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Alabama - Baldwin County

 

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EMERGENCY SERVICES

Alabama Marine Police
24-Hour Contact Numbers: Baldwin Co. Enforcement: (251) 968-7576
Website: http://www.outdooralabama.com/contact/

Alabama Poison CTR
Phone: (205) 345-0600

Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office
North Baldwin: (251) 937-0202
South Baldwin: (251) 972-6802
Website: http://www.sheriffofbaldwin.com/

Baldwin County Emergency Communications
Phone: (251) 947-3911
Website: http://www.baldwin911.org/

Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency
Phone: (251) 972-6807 (South Baldwin)
Phone: (251) 937-0317 (North Baldwin)
Phone: (251) 990-4605 (Eastern Shore)
Website: http://www.baldwincountyal.gov

Baldwin County Fire Department

Bay Minette Fire – Rescue (251) 580-1617
Daphne Fire Department (251) 621-2836
Elberta Volunteer Fire Department (251) 986-5805
Loxley Volunteer Fire Department (251) 964-7558
Orange Beach Fire Station 2 (251) 981-6166
Robertsdale Fire Department (251) 947-8941
Spanish Fort Fire Department (251) 626-8876
Rabun Volunteer Fire Department (251) 937-8747

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Hotline: 1- 800- 843-5678
Website: http://www.missingkids.com

US Coast Guard- Hazmat National Response Center
“Anyone witnessing an oil spill, chemical release, or maritime security incident should make a report.”
Phone: 1-800-424-8802 OR 1-202-267-2675
Website: http://www.nrc.uscg.mil/


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GENERAL RESOURCES

2-1-1
Provides resources for health and human services.
Phone: Just dial 2-1-1 or 1-888-421-1266
Website: http://www.211connectsalabama.org

American Red Cross
Foley: (251) 943-3844
Bay Minette: (251) 937-3801
Atmore: (251) 368-3643
Website: http://www.redcross.org/

Baldwin Community Action Agency
“As a community action agency, we have dedicated ourselves to the fight against poverty by working to create an environment that encourages opportunities for everyone.”
Phone: (251) 626-2646
Website: http://www.caaofsa.org/

Bay Area Food Bank, Inc.
“Feeding America member distributing food through charitable organizations in Alabama, Florida and Mississippi Gulf Coast Counties and providing food to children in enrichment programs.”
Main Branch (Theodore, AL): (251) 653-1617
Website: http://www.bayareafoodbank.org/

BRATS (Baldwin Rural Area Transportation Services)
Eastern Shore: (251) 990-4636
Central and South Baldwin County: (215) 972-6817
North Baldwin County: (251) 937-0355
Website: http://baldwincountyal.gov/departments/BRATS

Dept. of Human Resources
Phone: (251) 947-8340
Website: http://www.dhr.state.al.us/counties/county_results.aspx?id=Baldwin

Child Welfare (251) 947-8340
Child Welfare Office Fax (251) 945-2491
Legal Division Fax (251) 945-2492
Main Fax (251) 945-2490
Main Number (251) 945-2400
Toll Free Number (866) 684-1575

Eastern Shore Literacy Council
“The Eastern Shore Literacy Council is dedicated to meeting the needs of adult and older teen populations by offering educational programs that will enable them to function more effectively
in daily life.”
Phone: (251) 990-8300
Website: http://esliteracy.org/

Ecumenical Ministries, Inc.
“Information on food distribution hours and resources offered.”
Fairhope- Phone: (251) 928-3430
Foley- Phone: (251) 943-3445
Website: http://www.baldwinemi.org/

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Disaster Assistance (when eligible) 1-800-621- 3362

Goodwill Easter Seals of the Gulf Coast
Phone: (251) 471-1581
Website: http://www.gesgc.org/

Habitat of Humanity
Phone: (251) 943-7268
Website: http://www.baldwinhabitat.org/

Mobile Catholic Social Services
“They offer food, groceries, and other direct aid services. For example, Catholic Charities is one of the nations leading non-profits for a wide variety of social services and assistance programs, including housing, rent, medications, clothing, and more. However food, meals, and nutritional support is widely available.”
Phone: Bay Minette - (251) 937-7858

North Baldwin Ecumenical Association
“North Baldwin Ecumenical Association offers limited rental assistance to those
that qualify when funds are available. Applicants must meet residency and Income guidelines to be eligible for assistance.”
Phone: (251) 937-8115

North Baldwin Literacy Council
Phone: (251) 937-1112
Website: http://www.northbaldwinliteracycouncil.org/

Prodisee Pantry
“Prodisee Pantry is a non-profit community emergency food and disaster relief organization.”
Phone: (251) 626-1720
Website: http://www.prodiseepantry.org/

Salvation Army- Mobile/Baldwin Command
Services Offered: Disaster Services, Emergency Financial Assistance, Emergency Shelter, Seasonal Services, Worship Services – Church
Phone: (251) 438-1625
Website: http://www.salvationarmyalm.org/coastalalabama/

South West Regional School for the Deaf and Blind
Phone: (251) 221-5454
Website: http://regional.mcs.schoolinsites.com/

State of Alabama Governor’s Office on Disability
Phone: Hotline 1-(800)-205-9986

State of Alabama Independent Living Service (SAIL)
The State of Alabama Independent Living / Homebound Service (SAIL) provides specialized in-home education and counseling, attendant care, training and medical services to Alabamians with severe disabilities.
Phone: (334) 293-7500 or 1 (800) 441-7607
Website: http://www.rehab.alabama.gov/

United Way of Baldwin County
Phone: (251) 943-2110
Website: http://www.unitedway-bc.org/

County Office
The most accurate internet database of county government offices in the United States. Use our website to locate you county assessor, board of elections, chamber of commerce, child support offices, colleges, coroners, courts, and much more, with all relevant details.
Website: http://www.countyoffice.org

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CHILDREN'S sERVICES

Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries
Phone: (251) 639-1022
Website: http://www.alabamachild.org/

Alabama Early Intervention
“Early Intervention provides supports and services for infants and toddlers birth through age 2 (0 to 36 months of age) who have a medical diagnosis that can delay normal development or who have a developmental delay causing the child to not meet developmental milestones.”
Phone: (334) 293-7500 or 1- (800) 441-7607
Website: http://www.rehab.alabama.gov/individuals-and-families/early-intervention

Baldwin County Boys Ranch
Phone: (251) 989-6392
Website: http://www.sheriffsranch.org/baldwin.html

Care House
“For more than 25 years, CARE House, Inc. has provided services and resources for child victims of sexual abuse and severe physical abuse. These services are offered in a home-like environment where children feel safe and comfortable.”
Phone: Bay Minette (251) 937-2055 or Summerdale (251) 989-2555
Website: http://www.bccarehouse.org/

St. Mary’s Home
“Alabama’s oldest child welfare agency, providing a continuum of residential care and community based services for children who have been abused or neglected or who are homeless.”
Phone: (251) 344-7733
Website: http://www.stmaryshomemobile.org

Mary’s Shelter
“Addresses the needs of women experiencing an unwanted or unplanned pregnancy.”
Phone: (251) 986-6200 or toll-free 1-(866)-823-4674
Website: http://www.maryssheltergulfcoast.org/home.html

The Special Education Action Committee
“A nonprofit coalition of parents of children with disabilities, concerned citizens and organizations of parents and professionals serving Alabama's children with disabilities.”
Phone: (334) 478-1208
Website: http://www.iser.com/SEAC-AL.html

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES

Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Phone, Hotline: 1 (800) 650-6522
Website: http://www.acadv.org/

Domestic Violence Hotline
Phone: (251) 947-6008

Lighthouse
“The Lighthouse is committed to providing support, preventing violence and promoting justice for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.”
Phone: (251) 947-6008
Website: http://www.abeacon.org/index.html

Penelope House Family Violence Center
“Provides safety, protection, and support to victims of domestic violence and their
children through the provision of shelter, court advocacy, school based prevention
education, transitional housing, and individual and community education.”
Phone: (251) 342-2809
24 Hour Crisis Line: (251) 342-8994
Website: http://www.penelopehouse.org/

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HEALTH SERVICES

Alabama Free Clinic
Phone: (251) 937-8096
Website: http://www.alabamafreeclinic.org

Amedisys Hospice
Mobile Phone: (251) 380-0492
Foley: (251) 971-1436
Website: http://www.amedisys.com/

Aseracare Hospice
Phone (251) 943-6094 or 1-(866)-411-0539
Website: http://www.aseracare.com/home.aspx?showpage=true

South Baldwin Family Health Center
Phone: (251) 947-1083
Website: http://www.franklinprimary.org/sbfhc.html

Baldwin County Health Department
Website: http://www.adph.org/baldwin
Environmental and Vital Statistics
Phone: (251) 947-3618
Health Clinic
Phone: (251) 947-1910
Environmental and Health Clinic
Phone: (251) 937-6935

Baldwin County Health Department Cont.
WIC Clinic (South Baldwin Location)
Phone: (251) 943-7260
WIC Clinic (Robertsdale Location)
Phone: (251) 946-8040

Clinica de Baldwin
Phone: (251) 947-1083

Community Hospice of Baldwin County
North Baldwin: (251) 937-7330
South Baldwin: (251) 943-5015
Website: http://www.comhospice.com/

Covenant Hospice
Phone: (251) 626-5255
Website: http://www.covenanthospice.org/areas-we-serve-Daphne

Community Service Program Help with Health Issues:

A.I.D.S / HIV Hotlines 1-800-228-0469 (Alabama)
Alabama Medicaid Agency 334-242-5000 or 1-800-362-1504
Alzheimer's Association 1-800-272-3900
American Cancer Society (251) 621-7996 or 1-800-227-2345
American Diabetes Association 1-800-342-2383
American Heart Association (251) 461-4000
American Lung Association 1-800-548-8252
Arthritis Foundation 1-800-879-7896 or 1-800-283-7800
Community AIDS Resources, Education & Support (251) 471-5277
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (251) 436-0013 or 1-800-344-4823
Easter Seals 471-1581 or 1-800-411-0068 or 1-800-221-6827
Epilepsy Foundation 341-0170 or 1-800-626-1582 or 1-800-332-1000
Healthy Beginnings 1-888-942-4673 or 1-888-WIC-HOPE
March of Dimes (birth defects) (251) 438-1360 or 205-824-0103
Medicare C+ 1-800-292-8855
Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation 1-877-END-MESO
Mesothelioma Center 1-800-615-2270
Mesothelioma Guide 1-888-572-9011
Mesothelioma Specialists 1-800-210-7617
Mobile AIDS Support Services (251) 471-5277
Mobile Association for the Blind (251) 473-3585 or 1-877-295-5463
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation 1-888-MSFOCUS
Muscular Dystrophy Association 334-396-4534 or 1-800-572-1717
National Cancer Institute 1-800-4-CANCER
National Kidney Foundation 1-800-622-9010 or 1-800-633-2339
Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy (prescription assistance) (251) 432-4111
Partnership for Prescription Assistance 1-888-477-2669
Prostate Cancer Education & Support (USToo!) 1-800-808-7866
Sickle Cell Center (Univ. of South Ala.) (251) 470-5890
Stuttering Foundation of America (Espanol) 1-800-992-9392
United Cerebral Palsy (251) 479-4900
Zero-The Project to End Prostate Cancer 888-245-9455

Franklin Memorial Clinic
Phone (251) 432-4117
Website: http://www.franklinprimary.org/

North Baldwin Infirmary
Phone: (251) 937-5521
Website: http://www.infirmaryhealth.org

Southern Care Hospice
Phone: (251) 621-2844
Website: http://www.southerncarehospice.com

South Baldwin Regional Medical Center
Phone: (251) 949-3400
Website: http://www.southbaldwinrmc.com/

Thomas Hospital Health & Fitness
Phone: (251) 928-2375
Website: https://www.infirmaryhealth.org/hospitals/thomas-hospital

V.A. Outpatient Clinic
Mobile: (251) 219-3900
Pensacola: (850) 912-2000

Women’s Care Medical Center
“Women's Care Medical Center was founded in 1990, offering a safe, compassionate, and non-judgemental place for women and men who are making decisions about unintended pregnancies.”
Phone: (251) 947-2111
Website: http://www.womenscaremedicalcenter.org/

Rheumatoid Arthritis
“The Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Network (RASN) is dedicated to providing up-to-date information and resources for rheumatoid arthritis patients. Our goal is simple. We want RA patients to know their options and fully understand their diagnosis. You can take steps, right now, to improve symptoms and your quality of life.”
Phone: 1(800) 405-4043
Website: https://www.rheumatoidarthritis.org/

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MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

Alabama Department of Mental Health
Baldwin County:
Mental Illness Services: (251) 928-2871
Intellectual Disability Services: (251) 947-5608
Substance Use Disorder: (251) 928-2871

Baldwin County Addiction Resources:

Alcoholics Anonymous (251) 479-9994 or (800) 477-1104
Narcotics Anonymous (818) 773-9999
Baldwin County Mental Health Center (800) 558-8295 or (251) 928-2871
Bradford Health Services (251) 478-1000
Cocaine Anonymous (251) 478-1000
Drug Education Council (251) 433-5456
Focus on Recovery Helpline (800) 888-9383 or (800) 234-0286
Gateway Drug Treatment Center (251) 666-2569
Home of Grace for Women, Mobile (251) 456-7807
Home of Grace for Women, Baldwin County (251) 946-3355
Mission of Hope for Men (251) 649-0830
Rapport Center (BC Mental Health) (251) 990-4234
Residential Treatment Centers (800) 762-3790
Salvation Army Dauphin Way Lodge (251) 438-4729
The Shoulder (Fairhope) (251) 626-2199
VA Outpatient Center (251) 690-3875

AltaPointe Health Systems- East Pointe Hospital
East Pointe Hospital is a free-standing adult psychiatric hospital. We care for adults 19 years of age or older who are in psychiatric crisis and require 24-hour support and supervision. We offer evaluation and treatment to individuals who may be at risk to themselves or others or who may be unable to care for themselves because of their psychiatric symptoms.
CarePointe: (251) 450-2211
Website: http://www.altapointe.org or http://altapointe.org/eastpointe-hospital/

AltaPointe Health System Programs:

Children’s Services:
Phone: (251) 990-4194
Website: http://altapointe.org/services/childrens-day-treatment-baldwin-county/

Case Management Services
For patients with severe and persistent mental illness requiring a variety of services within the AltaPointe system and externally from various community resources

Children’s Day Treatment – Baldwin County
For children and teens whose behavioral and emotional problems hinder their normal development in school and at home.

In-Home Family Intervention Program
For children in significant emotion distress and at risk for out-of-home placement due to the severity of their situation

Project Achieve
For children ages 10 to 17 who have been diagnosed with mental illness and intellectual disability

Reaching & Encouraging Active Parenting – REAP
AltaPointe’s program for educating parents

School-Based Therapy
AltaPointe offers school-based therapy services in some area public schools as well as a summer day treatment program on the BayPointe Children’s Hospital campus.

Therapy & Psychiatric Services
For children ages 4 to 18 exhibiting one or more of a broad range of mental health deficiencies

Adult Services:
Website: http://altapointe.org/altapointe-services/adult-out-patient-services/

Assertive Community Treatment – ACT
For patients with severe mental illness and other significant impairments which prevent typical outpatient treatment.

Bridge Team
For patients needing short-term intensive treatment after discharge from a psychiatric hospital and for patients at risk for hospitalization or who have left a supervised setting against advice.

Case Management
For patients with severe and persistent mental illness requiring a variety of services within the AltaPointe system and from various community resources.

Developmental Disability Case Management
For mentally ill individuals who are developmentally disabled as defined by the Alabama Department of Mental Health.

Homeless Housing Programs
For severely mentally ill homeless individuals who desire housing and need AltaPointe and community support services.

Intensive Day Treatment
For patients newly diagnosed with mental illness who need therapy, mental illness education, skills development and connection to community resources.

Jail Diversion
For patients with a severe mental illness who have recently been incarcerated on a misdemeanor criminal charge.

Rehabilitative Day Program
For stable patients focused on achieving personal recovery goals.
Supported Employment
For stable, compliant patients who desire to gain and retain employment.

Supported Housing
For patients with basic life skills and can live independently with ongoing support.

Baldwin Substance Abuse Services
Lists resources for substance abuse services and mental health services with phone numbers.
Phone: (251) 937-1530 or 1 (877) 866-1530
Website: http://www.baldwinsubstanceabuseservices.org/#!

Rehabs.com
“Rehabs.com was founded in 2011 with two goals in mind: to provide information for those suffering with substance abuse and behavioral addictions - either personally or through loved ones - and to connect those people with the treatment programs that can help them.”
Phone: 1(888) 823-3169
Website: http://www.rehabs.com/guides/substance-abuse-and-anxiety-disorders

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