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Family Resources

Family Resources

CSC Leon does not provide direct services to families. However, we want to ensure families are connected to the best possible resources in our community. We strongly recommend you call 2-1-1 or visit them online at https://211bigbend.org/

Just as you would call 9-1-1 for emergencies, you can call 2-1-1 for human service information and assistance. They are available 24 hours a day 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 services are free.  They help you navigate through the maze of community services in a nonjudgmental manner.  Because life is 24/7, so are they!

2-1-1 Get connected. Get help.

Partner Spotlights

Below are a few selected resources from our partners.

Learn more about this program at https://www.carterscorner.org/24-7-dad/

Learn more about this program at https://firstteetallahassee.org/

Learn more about this program at https://www.omegalamplighters.org/

Learn more about this agency at https://www.bgcbb.org/

Learn more about this agency at https://fightinghunger.org/

Learn more about this agency at https://capitalareahealthystart.org/

Programs Funded by CSC Leon

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend 
Youth Mentoring Program
Available countywide

Boys & Girls Club of the Big Bend 
Youth Mentoring Program
Available in the Fort Braden Community

Carter’s Corner Community Services
24/7 Dads Program
Available countywide

Children’s Home Society of Florida 
Family Resource Center (FRC) Management
Available in Select Neighborhoods

Early Learning Coalition of the Big Bend 
Expanded Eligibility for School Readiness Voucher
Available countywide

First Tee Tallahassee 
Youth Mentoring
Available at Sabal Palm Community Partnership School

Legal Services of North Florida 
Children & Family Legal Services
Available countywide

The Oasis Center for Women & Girls 
After Hours Counseling – Available countywide
Girls Circle – Available in Select Schools

Omega Lamplighters 
Youth Mentoring
Available countywide

Pace Center for Girls 
REACH Program
Available countywide

Rebound & Recovery 
Parent, Child & Teacher Training Program
Available in all Public PreK3 and PreK4 

SG mental Health Counseling 
Family Counseling & Wellness Checks
Available countywide

Other Funded Programs

More than 900 children will receive free summer camp in 2024 from 11 different programs

All children in Leon County, regardless of what neighborhood they live in, should be able to participate in educational and recreational opportunities that help close the learning gap. To qualify for free summer camp tuition, children must be rising Kindergarten through 12th grade and residents of Leon County. Priority will be given to families who live in specific neighborhoods. Slots are available on a first come, first served basis and may require a small registration fee to hold a spot. Families who receive the free summer camps must agree to participate in their chosen camp all summer. See what camps are available by clicking here.

Details about Round 1 Recipients
(October 2023 – March, 2024)

Details about Round 2 Recipients
(January, 2024 – June, 2024)

Details about Round 3 Recipients
(April, 2024 – September, 2024)