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Mental Health + Crisis Resources

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211 - United Way

United Way’s 211 is the most comprehensive source of human and social services information in the country. Our teams of compassionate, highly trained specialists are available 24/7 to connect you with the best services available in Polk, Hardee and Highlands counties. United Way’s 211 provides information about:

-supplemental food & nutrition programs
-clothing, shelter & housing options
-financial assistance
-emergency information & natural disaster relief
-health care services
-child, adolescent & adult mental health services
-addiction prevention & rehabilitation programs
-support groups for individuals with mental illnesses & special needs
-a safe, confidential path out of physical or emotional domestic abuse
-adult, child, family & elder services
-services for individuals with disabilities

Community Resources | Financial Stability | Food Banks + Food Resources | Free Tax Prep | Housing Assistance | Mental Health + Crisis Resources | Volunteer Opportunities Available | Youth Services
George Harris Jr. Runaway & Youth Crisis Center

Runaway, Homeless and Youth Crisis Shelters are there for children who often need an emergency œSafe Place.
Are runaway or homeless
Are œlocked out or œkicked out of their home by parents or guardians
Need short-term respite or crisis placement due to family conflict
Need emergency shelter placement due to abuse and/or neglect
Need emergency placement due to foster home placement disruption

Donations needed include clothes, shoes, school supplies, toiletries, games, sports equipment, etc. for ages 10 – 17.

1060 U.S. 17, Bartow, Florida 33830
Donation Locations | Mental Health + Crisis Resources | Volunteer Opportunities Available | Youth Services
Peace River Center

Peace River Center provides an array of mental and behavioral health services as well as domestic violence shelters, and a Rape Recovery and Resource Center.

24-hour Crisis Line: (863) 519-3744
Lakeland 24-hour Domestic Violence Line: (863) 413-2700

Services include: Mental health, victim services, substance abuse treatment, crisis services, club success, and more.

Domestic Violence | Donation Locations | Mental Health + Crisis Resources | Mental Health Counseling - Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Therapists | Volunteer Opportunities Available | Youth Services
Talbot House

Talbot House provides help to the homeless and hungry of Polk County through food, shelter, medical and dental care.

814 North Kentucky Avenue, Lakeland, Florida 33801
Food Banks + Food Resources | Mental Health + Crisis Resources | Volunteer Opportunities Available
Women's Resource Center

Women’s Resource Center of Florida helps women and their families during times of crisis and transition. Services include domestic violence support, crisis intervention, financial fitness classes, interview skills, interview clothing, computer skills, job training, and more.

Donations welcome – diapers and pull-ups, formula, baby wipes, baby shampoo, teething gel, soap, deodorant, bath products, feminine products, toiletries, toothbrush and toothpaste, non-perishable food.

Volunteer opportunities are available – visit the website for details.

165 Avenue A Northwest, Winter Haven, Florida 33881
Domestic Violence | Donation Locations | Mental Health + Crisis Resources | Mental Health Counseling - Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Therapists | Supplies + Financial Aid | Volunteer Opportunities Available