RESOURCES FOR PUERTO RICO EVACUEES IN BREVARD
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Early Learning Coalition for Child Care Resource & Referral (321-637-7272), Subsidized Child Care (waiting list may apply) and Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten.
Florida Department of Children & Families Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP; aka “food stamps”) 866-762-2237 www.myflorida.com/accessflorida
Brevard Health AlliancE will provide medical home; patients may self-attest to income for sliding fee scale. Will provide vaccinations once established as patient.
Children’s Medical Services assists children with special medical needs.
Florida Department of Health in Brevard County Evacuees eligible for all normal DOH services.
Immunizations 30 day waiver on immunizations to expedite school registration. The nearest Health Department facility can provide immunizations.
Nursing Homes One Senior Place can assist with free assessments
321-323-7325 or floridahealthfinder.gov/LandingPages/NursingHomeGuide.aspx
Prescriptions Florida pharmacies may provide a 30-day emergency refill. Take your current medication or prescription and insurance information to nearest pharmacy.
WIC recipients can call the WIC office or nearest Health Department.
Brevard Public Schools Pre-Kindergarten- 12th grade, Alternative & Charter Schools, English as a Second Language & Adult Education Programs
Eastern Florida State College is offering in-state tuition rates to students from Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and extending the time for provision of transcripts
CareerSource Brevard offers a variety of job search & training services
Brevard County Legal Aid may be able to assist with insurance issues, lost documents, temporary guardianship issues.
Space Coast Area Transit (SCAT) provides fixed route bus service and wheelchair accessible, curb-to-curb paratransit services