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Frequently Asked Questions About Health and Welfare Agencies
It’s the job of health and welfare agencies to help improve lives through emergency services, safety programs, and vaccines and immunizations. From first aid to child protection services, health and welfare agencies provide a great service to youth and adults alike. Whether run by the state or private, non-profit charity organizations, these agencies allow people to easily apply for assistance for everything from food stamps to adoption. Here are some frequently asked questions you may run into when looking for a health and welfare agency.

What services do you offer for members of my family?
Depending on your family’s needs or your individual needs, there are many services designed to help you out. These services may include benefits, child services, home health care, public safety programs and parent education. Others may include emergency services, corporate business assistance, workplace injury protection, and disease prevention and testing.

How do I apply for assistance?
While applying for assistance in person or over the phone is still an accepted practice, many agencies allow you to sign up on their websites. In fact, some offer payment options for child support through their sites. You can view payment history, make a payment, manage you payments and establish child support obligations – all online.

How do I become eligible for health and welfare benefits?
Some employers allow employees who have worked a certain amount of hours in a trade, for instance, to take advantage of certain health and welfare benefits. Other times, you can seek out services on your own provided you meet certain requirements, such as low income level.

Hca North Florida Division Write review for this local business
101 N Monroe St Ste 801, Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 523-0340  
Community Health Charities Write review for this local business
3333 W Pensacola St Ste 240, Tallahassee, FL 32304
(850) 597-7745  
Gatson County Health Department Write review for this local business
604 E 5th Ave, Havana, FL 32333
(850) 539-6566  
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335 Maple St, Chattahoochee, FL 32324
(850) 663-8868  
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5035 Highway 90, Marianna, FL 32446
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Panhandle Area Health Network Write review for this local business
5035 Highway 90, Marianna, FL 32446
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If you do not know who to turn to if you do not have the means to pay for human services like emergency health care, child protection, job safety, disease prevention and testing, then you might want to contact your state health and welfare agency to see if you qualify for their services. There are many different agencies listed in the online directory, which makes it difficult for some people to determine which ones they should choose. We provide a few questions that you can use to help you decide which health and welfare agency is right for you. First, ask the state agency how long it has offered human services and other aid to parents, children, and individuals who cannot pay for them. If they have been in operation for several years, then they should have agents who are familiar with programs that can help you get the workfare, vaccines, immunization, emergency health care, injury prevention, and other public aid services that you need. Ask them if they have access to a laboratory with the testing equipment that you need to be sure you get the life saving care you need. While most state human services agencies offer free services to those who cannot pay for them, they have to get funding from somewhere. Ask them if they use corporate charity or if they are strictly funded by the state's money. When you find an agent that can give you the emergency services that you need, be sure to write down their contact info.