Referrals

shaking hands “For he who is not against us is for us.  For whoever gives you a cup of water to drink because of your name as followers of Christ, truly I say to you, he will not lose his
reward.” –- Mark 9:40-41

 

Below you will find various service organizations in Lee, Collier and Hendry Counties.

We trust they will be helpful to you as you minister to the needs of those who you reach in your community.

LEE COUNTY AREA
Please note that the information below is drawn from the United Way website. Please inform us of any experiences you have had in dealing with these agencies that would constitute a positive referral or any caution you would like to offer. We are all in this together! Thank you.

Abuse Counseling and Treatment (ACT)              
Servicing victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and human trafficking by providing a 24-hour hotline, shelter, counseling, education, and advocacy.
(239) 939-2553   www.actabuse.com

AFCAAM
AFCAAM is committed to educating youth by encouraging them to be life-long learners and community builders. These goals are accomplished through Youth Mentoring and After School Reading Programs.
(239) 461-0233   www.afcaam.com

AHF / ICAN
AHF/ICAN provides food, transportation, healthcare, and case management to over 450 individuals throughout SW Florida. Our mission is to “provide cutting edge medicine and advocacy regardless of the ability to pay.”
(239) 337-2391   www.aidshealth.org

Alvin A. Dubin Alzheimer’s Resource Center

Provides information, education and support to individuals with memory impairment and their family caregivers.
(239) 437-3007   www.alzheimersswfl.org

American Red Cross Florida’s Southern Gulf
Assist individuals recovering from disasters, disaster preparedness resources, teach life saving skills like CPR, serve as emergency communication and support to U.S. Military, Veterans and families.
(239) 278-3401   www.redcross.org

Amigos Center
We exist to provide the immigrant community with the tools necessary to successfully assimilate into Southwest Florida.
(239) 437-6727   www.amigoscenter.org

AMIkids Southwest Florida
Provides exceptional services to at risk youth in Lee county in need of behavior modification, substance/mental health services, education and life skills training.
(239) 765-9696   www.amikids.org

Beacon of HOPE
Providing temporary food and financial assistance to residents in the Pine Island area. Also facilitates access to other social services as the United Way House.
(239) 283-5123   www.beaconofhopepineisland.com

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Suncoast
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
(239) 288-4224   www.bbbssun.org

Blessings in a Backpack, Lee County       
Blessings in a Backpack feeds children on weekends. Students to school with a full stomach and an eager mind. Test scores, reading skills, behavior, health and attendance improve.
(239) 690.4653   http://www.blessingsinleeco.org/

Bonita Springs Assistance Office
35 years providing a hand up and not a hand out. Temporary food and financial assistance to residents in Bonita Springs. BSAO facilitates access to other social services at the United Way House Extension.
(239) 992-3034   www.bonitaassistance.org

Bonita Springs Lions Eye Clinic
To provide state-of-the-art, no cost refractive, medical and surgical eye care for the growing number of medically indigent in Southwest Florida.
(239) 498-4947   http://www.bonitalions.org/programs/sight-programs/eye-clinic

Boy Scouts of America, Southwest Florida Council
Seeks to positively impact youth school success, self-sufficiency and character development by providing programs and outdoor experiences that will strongly influence a youth’s ethical decision-making, social and life skills.
(239) 936-8072   www.swflcouncilbsa.org

Boys & Girls Clubs of Lee County For 40 years the BGCLC has provided safe, world-class youth enrichment programs. Our Club experience assures success is within reach of every young person who walks through its doors.
(239) 334-1886  http://bgclc.net/

Café of Life

Our mission is to provide basic human needs to the very poor and hungry people of Bonita Springs, in a manner that preserves the dignity of the client in a respectful environment.
(239) 495-9325   www.cafeoflife.org

Catholic Charities of Lee, Hendry & Glades Counties
Deliver assistance to Human Trafficking Victims, low income home-bound elderly, SNAP applicants . Operate youth development/tutoring programs, teenage mentoring, substance abuse counseling, immigration application assistance, and three food pantries.
(239) 337-4193   www.catholiccharities.org
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Child Care of Southwest Florida
Provides quality early learning preparing children for school success, implements training for child care professionals, and manages the USDA Child Care Food program.
(239) 278-1002   www.ccswfl.org

Children’s Advocacy Center of Southwest Florida
To improve the lives of children and their families through a coordinated response to child abuse and neglect. CAC provides abuse determination services, counseling, parenting education, prevention programs in Lee, Hendry, Glades and Charlotte counties.
(239) 939-2808   www.cac-swfl.org

Children’s Home Society of Florida – Southwest Division
The Division’s programs and services include Healthy Families Lee and Collier, Independent Living (teens in foster care), case management for developmentally disabled persons, mental health counseling for children and adults, Cribs for Kids, a parent education.
(239) 334-0222   www.chsfl.org

Children’s Network of SWFL
Children’s Network of SWFL is the private, nonprofit lead agency that administers the child welfare system in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades Counties
(239) 226-1524   www.childnetswfl.org

Community Cooperative
We work to eliminate hunger and homelessness in Lee County while supporting sustained positive change by delivering innovative food, education and social service programs.
(239) 332-7687   www.ccmileecounty.com

Dr. Piper Center for Social Services
To provide employment and volunteer opportunities to low-income seniors and make a positive impact in the lives of children and the frail elderly in Lee, Collier, Hendry, Charlotte and Sarasota counties.
(239) 332-5346   www.drpipercenter.org

Dress for Success SW Florida
The mission of Dress for Success is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and career development tools to help them thrive in work and in life.
(239) 689-4992   www.dressforsuccess.org/swflorida

Early Learning Coalition of Southwest Florida
ELC of SWFL serves the families of Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee Counties. Our goal is for children ages birth to five have access to high quality early education experiences.
(239) 935-6100   www.elcofswfl.org

Epilepsy Services of Southwest Florida
Provides medical,(neurological) and case management services to uninsured adults with epilepsy, and offers prevention and educational services to individuals, families and the community.
(941) 953-5988   www.epilepsy-services.org

F.I.S.H. of Sanibel-Captiva
The F.I.S.H. Walk-In Center is a designated United Way House that offers a full range of human services to those who live, work or visit the islands. Several Lee County United Way agencies work with F.I.S.H. to collaborate and partner some of our program.
(239) 472-4775 office or (239) 472-0404 24-Hr. http://www.fishofsanibel.com/

Family Health Centers of Southwest Florida
Provision of quality primary and preventive medical, dental and health related education services to the residents of Southwest Florida regardless of their ability to pay.
(239) 332-0417   www.fhcswf.org

Friendship Centers
Primary mission is to support health, dignity and quality of life throughout the journey of aging, with supportive services, activities and volunteerism.
(239) 275-1881   www.friendshipcenters.org

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida
Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida offers the premier leadership development program for girls, building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make their communities and the world a better place.
(800) 232-4475   www.gsgsf.org

Gladiolus Learning And Development Center
Provides educational and developmental child care for children of low income working families.
(239) 481-2100   www.gladkids.net

Good Wheels
To coordinate and provide safe, compassionate, reliable, and cost-effective transportation to the disadvantaged, disabled, those working to gain economic self-sufficiency, and the general public
(239) 768-2900   www.goodwheels.org

Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida
Goodwill Industries of SW Florida is committed to serving people with disabilities and disadvantages by offering life-changing opportunities to achieve independence.
(239) 995-2106   www.goodwillswfl.org

Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida
Distributes more than 16.6 million pounds of food through 150 partner agencies in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades counties.
(239) 334-7007   www.harrychapinfoodbank.org

Healthy Start of Southwest Florida
Provide prenatal care for uninsured pregnant women and in-home-visits for pregnant women and infants from birth to age 3 who are at higher risk.
(239) 425-6920   www.HealthyStartBaby.org

Hope Clubhouse
HOPE Clubhouse is a community resource that fills a significant gap in the opportunities for people living with mental illness in Southwest Florida. HOPE Clubhouse offers opportunities for meaningful work, education, friendships, and access to housing
(239 ) 267-1777 www.hopeclubhouse.org

Hope HealthCare Services
Comforting care for individuals and families living with life-changing illness. Services include care for seriously ill children, home nursing care, Parkinson support, nutrition for seniors, hospice, and bereavement counseling.
(239) 482-4673   www.hopehcs.org

IMPACT For Developmental Education
To provide a multidisciplinary program of Early Intervention services to infants, toddlers and preschool children with developmental disabilities and support services to their families.
(239) 334-6160   www.impactforkids.org

Interfaith Caregivers of South Lee
Emergency source for food, financial assistance, food stamp medical registration, free tax preparation, financial and literacy education, anti-drug abuse programs, free kids summer lunch program.
(239) 267-3510   www.icslee.org

LARC
To promote and provide opportunities for citizens with developmental disabilities to live, work and participate in their own communities to the extent their capabilities allow.
(239) 334-6285   www.LARCLeeCounty.org

Lee County Legal Aid Society
To provide quality direct legal representation for families with minor children living in Lee County when family income is below the federal poverty guideline amount.
(239) 334-6118   www.LeeCountyLegalAid.org

Lehigh Community Services
Provide emergency services to residents of the community while promoting self-sufficiency
(239) 369-5818   www.lehighcommunityservices.com

Lifeline Family Center
Providing hope for women in unplanned pregnancies through counseling, housing, and 2-year educational program. Nonresidential program provides adoption assistance, sex education to schools and youth groups, post-abortion support.
(239) 242-7238   www.lifelinefamilycenter.org

Lighthouse of SWFL
Training and support services, reading, writing, hygiene, orientation and mobility, Braille, painting, computers, vocational rehabilitation, recreation, student transition services and counseling to the visually impaired.
(239) 997-7797   www.lighthouseswfl.org

Literacy Council of the Gulf Coast
Assist adults and children to acquire necessary literacy skills. We offer English language classes, US Citizenship Prep, GED Prep, Moms and Tots® Family Literacy Program.
(239) 676-5202   www.literacygulfcoast.com

Lutheran Services
Targeted community outreach for the prevention of child abuse, neglect and exploitation. Emergency shelter serving runaway homeless youth ages 10-17 years. Residential and non-residential counseling services.
(239) 278-1140   www.lsfnet.org

NAMI Lee County
Provides prompt and accurate information, education and support to individuals, providers, and community members regarding mental health and wellness. NAMI Lee County will advocate at all levels to ensure that all persons affected by mental illnesses are treated fairly, respectfully and in a timely manner.
(239) 337-9024   www.namilee.org

New Horizons of SWFL
Empower at-risk youth to reach their full potential through tutoring, mentoring and faith.
(239) 948-4146   www.newhorizonsofswfl.org

Our Mothers Home of Southwest Florida
Mentored Living Program for teen mothers in foster care and human trafficking where they to live with their children in a safe, nurturing home to end the repetitive cycle of foster care and generational poverty.
(239) 267-4663   www.ourmothershome.com

Pace Center for Girls of Lee County
PACE Center for Girls provides a non-residential program targeting the needs of females 12 to 18 who are identified as dependent, truant, runaway or in need of academic skills. PACE provides girls and young women an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training and advocacy.
(239) 425-2366   www.pacecenter.org

Partners for Breast Cancer Care               
Funds breast health care procedures (screening and diagnostic testing) to low-income, uninsured women and men in Lee County.
(239) 454-8583   www.pfbcc.org

PSEP/Scholars Program, FGCU
The program closes academic achievement gaps for under-represented “at-risk” students in grades 4-12, providing educational enrichment opportunities that encourage students to enroll in post-secondary education.
(239) 590-7909   www.scholarsclub.fgcu.edu.com

Quality Life Center
Provides the environment and programs to help at-risk youth and their families reach their potential through structured afterschool, teen leadership, summer, adult job training and early learning programs.
(239) 334-2797   www.qualitylifecenter.org

SalusCare
SalusCare provides comprehensive inpatient, outpatient and community-based mental health and substance abuse services for children and adults. Fees are affordable and may be adjusted based on patients’ household income.
(239) 275-3222   www.saluscareflorida.org

Social Norming – The School District of Lee County
The school districts mission is “To ensure that each student achieves his/her highest personal potential”. Our vision is “To be a world-class school system.”
(239) 334-1102   www.leeschools.net

Special Equestrians
The mission of Special Equestrians is to enhance the physical, emotional, and cognitive growth of individuals with disabilities through the provision of therapeutic horseback riding classes and equine assisted activities.
(239) 226-1221   www.specialequestrians.net

The Bonita Springs YMCA           
The YMCA is a leading nonprofit organization that is strengthening Southwest Florida communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
(239) 275-9622   www.FortMyersYMCA.org

The Fort Myers YMCA  
The YMCA is a leading nonprofit organization that is strengthening Southwest Florida communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
(239) 275-9622   www.FortMyersYMCA.org

The Heights Center
The Heights Center provides access to education, opportunity, and enrichment in Harlem Heights. Programs help build strong, self-sufficient families and include a free medical clinic and United Way house.
(239) 482-7706   www.heightsfoundation.org

The Salvation Army
Provides food, shelter, health services, counseling, and other physical, social, emotional, psychological and spiritual aid to persons in need.
(239) 278-1551   www.salvationarmy.org

Voices for Kids of Southwest Florida
Supports SW Florida’s abused, neglected and abandoned children: funds the recruitment, training and retention of Guardian ad Litem volunteers and provides financial assistance for the child’s social, health and educational needs.
(239) 533-1435   www.voicesforkids.org

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Not in My City

Not In My City is an organization that puts hope and healing within reach for families in need all over Southwest Florida. In the past two years Not In My City has worked with area churches, non-profits, and local businesses to create a network of support and new services to make sure that families know where to turn for help in times of crisis.
(239) 772-5683   http://www.notinmycity.org

COLLIER COUNTY AREA
Please note that the information below is drawn from the United Way website. Please inform us of any experiences you have had in dealing with these agencies that would constitute a positive referral or any caution you would like to offer. We are all in this together! Thank you.

American Red Cross
Provides relief to victims of disaster. Educates volunteer and the community on how to prepare, prevent and respond to emergency situations.
Phone Number: 239-596-6868   Website: www.colliercountyredcross.org/

Boy Scouts of America, Southwest Florida Council, Inc.
Charter building, leadership development, physical fitness through education based programs. Charted by Congress of the United States.
Phone Number: 239-936-8072 / 800-269-8072     Website: www.swflcouncilbsa.org

Cancer Alliance of Naples
Devoted to improving the quality of life of local individuals and families affected by cancer by providing need-based financial assistance, information resources and links to services and support groups in our community.
Phone Number: 239-643-4673   Website: www.cancerallianceofnaples.com

Care Club of Collier County Inc.
Adult day care program for those suffering from memory disease or disorders.
Phone Number: 239-353-1994    Website: www.colliercareclub.org

Catholic Charities of Collier County
The mission of Catholic Charities is to fight poverty, strengthen families, and build communities.
Phone Number: 239-793-0059    Website: www.catholiccharitiescc.org/
Santa Barbara Blvd. Counseling Services: 239-455-2655
East Naples Family Resource Center: 239-793-0059

Children’s Advocacy Center of Collier County
A cooperative, multi-disciplinary team approach to the identification, intervention and treatment of child abuse and neglect.
Phone Number: 239-263-8383    Website: www.caccollier.org

Children’s Home Society
The oldest and largest statewide, private, not for profit provider of services and families in Florida. Services include foster care, adoption, substance abuse prevention, child care, and more.
Phone Number: 239-334-0222    Website: www.chsfl.org/

Collier Child Care Resources, Inc.
Provides high quality child care services in Collier County.
Phone Number: 239-643-3908    Website: www.collierchildcare.org

Collier County Hunger & Homeless Coalition, Inc.
Supports the planning, delivery, and coordination of high quality services to the hungry, homeless, and those at risk of homelessness.
Phone Number: 239-253-3449    Website: www.collierhomelesscoalition.org/

Friendship Health Center
Provides adults 50+ who meet low income guidelines with health and dental services.
Phone Number: 239-566-7425 Website: www.friendshipcenters.org/Locations/Collier.aspx

Fun Time Early Childhood Academy Inc.
An educational day care center for children of low income working families.
Phone Number: 239-261-8284    Website: www.funtimenaples.com

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast FL
Helps girls develop to their fullest potential.
Phone Number: 239-262-5236 / 800-232-4475     Website: http://www.gsgcf.org/

Grace Place for Children & Families
Grace Place is a non-profit neighborhood center providing after-school, summer, early childhood, literacy, and youth development programs for at-risk children or impoverished families in Golden Gate city.
Phone Number: 239-455-2707    Website: www.graceplacenaples.org/

Greater Marco YMCA
Social and recreational activities to build strong kids and strong families living in Marco Island, Florida.
Phone Number: 239-394-3144    Web Site: www.marcoislandymca.org/

Guadalupe Center
Break the cycle of poverty by providing educational, social, and other support programs and resources.
Phone Number: 239-658-1999    Website: www.guadalupecenter.org

Harry Chapin Food Bank
Feeding the hungry in Collier County.
Phone Number: 239-334-7007    Website: www.harrychapinfoodbank.org

Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida
Provides primary medical and dental care to over 48,000 patients, 33,000 of whom are children.
Phone Number: 239-658-3111    Website: www.collier.org

Immokalee Child Care Center
Subsidized childcare for children of migrant and working parents.
Phone Number: 239-261-1774    Website: www.immokaleechildcarecenter.org/

Legal Aid Service of Collier County
Provides legal assistance in family law, immigration, and landlord/tenant matters for those under federal poverty guidelines.
Phone Number: 239-775-4555    Website: www.legalaid.org/collier/

Lighthouse of Collier
Provides educational programs, youth camps and helpful services to blind or visually-impaired residents of Collier in an effort to promote independence.
Phone Number: 239-430-3934    Website: www.lighthouseofcollier.org

Naples Alliance for Children
Improving the lives of children through public awareness.
Phone Number: 239-649-5260    Website: www.napleschild.org/

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
To improve the quality of life of the 1 in 4 families affected by serious and persistent mental illness through education, support, and advocacy. Provides services to individuals recovering from mental illnesses.
Phone Number: 239-434-6726    Web Site: www.namicollier.org

Naples Equestrian Challenge
Program of therapeutic horseback riding to area children and adults with special needs.
Phone Number: 239-596-2988    Website: www.naplesequestrianchallenge.org/

Neighborhood Health Clinic
Providing health services to uninsured, low income, working adults who do not qualify for government health programs.
Phone Number: 239-261-6600    Website: www.neighborhoodhealthclinic.org/

Parkinson Association of Southwest FL
To promote quality of life for persons with Parkinson Disease and their care partners.
Phone Number: 239-417-3465    Website: www.pasfi.org

Physician Led Access Network (PLAN) of Collier County
Coordinates referrals to local specialty physicians, clinics, hospitals, and healthcare providers for qualified low-income, uninsured adult residents.
Phone Number: 239-776-3016    Website: www.plancc.org

Redlands Christian Migrant Association
Childcare services for migrant farm worker families living in Immokalee.
Phone Number: 239-658-3560    Website: www.rcma.org

Shelter for Abused Women and Children
Provides a safe environment for abuse victims, survivors, and their children.
Phone Number: 239-775-3862    Hotline: 239-775-1101    Website: www.naplesshelter.org/

United Cerebral Palsy of Southwest Florida
Opportunities and programs for developmentally disabled adults in an effort to help them live productive lives witin the family and community.
Phone Number: 239-643-5338
Website: http://www.sunrisegroup.org/tag/united-cerebral-palsy-of-southwest-florida/

Voices for Kids
Ensures abused and neglected children in SW Florida have a court appointed Guardian ad Litem volunteer, financial assistance, and other resources available.
Phone Number: 239-997-5437    Website: www.voicesforkids.org/

Youth Haven
Emergency shelter for abused, abandoned and neglected children.
Phone Number: 239-774-2904    Website: www.youthhaven.net/

HENDRY COUNTY AREA
Please note that the information below is drawn from the United Way website. Please inform us of any experiences you have had in dealing with these agencies that would constitute a positive referral or any caution you would like to offer. We are all in this together! Thank you.

Abuse Counseling and Treatment (ACT)              
Servicing victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and human trafficking by providing a 24-hour hotline, shelter, counseling, education, and advocacy.
(239)939-2553    www.actabuse.com

Agape Home    
Agape Home is a Christ centered program for women with life controlling issues. We are a residential, twelve month, fully supervised program.
863-946-2228     www.agapehome.org

AHF / ICAN        
AHF/ICAN provides food, transportation, healthcare, and case management to over 450 individuals throughout SW Florida. Our mission is to “provide cutting edge medicine and advocacy regardless of the ability to pay.”
(239) 337-2391   www.aidshealth.org

Alvin A. Dubin Alzheimer’s Resource Center     
Provides information, education and support to individuals with memory impairment and their family caregivers.
(239)437-3007    www.alzheimersswfl.org

American Red Cross Florida’s Southern Gulf      
Assist individuals recovering from disasters, disaster preparedness resources, teach life saving skills like CPR, serve as emergency communication and support to U.S. Military, Veterans and families.
(239)278-3401    www.redcross.org

Boy Scouts of America, Southwest Florida Council          
Seeks to positively impact youth school success, self-sufficiency and character development by providing programs and outdoor experiences that will strongly influence a youth’s ethical decision-making, social and life skills.
(239)936-8072    www.swflcouncilbsa.org

Catholic Charities of Lee, Hendry & Glades Counties    
Deliver assistance to Human Trafficking Victims, low income home-bound elderly, SNAP applicants . Operate youth development/tutoring programs, teenage mentoring, substance abuse counseling, immigration application assistance, and three food pantries.
(239)337-4193    www.catholiccharities.org

Child Care of Southwest Florida              
Provides quality early learning preparing children for school success, implements training for child care professionals, and manages the USDA Child Care Food program.
(239)278-1002    www.ccswfl.org

Children’s Advocacy Center of Southwest Florida           
To improve the lives of children and their families through a coordinated response to child abuse and neglect. CAC provides abuse determination services, counseling, parenting education, prevention programs in Lee, Hendry, Glades and Charlotte.
(239)939-2808    www.cac-swfl.org

Children’s Home Society of Florida – Southwest Division           
The Division’s programs and services include Healthy Families Lee and Collier, Independent Living (teens in foster care), case management for developmentally disabled persons, mental health counseling for children and adults, Cribs for Kids, a parent education
239-334-0222     www.chsfl.org

Dr. Piper Center for Social Services        
To provide employment and volunteer opportunities to low-income seniors and make a positive impact in the lives of children and the frail elderly in Lee, Collier, Hendry, Charlotte and Sarasota counties.
(239)332-5346    www.drpipercenter.org

Early Learning Coalition of Southwest Florida   
ELC of SWFL serves the families of Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee Counties. Our goal is for children ages birth to five have access to high quality early education experiences.
239-935-6100     www.elcofswfl.org

Epilepsy Services of Southwest Florida                
Provides medical,(neurological) and case management services to uninsured adults with epilepsy, and offers prevention and educational services to individuals, families and the community.
(941)953-5988    www.epilepsy-services.org

Family Health Centers of Southwest Florida
Provision of quality primary and preventive medical, dental and health related education services to the residents of Southwest Florida regardless of their ability to pay.
239.332.0417      www.fhcswf.org

Good Wheels   
To coordinate and provide safe, compassionate, reliable, and cost-effective transportation to the disadvantaged, disabled, those working to gain economic self-sufficiency, and the general public
(239) 768-2900   www.goodwheels.org

Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida           
Goodwill Industries of SW Florida is committed to serving people with disabilities and disadvantages by offering life-changing opportunities to achieve independence.
(239)995-2106    www.goodwillswfl.org

Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida   (
Distributes more than 16.6 million pounds of food through 150 partner agencies in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades counties.
239)334-7007     www.harrychapinfoodbank.org

Healthy Families                            
To protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, & community efforts. Our Vision: “To be the Healthiest State in the Nation”
www.floridahealth.gov/chdHendry/

Healthy Start of Southwest Florida        
Provide prenatal care for uninsured pregnant women and in-home-visits for pregnant women and infants from birth to age 3 who are at higher risk.
(239)425-6920    www.HealthyStartBaby.org

Hendry Glades Mental Health
As the state’s designated mental health provider for Hendry and Glades Counties, our clinic provides mental health and addiction counseling services and related support services.
(863)983-1423

Hope HealthCare Services         
Comforting care for individuals and families living with life-changing illness. Services include care for seriously ill children, home nursing care, Parkinson support, nutrition for seniors, hospice, and bereavement counseling.
(239) 482-4673   www.hopehcs.org

Lighthouse of SWFL       
Training and support services, reading, writing, hygiene, orientation and mobility, Braille, painting, computers, vocational rehabilitation, recreation, student transition services and counseling to the visually impaired.
(239)997-7797    www.lighthouseswfl.org

Lutheran Services           
Targeted community outreach for the prevention of child abuse, neglect and exploitation. Emergency shelter serving runaway homeless youth ages 10-17 years. Residential and non-residential counseling services.
(239)278-1140    www.lsfnet.org

NAMI Lee County           
Provides prompt and accurate information, education and support to individuals, providers, and community members regarding mental health and wellness. NAMI Lee County will advocate at all levels to ensure that all persons affected by mental illnesses are treated fairly, respectfully and in a timely manner.
(239) 337-9024   www.namilee.org

RCMA  
Provides high quality child development services and education to farmworker and rural low-income families in centers, childcare homes, after school dropout prevention programs and charter schools.
239-658-3560     www.rcma.org

The Salvation Army       
Provides food, shelter, health services, counseling, and other physical, social, emotional, psychological and spiritual aid to persons in need.
(239)278-1551    www.salvationarmy.org

Voices for Kids of Southwest Florida     
Supports SW Florida’s abused, neglected and abandoned children: funds the recruitment, training and retention of Guardian ad Litem volunteers and provides financial assistance for the child’s social, health and educational needs.
239-533-1435     www.voicesforkids.org

 

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