Social and Emotional
- Chemical Dependency and Substance Abuse (13)
- Domestic Violence (11)
- Emergency Contacts (11)
- Mental Health Providers (8)
- Shelter and Crisis (12)
Listed in Chemical Dependency and Substance Abuse, Health Care Providers, Physical Health, Social and Emotional
At Big Bend Community Based Care the sole purpose is to provide the highest quality child welfare, substance abuse and mental health services to children, adults and their families within their communities through a managed network of accredited providers.
Big Bend Crime Stoppers’ mission is to increase the safety of the Big Bend Community by assisting law enforcement agencies in removing undesirable individuals from the community. Crimes can be anonymously reported and rewards are offered for information, encouraging people to turn over information.
The mission of Big Bend Hospice is to provide compassionate care to individuals with a life limiting illness, comfort to their families and emotional support to anyone who has lost a loved one.
Listed in Domestic Violence, Physical Health, Shelter and Crisis, Social and Emotional, Therapists and Special Needs
Boys Town helps to give at-risk children and families the love, support and education they need to succeed.
Listed in Mental Health Providers
Faith-based eating disorder treatment center for males and females
CCYS works to alleviate the immediate problems of youth during runaway or other crisis situations, reunite runaway, transient and other youth in crisis with their families, strengthen family relationships, help parents and youth decide on future courses of action, prevent juvenile crime, and prevent domestic violence and abuse (often minimizing or eliminating the necessity of out-of-family home placement for children and youth).
Listed in Domestic Violence, Health Related Advocacy and Support, Physical Health, Shelter and Crisis, Social and Emotional
Children’s Home Society offers counseling and other family services in order to assist children who are struggling to cope or work through a crisis.
DBSA provides hope, help, support, and education to improve the lives of people who have mood disorders.
DISC Village, Inc. or DISC Village is a private, non-profit corporation that provides a full continuum of services from prevention and intervention to residential treatment and aftercare services for individuals adversely affected by alcohol and other drug abuse, and may be involved in the criminal and/or juvenile justice systems.
Family Health Line is a statewide toll-free hotline funded by the Florida Dept. of Health. The goal of the hotline is to improve the health status of Florida’s pregnant women, infants, and toddlers by: The majority of calls are from pregnant women or their partners. Other calls come from friends and relatives of pregnant women. All calls are confidential and are answered by trained counselors who are available: 8 AM to 11 PM, Mon-Fri and 10:30 AM to 6:30 PM, weekends, closed state holidays