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Central Florida Parent Center

Central FL Parent Center (CFPC) is the Parent Training & Information Center (PTI) for 30 counties in central and northeast Florida.

Services: Advocacy, Disability Related Parenting Programs

1021 Delaware Ave

Palm Harbor, FL 34683

(727) 789-2400

Charlotte County Tax Collector & Dept of Motor Vehicle

The Tax Collector collects/issues: property taxes, personal property taxes, tourist development taxes, vehicle registration renewals, title transfers, parking permits, hunting and fishing licenses, driver's licenses, business tax receipts and concealed weapons permits.

Services: Business Tax Information, Concealed Weapons Permits, Disability Parking Permits, Driver Licenses, Driver License Testing Sites, Fishing Licenses, Government Information Services, Hunting Licenses, Identification Devices, Local Tax Collection Agencies, Parking Permits, Property Tax Information

18500 Murdock Circle

Administration Bldg, Room 136

Pt Charlotte, FL 33948

(941) 743-1350

Florida Department of Children and Families

DCF administers the SNAP/Food Stamps, Medicaid (including Medicare Savings Plans and Waiver services) and TANF/Temporary Aid to Needy Families public assistance programs.

Services: Abuse Counseling, Adoptive Family Recruitment, Adult Protective Services, Child Abuse Hotlines, Child Care Provider Licensing, Child Care Provider Training, Children's Protective Services, Disaster Food Stamps, EBT Card Services, Elder/Dependent Adult Abuse Reporting, Emergency Related Eviction/Foreclosure Moratoriums, Food Stamps/SNAP, Foster Home Licensing, Foster Home Placement, Government Information Services, Human Trafficking Shelters, Medicaid, Medicare Savings Programs, Pre-Employment Background Checks, State Medicaid Waiver Programs

2295 Victoria Ave

Fort Myers, FL 33901

(239) 332-2822

Easter Seals Southwest Florida

Easter Seals provides services to children, youth and adults with disabilities or other special needs; along with providing support to their families.

Services: Condition Specific Treatment, Disease/Disability Information

350 Braden Ave

Sarasota, FL 34243

(941) 355-7637

Florida Rural Legal Services

FRLS provides free civil legal assistance to indigents, low-income, elderly persons, and migrant farm workers; includes elder law, employment, housing, benefits, and family law.

Services: Legal Assistance Modalities, Legal Counseling

514 E Grace St, Ste 128 & 130

Grace Street Annex

Punta Gorda, FL 33950

(888) 582-3410

Grove City Manor

Grove City Manor is an affordable housing apartment community for persons 62 years of age and older and disabled persons.

Services: Low Income/Subsidized Private Rental Housing

6433 Gasparilla Pines Blvd

Englewood, FL 34224

(941) 697-4677

Loveland Center

Loveland Center's programs equip individuals with disabilities with tools that will improve decision-making, self-sufficiency, self-advocacy, and interaction with the community.

Services: Adult Day Programs, Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs, Special Needs Job Development, Vocational Rehabilitation

157 S Havana Rd

Venice, FL 34292

(941) 493-0016

Meals on Wheels of Charlotte County

Meals on Wheels offers home-delivered meals for seniors and the disabled who are homebound and cannot prepare their meals; and/or who are home from the hospital, surgeries and rehab facilities.

Services: Clothing Donation Programs, Home Delivered Meals, Household Goods Donation Programs, Thrift Shops

3082 Tamiami Trail

Port Charlotte, FL 33952

(941) 625-4343

National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information Service

The NCI provides current cancer information online and by telephone (one-on-one), email or live help online chat.

Services: Disease/Disability Information, Federal Government Agencies/Departments, Governmental Contracts/Grants Offices, Health Education, Medical and Health Sciences Research

(800) 422-6237

Scleroderma Foundation, National Office

The foundation offers scleroderma patients and families services through support programs, peer counseling and education.

Services: Disease/Disability Information, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Specialized Information and Referral

300 Rosewood Dr, Ste 105

Danvers, MA 01923

(978) 463-5843

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