Contact Information

COVID-19 Hotline 

Please Call: (386) 317-8183

Telehealth
Call (888) 587-0335
WHO: Any person 3 years or older. All diagnoses currently accepted during COVID-19 crisis!
WHAT: Individual and family mental health or substance use therapy provided via internet using a smart phone, tablet or computer. Telephone service will be provided if no internet available.
WHEN: Out staff is available at times that are most convenient, including evenings and weekends.
HOW: Private, secure, convenient and flexible videoconferencing on a computer, tablet or smartphone. Teletherapy session occur through Zoon, a HIPAA compliant teleconferencing service where an appointment link is sent to the client from the clinician for the agreed upon sessions commences.
Accepting all Medicaid plans

Finding Emergency Childcare Solutions

  • Opportunities Exchange invites you to a webinar on a new, promising approach to quickly identifying available child care for frontline workers due to COVID-19.
  • Currently responding to local, regional, and state requests for addressing this critical information through emergency orders.

When: Mar 25, 2020 1ET/12CT/11MT/10PT
Click Here To Register in advance for this webinar
When: Mar 26, 2020 11ET/10CT/9MT/8PT
Click Here To Register in advance for this webinar

Hotlines

  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
    (800) 232-4636
  • Florida Department of Health 24/7 COVID-19 Call Center
    (866) 779-6121
  • For any price gouging reporting
    Call: (866) 966-7226 or
    Visit: MyFloridaLegal.com
  • Emergency Bridge Loan Program, Contact Florida Small Business Development Center Network
    (866) 737-7232

COVID-19 Webinar
Isolation and Quarantine: Lessons Learned from Seattle & King County

Listen to the national webinar to learn how Seattle & King County are responding to COVID-19, including what they are doing to establish isolation and quarantine (I/Q) beds and address transportation needs across their homelessness services system.
www.usich.gov/covid-19

Center for Child Counseling

  • Steps have been taken toward offering telehealth and technology-based services.
  • Implores caregivers to seek help immediately if behavior has already harmed a child or if they find themselves unable to cope or have out-of-control feelings due to stress.
  • Regular updates about service availability and ways to help can be found on Center for Child.
  • Counseling’s website and social media pages, including managing your child’s Coronavirus fears.

Children’s Trust Alliance
Online protective factors course, links to join the Birth Parent National Network and tons of shareable resources for parents and systems.
Visit at, https://ctfalliance.org/