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Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Phone: 863-686-7153

Catholic Charities provides services such as rent/utilites assitance and food pantries for both familes and individuals in need.

Central Florida Healthcare
Phone: 863-449-0688

Central Florida Health Care is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and provides health care services on a sliding scale for a nominal fee.  Nominal fee is based on income and family size.  Visit www.cfhconline.org for more information.

Florida Department of Children and Families
Phone: 863-578-1735
Circuit 10
1055 US Hwy 17
Bartow, FL 33830
The Department provides services in the following program areas: Abuse Hotline, Adoption, Adult Services for elderly and disabled, Child Abuse Prevention, Child Care, Developmental Disabilities, Domestic Violence, Foster Care, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Food Stamps, Medicaid, Financial Assistance
Florida Department of Motor Vehicles
Phone: 863-499-2323
3249 Lakeland Hills Blvd.
Lakeland, FL  33805
Issues Florida State Driver licenses, administers driving tests, and State Identification cards. Hours: Monday –
Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. A certified birth certificate, U.S. passport, or Social Security card or SSA printout is required, along with proof of local address, for State ID cards.
Help of Ft Meade
Phone: 863-285-6600

The mission of Help of Ft. Meade, Inc. is to assist those in need.  "Helping members of our community during a time of crisis or emergency while treating all with dignity and respect.  Our goal is to reduce suffering and promote self-sufficiency."

Lake Wales Care Center
Phone: 863-676-6678
Ministry providing holistic approach by meeting physical, emotional, relational and spiritual needs of Lake Wales area resident. Provides Emergency Services/Basic Needs, Transitional Housing, Meals-on-Wheels, Home Repair, Community Youth & After-School programs, Elderly Care Home Visits, Holiday Assistance, Stay-at-Home Work Camp, Food Cooperative (SHARE) and operates a Surplus Thrift Store.  Seves those in need who reside in the Lake Wales, Indian Lake Estates, Dundee, Babson Park, and Waverly areas.
Lakeland Public Library
Phone: 863-834-4280
100 Lake Morton Drive
Lakeland, FL  33801
Provides public library services including books, magazines, CDs, tapes, computer services (Internet access, word processing, etc.), and photocopier service to residents of Polk County. To obtain a library card, individuals must provide proper identification (Lakeland Electric bill, Florida driver’s license, voter registration card) that includes name and address.
Hours: Monday thru Thursday 9:00am – 9:00pm, Friday and Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm, Sunday 1:30pm – 5:00pm,  Closed Holidays
Lighthouse Ministries Inc
Phone: 863-687-4076
215 East Magnolia Street
Lakeland, FL  33801
Offers many different programs to those in need.  Please call or view the website for more information.
Mail and Phone Services
Personal mail may be addressed c/o:
Salvation Army
830 North Massachusetts Avenue
Lakeland, FL. 33801
Talbot House Ministries
814 North Kentucky Avenue
Lakeland, FL. 33801
Lighthouse Ministries
117 East Magnolia Street
Lakeland, FL. 33801
Generally, unclaimed mail will be returned within 5 business days of receipt. Photo identification is required for
Pay phones are located in the lobby of Salvation Army Center of Hope,  Lighthouse Ministries, and dining room at the Talbot House Ministries.
Free local phone calls may be made between 8:00am – 4:00pm, Monday thru Friday at the Talbot House Ministries. Inquire at Front Desk, Main Entrance for details.
Free local employment related calls may also be made at Polk Works One Stop, 503 N. Ingraham.
Polk County School Board - HEARTH
Phone: 863-534-0801

"The HEARTH Project and Polk County Public Schools are dedicated to assisting homeless and in-transition families and children by eliminating barriers to school enrollment, attendance, stability, and overall academic success. We work to ensure that children experiencing homelessness have the same opportunities for educational success as housed students in Polk County."

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