Below you will find local resources here in Tallahassee, FL, that offer additional resources and support.
2-1-1 of the Big Bend is a 24/7 hotline for human service information and assistance. Providers are available to listen and provide emotional support, crisis counseling, suicide prevention, and information & referrals. You do not have to be in crisis to call, there is no eligibility criteria, and their services are free.
Disc Village is a private, non-profit corporation that provides high-quality, innovative substance abuse and mental health treatment and therapeutic services for Tallahassee and the surrounding communities. DISC Village operates as a multi-site community based child welfare, criminal justice, diversion, and substance abuse/mental health treatment center.
A non-profit community counseling service accredited through CARF and licensed through DCF for children, adolescents, young adults, and families to help them overcome issues related to mental health, substance abuse, victimization, and behavioral adjustment. Turn About accepts Capital Health Plan insurance and private pay based on a sliding scale.
CCYS provides guidance, shelter, and support to youth and families in the Big Bend area by working to understand their needs and develop a plan to best service them. Committed to serving families, and strive to work with youth and families to help get things back on track. 24/7 Crisis Hotline: (850) 576-6000
Brehon Family Services has welcomed more than 500 homeless, pregnant women and children to Brehon House where they can complete their education, receive job training, and learn to care for themselves and their children. All of Brehon’s services are voluntary and are provided at no cost to the families. Presently, four counties are being served: Leon, Gadsden, Madison and Taylor.
Capital Tea hosts monthly transgender support group meetings, provides information and referrals, engages in advocacy, conducts trainings, & hosts events to elevate LGBTQ+ visibility.
The CCFT provides high quality counseling services to the university and surrounding community. The therapists at the CCFT have master’s degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy or related fields and are trained doctoral students in the Ph.D. Marriage and Family Therapy Program. The fees for services are established based upon a sliding scale to allow access to quality treatment.
FSU's Children's Learning clinic provides compassionate, evidence based evaluation and treatment for children and families in the context of a research study.
The Adult Learning Evaluation Center (ALEC) provides psychoeducational evaluations for college students and other adults who may be experiencing scholastic difficulties due to a learning disability, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and/or other mental health difficulties (e.g., depression, anxiety, bipolar, autism, etc.) that may negatively affect one’s academic performance. ALEC also provides ADHD coaching services to assist students in achieving their goals by developing skills and strategies to compensate for areas of functioning affected by ADHD or poorly developed study skills.
The Psychology Clinic is a mental health service, training, and research center operated by the Department of Psychology at Florida State University. Services are provided by doctoral level student therapists in the Clinical Psychology PhD program under the close supervision of faculty members. Providers are dedicated to providing empirically supported treatment and assessment services to Tallahassee and surrounding communities.