Community Resources

  • Project Heart
    Project HEART assists students who lack a fixed, adequate, and stable night time residence such as students living in the following situations:

    • Run away and domestic family shelters
    • Motel and hotel
    • Double up with other people due to loss of housing or economic hardship
    • In a car, park, abandoned buildings, or bus station.


    Family Resources

    When parents and teens don’t see eye-to-eye, small issues become big problems. Family Resources offers individual and family counseling that provides a clear path to resolution. Family crisis intervention addresses the issues that led to the crisis (including regularly missing school, running away from home, and displaying unmanageable behaviors) and then assesses the likelihood of future problems.

    Family and individual counseling offers a safe refuge for parents and kids. Trained, dedicated, and available staff will help you overcome your difficulties. As soon as possible, a counselor is assigned to your family who is ready to identify solutions that will begin the healing process.


    As one of the nation’s largest providers of community-based behavioral health services, Centerstone serves more than 170,000 individuals and families in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee each year. Centerstone has a program to help you — whether you need help with marital counseling, a child’s behavioral issues, depression, addiction, the effects of abuse or other emotional and behavioral issues.


    Mental Health Services Directory


    Take Stock in Children
    Take Stock in Children (TSIC) is a powerful and proven life-changing program that provides hope and the promise of a better future for Florida’s students. It is designed to impact the major elements of a young child’s life: family, school and community, beginning as early as the sixth grade.