Address:2435 N Florida AveHernando, FL 34442Map & Directions
Services: Clothing, food, household goods, some furniture, blankets, tents to homeless and bike to work program--gives bikes for transportation.
Hours: 9:30a-4:30p, Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Any Citrus County resident.
Documents To Bring: Call or walk-in.
Bring proof of:
1) Date of Birth & 2) Address to first visit.
Address:1213 16th St NSaint Petersburg, FL 33705Map & Directions
Services: Pregnancy & Parent Support Services. Trained staff and volunteers offer confidential, comprehensive services to adolescents, women and families facing the issues of sexuality, pregnancy and the responsibility of parenting.
Hours: 9:00a-3:00p - Monday-Thursday
9:00a-2:00p - Friday.
Eligibility: Pregnant women or families with children under 2 years old.
Documents To Bring: Call for more information.
Address:317 Tompkins StInverness, FL 34450Map & Directions
Services: Pregnancy & Family Life Center is a faith based non profit organization serving the Nature Coast area of Florida (Citrus and Marion Counties) and surrounding areas. We are a non denominational private organization that has been serving this area for over twenty years. We provide financial and counseling services to mothers and families from our location in Inverness.
- Free Pregnancy Test
- Free Counseling
- Emotional Support
- Maternity Clothing
- Children's Clothing
- Infant Equipment
- Post Abortion Counseling
- Support Groups
- Natural Family Planning (Referred out)
- Parenting Classes (Referred out)
- Videos and Literature
- Spiritual Needs
- Housing (Referred out)
Hours: 10:00a-3:00p Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Mothers and fathers in need.
Documents To Bring: Call or drop in to the office during open office hours.
Address:817 5th Ave NSaint Petersburg, FL 33701Map & Directions
Services: Provides non-perishable food and clothing to anyone in need Also provides soup kitchen Brown bag lunch is available on a first come, first serve basis.
Donations: foods - canned foods and non-perishable foods Also clothing - outerwear, mens' pants, socks and hats Blankets.
Back-to-School Donations start May each year: Backpacks; Notebooks: Pen; Rulers; and other School Supplies.
Hours: 10:45a-2:20p, Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Anyone in need.
Address:8370 Forest Oaks BlvdSpring Hill, FL 34606Map & Directions
Services: Trained staff and volunteers offer confidential, comprehensive services to women and their families facing the challenges of pregnancy and early parenthood Services include free pregnancy testing, information on adoption, a mentoring program, paraprofessional counseling, prenatal and childbirth information, post-natal and parenting information, maternity and infant supplies, community resource referrals and emergency food items All of these services are provided at no cost to the client.
Hours: 8:00a-5:00p, Monday-Friday.
Eligibility: Women and their families.
Documents To Bring: Call for an appointment.
Address:7084 Mariner BlvdSpring Hill, FL 34609Map & Directions
Services: A women's resource center is a multi-dimensional, outreach offering free pregnancy tests, confidential counseling, abortion alternatives, post abortion healing, partner's program material assistance, abstinence support, education, adoption counseling, post adoption counseling, and mentoring Occasional classes on breast feeding, toddler safety, making baby food, and CPR.
Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm Monday
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Address:701 5th Ave NSaint Petersburg, FL 33701Map & Directions
Services: Provides clothing (maternity and infant), baby food, formula, toys, and diapers are provided as donated to the program. Provides housing for women who are pregnant or with an infant 9 months or younger.
Hours: Outreach: 9:00a-12:00p, Monday- Thursday
Eligibility: Single pregnant or parenting women with infant 9 months or younger.
Documents To Bring: Client or agency to call first for shelter.
Donation center is on a walk in basis.
Address:8864 Airport Blvd # 201Leesburg, FL 34788Map & Directions
Services: Coordinating FREE air transportation to children and adults with medical or humanitarian needs.
Serves patients in Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi Associated with Air Charity Network.
1. Patient must be ambulatory, most of our planes are 4-6 seat, unpressurized aircraft and getting in and out of one can be compared to getting in and out of the back seat of a small car; therefore, the patient must be able to sit upright and wear a seat belt.
2. Treatment is not offered locally, there must be a legitimate medical reason to justify scheduling a mission - for example, the treatment is not working, or it is unavailable in the local area.
3. Demonstrated financial need, while there is no formula for screening patients, we must still determine, at our discretion, whether there is a demonstrated financial reason that conventional transportation cannot be used instead.
4 Patient must be medically stable, we are not an emergency air service, although we do coordinate transplant flights. For the most part, if you need that type of service or you reside outside of our five state service area, please contact the National Patient Air Transport Hotline at 1-800-296-1217 or go to their Web site at www.npath.org .
5 Available to fly disaster relief personnel from recognized relief agencies in case of terrorist incident or natural disaster (hurricanes) This type of flight can be arranged ASAP by calling hotline at 1-800-352-4256.
Hours: Contact by phone for information.