Address:114 E Parker StLakeland, FL 33801Map & Directions
Services: Clothing, furniture, appliances, diapers, food baskets, baby food, and household items available to the public for sale or provided to individuals in economic distress with emergency need.
Hours: 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday
Address:801 Florida Ave SLakeland, FL 33801Map & Directions
Services: Helps families with food, baby formula, diapers and clothing.
Hours: 8am-2pm, M-F
Address:1010 E Memorial BlvdLakeland, FL 33801Map & Directions
Services: Operations Center, Monday-Friday 9-5; Compassion House 9:00 A.M. Tuesday - Thursday, serving only the first 75 people.
Hours: Operations Center, Monday-Friday 9-5; Compassion House 9:00 A.M. Tuesday - Thursday, serving only the first 75 people.
Address:1771 N Semoran BlvdOrlando, FL 32807Map & Directions
Services: Helps families with food, baby formula, diapers and clothing Also provides personal grooming supplies when available.
Hours: 9-12, M; 9-2, T-Th
Address:441 Maitland AveAltamonte Springs, FL 32701Map & Directions
Services: Staff will put together a lesson plan that is unique to individual’s needs that include videos and worksheets, learn important and interesting information about pregnancy and baby. Earn “Baby Boutique Money” to “purchase” materials like baby clothes, blankets, diapers, baby wipes and other much needed supplies while in program. Strollers, high chairs, and other furniture may be available. -
Hours: Open: Closed: Mon 1:00pm 6:00pmTue 10:00am 6:00pmWed 10:00am 6:00pmThu 10:00am 6:00pmFri 10:00am 2:00pmSat 10:00am3:00pm
Eligibility: Anyone wanting help associated with pregnancy and parenting.
Address:10 S Seminole AveFort Meade, FL 33841Map & Directions
Services: Emergency Food Program that helps families or individuals in need Also considers each family's specific needs such as baby foods, diapers and special diet foods.
Hours: 9-12, Every first and third Thursday of the month
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.