Are you looking for resources due to the impacts of COVID-19? You will find a list of local resources below. If you would like to share a resource, please contact Brittany at (407) 900-1629 or email@example.com.
Lake County SHIP Rental Assistance Program
Residents can email SHIP@lakecountyfl.gov to receive an application and a secure link for uploading their forms and supporting documents. Residents can also call 352-343-6530, fax 352-742-6505 or come by 2008 Classique Lane in Tavares. https://www.lakecountyfl.gov/departments/community_services/housing_and_community_development/ship_rental_assistance.aspx
United Way of Lake and Sumter Counties
Family Stability Services
United Way of Lake & Sumter Counties is dedicated to helping local families survive the current COVID-19 crisis. In partnership with corporations such as Publix, Seco, Wells Fargo, Community Foundation of South Lake, SunTrust, and Duke Energy, United Way is committed to helping ALICE families and individuals that are experiencing a financial burden resulting in an inability to pay their bills or meet their financial obligations.
2-1-1 Community Resources
Visit 2-1-1 Lake County for a comprehensive, up-to-date list of resources available in response to COVID-19 in our community.
The Empowered NPO
Do you work with a nonprofit looking for resources? The Empowered NPO has compiled a great list of helpful links for nonprofit leaders – visit the site and scroll down to the “Tools” section for details! https://www.cummingscollaborative.com/empowered-npo
Social Distancing and Domestic Violence
Intimate Partner Violence and Child Abuse Considerations During COVID-19
If you are concerned about the effects of the current crisis on those in recovery from any type of addiction, not to mention the increased financial stress many families are undergoing, the information and the non-SAMHSA resource list at the end of this document may be helpful. They are also listed at the bottom of this page.
24-Hour Hotline: Call 352-408-6625
Many people may be feeling an increase in anxiety and stress because of social distancing and uncertainty. Mental healthcare professionals will be available 24-hours a day in order to provide coping skills to those feeling or experiencing symptoms of stress, anxiety, sadness and depression.
This Helpline is a way for individuals experiencing symptoms caused by stress, anxiety or depression due to COVID-19 to speak with a professional without committing to long term therapeutic support. Additional community resources are available. 352-408-6625
Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC)
ATTC offers a session on Addiction Recovery and Intimate Violence. This is a one hour self-paced course and is based on industry awareness about Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). https://healtheknowledge.org/course/view.php?id=18
The National Hispanic and Latino ATTC recorded a webinar this February on the “Intersection of Domestic Violence or Intimate Partner Violence and Addiction” https://attcnetwork.org/centers/national-hispanic-and-latino-attc/product/intersectiondomestic-violence-or-intimate
Substance Abuse Treatment and Domestic Violence
Quick Guide for Clinicians Based on TIP 25 – https://store.samhsa.gov/product/Substance-Abuse-Treatment-andDomestic-Violence/sma15-3583
The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health
This SAMHSA partner recently released “Supporting Survivors’ Access to Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Services During the COVID-19 Emergency” http://www.nationalcenterdvtraumamh.org/2020/03/covid-19-resources-foradvocates/
Other Non-SAMHSA Resources:
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Staying Safe During COVID-19
Phone number: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
The National Network to Eliminate Domestic Violence
Resources on the Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Department of Justice, Office of Women’s Health
Local Resources on Domestic Violence
Prevent Child Abuse America
Coronavirus Resources & Tips for Parents, Children & Others
Stronghearts Native Helpline