed Program

Substance abuse education programming focusing on the prevention of alcohol abuse and medication mismanagement among the elderly.

Elder Substance Abuse Intervention

Intervention services for adults 55 and older in Pinellas and Pasco Counties who might be at high risk of medication misuse and/or alcohol abuse.

Older Adults Support Team

Specialized intervention for elders at risk of suicide.

Counseling Center

Provides the community with individual and family mental counseling services as well as access to onsite psychiatric services and medication management.

Individual Support Programs

Mental Health Overlay

Servings nursing home and assisted living (ALF) residents who have secondary psychiatric diagnoses.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Outreach

Assists present or former welfare recipients having difficulty securing or maintaining employment due to mental health or substance abuse issues.

Young Adult Transitional Program in Broward County

Provides support and assistance to young adults who have serious emotional or behavioral difficulties in making a successful transition to adulthood..

Refugee Services

Florida Center for Survivors of Torture

Treatment center for survivors of torture and extreme trauma.

Refugee Youth and Family Services Program

Academic and acculturation assistance to newly arriving refugee youth to improve their overall adjustment to life in the United States.

Resettlement Program

Resettles refugees from around the world who have been persecuted and fled to the U.S. to provide their families with freedom, safety and liberty.

VOICES Program

Professional spoken language interpretation for individuals with limited English proficiency.

National Partnership for Community Training

A national assistance and training program helping service providers throughout the nation to effectively provide for torture survivors in their community.

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