Address:324 Monroe StDunedin, FL 34698Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: One of the main support functions of Raising Hope, Inc. is to provide infants and children who have been placed in the Pinellas Foster Care system with new duffle bags packed with clothing and toiletry necessities that are age appropriate. This modest, yet needed item allows these children to arrive at their new foster home with their immediate needs being met.
Hours: Huettig Electric drop off times:
Eligibility: Items that are in new or almost new condition.
Raising Hope supports ages Newborn thru 18 yrs. of age.
Documents To Bring: Donations can be dropped off at our business sponsored drop-off sites, during specified times.
Address:1601 Clearwater Largo Rd NClearwater, FL 33756Map & Directions
Services: Thrift Shoppe provides the sale of donated items such as used furniture, dishes, clothing, miscellaneous items to support thte Pregnancy Center programs. Donations are tax deductible.
Hours: 9:00a-6:00p, Monday-Saturday; 11:00a-4:00p, Sunday.
Eligibility: General public.
Documents To Bring: Walk in.
Address:1301 N Highland AveClearwater, FL 33755Map & Directions
Services: The mission of The HWG Foundation, Inc. Diaper Bank is an effort designed to decrease health and issues experienced by infants and toddlers that result from "diaper need".
Depending on our inventory, each family can receive a maximum of 30 disposable diapers a month. Each family may receive baby wipes and rash cream, if in stock.
Hours: 10:00a-3:00p, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Clients can call during these hours to schedule appointments.
Eligibility: :Low income or living at or below poverty level and demonstrate "diaper need".
*1. If client has a referral from a partnering agency they must bring with them to their scheduled appointment along with a current picture ID.
*2. If client does not have a referral they must bring one of the following: child's birth certificate/immunization record/hospital discharge papers; they must bring a current picture ID; and proof of income, one of the following (paystubs, statement from TANF/SNAP program, statement from social security or signed and notarized letter stating current income status).
Documents To Bring: CALL FOR APPOINTMENT. NO WALK-INS.
Clients can call Monday, Wednesday and Thursday between 10:00a-3:00p
The appointments are scheduled on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday between 12:30pm-2:00pm.
Clients must complete application on-site and supply a copy of State ID and the child's birth certificate.
Clients may be referred by partnering agency OR self referral.*
Address:2380 Drew St #6Clearwater, FL 33765Map & Directions
Services: Assists women who are, or think they are pregnant, services that we provide include:
- Pregnancy & Infant care classes
- Parenting classes
- Clothing, diapers, and formula as needed
- Peer Counseling & Spiritual guidance
- Education and referral system
- Free pregnancy test (in office or take home)
- Food from our food pantry
- Faith-based abstinence presentations in schools
- Post abortion trauma counseling
- Baby massage classes
- Host mobile dental unit
- Provide alternatives to abortion
Information shared by our clients is kept confidential, and clients are treated with upmost respect and sensitivity.
Hours: 9:00a-3:00p, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 12:30p-4:30p Tuesday.
Eligibility: :In need pregnant women, single mothers and families.
Documents To Bring: Call to make an appointment.
Address:5812 150th Ave NClearwater, FL 33760Map & Directions
Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 9:00a-4:00p.
Address:13800 66th St NLargo, FL 33771Map & Directions
Services: The Cornerstone of Success & Achievement provides enhances outpatient treatment, early intervention and continuing care for substance abusing families, pregnant and parenting women as well as men who are involved in the child welfare system and may be at risk of losing their children due to substance use or dependence. Cornerstone of Success & Achievement programs address resilience and recovery from addiction with families by integrating therapeutic child development services and parenting services. The treatment program addresses issues such as substance use disorders, trauma services, co-occurring disorders, parenting, social well being (domestic violence, communication and life skills), physical well being (health and sexuality), and / or family dynamics may be addressed depending on the needs of the family. The primary goal of the program is to improve family functioning and provide family reunification services.
Hours: 7:30a-9:00p, Monday-Thursday; 7:30a-5:30p, Friday
Eligibility: Must be pregnant or have children who are aged 17 years old or younger; must meet DSM criteria for substance abuse or dependency; must agree to follow attendance criteria, WAGES/TANF recipients enrolled in services are eligible to participate.
Documents To Bring: Please call 1-888-PAR-NEXT for an assessment. Walk-ins welcome.
Address:2001 W Old US Hwy 441 #1Mount Dora, FL 32757Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantry. A Lake County need-based organization whose goal is to feed the body, educate the mind and lift the spirit of all individuals. We accomplish this with a dynamic group of volunteers who source donations, package nutritious food to stretch a family
Hours: Food Pantry:
9:00a-11:30a Saturday; open to all.
9:00a -12:30p (Wednesday; reserved for Seniors and disabled.)
NOTE: Hours are general guidelines--CLIENTS ARE ADVISED TO ARRIVE EARLY since distribution may be cut off if the Pantry runs out of food.
Eligibility: Lake County residents.
Wednesdays are for reserved for Seniors and disabled.
Documents To Bring: Photo ID required for all adults in household. Short interview process.
Address:8001 66th St NPinellas Park, FL 33781Map & Directions
Services: Free pregnancy tests, peer counseling, education about pregnancy options. Referrals to community resources, post-decision counseling and support groups Assistance with maternity/infant clothing Mothers may earn cribs, car seats and other baby/maternity items through completion of classes: childbirth, prenatal care (know how), infant care, infant CPR, car seat safety Provides a speakers bureau.
Hours: 12p-7p M; 10a-4p Tu; 10a-2p W; 1:30p-4:30p Th, 10a-2p F
Eligibility: Any woman in need of pregnancy test and/or pregnancy-related services/education/community and material resources.
Documents To Bring: Call for appointment. Walk-ins welcome.
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.
Documents To Bring: Call for more information.