Resources

  • Community Resources

    If there is a resource you need and it is not on this page, please private message me on Class Dojo.  I am here to help.

     

    Here are some community resources to help with this unusual time

     

    Grab & Go Meal Service

    Grab and Go Meals are available at College Park Elementary from 10:00 - 11:00 Monday through Friday.  You don't have to get out of the car, you simply drive through and our wonderful staff will hand them to you.  If CPE is not convient, click the link below to find a closer site.

     

    Click Here for Updated Delivery Sites

    If you need help with meals for your children please click the link above.  There are now 140 delivery sites.  Also, Children no longer must be present to be served; however, parents/family members must present appropriate legal identification to pick up those meals on their children’s behalf.  Families can call 211 or text “FoodFL” to 877-7877 for their nearest serving location.  This program serves ALL children 18 and under regardless of whether they walk or ride a bicycle, bus or car to school and continues Monday-Friday until classes resume. 

     

    Direct Links and Contacts to Community Mental Health Partners:

    Crisis Text Line - Text HOME to 741741

    Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-784-2433 (1-800-SUICIDE) or 1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK)

    Domestic Violence Hotline - 352.622.8495 - TTD 352.622.8495

    Marion County Counseling Services Availabilities

    The Centers Telehealth Services

    The Centers, Inc., School-Based Counseling Services

    Student Counseling Services remain available to students; however, we have expanded telehealth services and are

    shifting to virtual options for care as an alternative to in-school visits.

    The Centers, Inc., Mobile Response Team (MRT)

    The Mobile Response Team (MRT) provides professional, same-day intervention for individuals who are experiencing mental health crises.

    The team visits clients and their families to prevent acute psychiatric crises from becoming emergencies that require law enforcement involvement or i

    nvoluntary hospitalization.  Mobile Response Team hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (352) 402-2890.

    Crisis Teams are available for children, youth and adults, regardless of their ability to pay.