Community Resources Guide

About the Community Resources Guide

While we do update our guide annually, information may change over time. Please contact organizations with questions about their services or availability. Guide is also available as a downloadable document if you need a printable version.

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Location
Resource Type

East Coast Migrant Head Start Project (ECMHS)

We provide free educational services for the children of agricultural workers, from 6 weeks to 5 years old. 

The families that qualify and enroll in our program do not have to pay for any of the services they receive. 

Parenting education, parent training on topics related to child development, nutrition, and health & safety, adult education in financial literacy, computer basics, ESL and more. 

ECMHSP actively recruits and provides services to children who are suspected of having a disability or are diagnosed with having a disability. 

Phone Number
Address

851 East Interstate 65 Service Road South, Suite 506
Mobile, AL 36606
United States

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Enroll Alabama

We offer free assistance in enrolling people in health insurance with the Affordable Care Act through healthcare.gov to see if they are eligible for the assistance. 

Phone Number
Address

4321 Downtowner Loop N.
Mobile, AL 36609
United States

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Epilepsy Foundation Alabama

Provides epilepsy-related information & referral. Can help identify local resources and treatment providers specializing in epilepsy care and treatment. Provides information on agency outreach and education programs.


Phone: 251-341-0170 Local Office or 800-332-1000 24/7 Helpline


 

Phone Number
Address

3100 Lorna Rd., Suite 311
Birmingham, AL 35216
United States

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Epilepsy Treatment Program - USA Health

At USA Health, our neurologists provide a unique level of specialized care to patients with epilepsy by using advanced technology and an interdisciplinary approach. 

We bring together specialists from multiple disciplines to collaborate on individualized epilepsy treatments for each patient. This team includes epileptologists (neurologists specially trained to treat people with epilepsy), neurosurgeons, neuropathologists, and nurses who specialize in epilepsy treatment.


 

Phone Number
Address

1601 Center St.
Mobile, AL 36604
United States

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Family Health, Primary Care with Mobile County Health Department

Since its inception in 1979, Family Health has provided services (adult health, pediatric health, women’s health, dental services) to the uninsured, underinsured, insured, and medically underserved populations of Mobile County. In addition to the general population, the center has also targeted special populations (such as migrant and seasonal workers, refugees, public housing residents, and people living with HIV/AIDS)

Phone Number
Address

251 N. Bayou St.
Mobile, AL 36603
United States

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Family Promise of Coastal Alabama

Mission: to provide temporary shelter, related services and nurturing support to families with children who are experiencing a homelessness crisis.  

Services: We rely on the hospitality of community groups and faith communities to feed and shelter families. We also offer shelter diversion assistance, transitional housing, and post-shelter support. Each family receives intensive client-centered case management.  

families can receive 

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Family Voices

Develop family and youth leaders, particularly those from underserved and underrepresented populations 

Maintain and strengthen Family Voices’ leadership role for children and youth with special health care needs (SHCN) and disabilities through advocacy and partnerships 

Create and support policy positions for children and youth with SHCN and disabilities 

Connect and enhance a vibrant national network of family organizations that reflect the diversity of the population they serve 

Maintain and strengthen organizational structure and capacity

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Family Voices

Develop family and youth leaders, particularly those from underserved and underrepresented populations 

Maintain and strengthen Family Voices’ leadership role for children and youth with special health care needs (SHCN) and disabilities through advocacy and partnerships 

Create and support policy positions for children and youth with SHCN and disabilities 

Connect and enhance a vibrant national network of family organizations that reflect the diversity of the population they serve 

Maintain and strengthen organizational structure and capacity

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Feeding the Gulf Coast

Feeding the Gulf Coast has a network of community partners that are prepared to provide groceries to those in need. Hours of operation may be limited; please call the agency before attending a distribution to see if days or hours may have changed.
 

In addition to our agencies, this feature will also allow you to find Food Distributions and Child Meal Sites.

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FEMA Emergency Hotline

FEMA’s mission is helping people before, during, and after disasters. Over 20,000 agency employees form a team of dedicated emergency management leaders. These leaders work collaboratively to share experiences and resources, building the FEMA the nation needs and deserves. They draw upon the strengths and expertise of stakeholders from all levels of government — tribal nations, territories, individuals, communities, the private sector, and nonprofit organizations — to guide how FEMA accomplishes its mission.

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First Baptist Church of Satsuma

Food Panty: Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 AM to Noon. Must have ID.

Phone Number
Address

5600 Old Highway 43
Satsuma, AL 36572
United States

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First Baptist Church of Tillman's Corner

  • Food Pantry: (including basic hygiene items), clothes, diapers through discipleship, gas vouchers (first come, first served on Tuesdays), and Christmas Store (applications take in October)  
  • Eligibility to receive help is based on a number of factors. Call our office to make sure you qualify. 

Free Hot Meal: open to all every first Friday of the month. From 9:00 A.M. - Noon with limited availability.


 

Phone Number
Address

5660 Three Notch Rd.
Mobile, AL 36619
United States

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First Christian Church - Homeless Ministry

Free Services for the Homeless

  • Showers
  • Hot Meals - Tuesday - Friday
  • Clothing
  • Shoes

 

Phone Number
Address

1419 Government St
Mobile , AL 36604
United States

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Franklin Medical and Dental Express

  • Services provided at this clinic include the following: exams, cleanings, sealants temporary fillings, extractions, partials dentures flippers whitening
  • Also provided at this clinic is Franklin Medical & Dental Express which is by appointment only.
  • The services provided by Franklin include pediatrics, OB/GYN, family medicine, internal medicine, geriatrics, rheumatology, dentistry, optometry, physical therapy, nutrition services, wellness & fitness, social services, substance abuse prevention and
Phone Number
Address

1303 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Ave
Mobile, AL 36603
United States

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Goodwill Gulf Coast

Free services include early childhood resources, GED and English Language Learner classes, and a wide range of help for work training and job search assistance. Medical and disability services are available as well.


The We Share program provides equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, and personal care items, available at no cost, with limited funding from the Alabama Department of Rehab (STAR program). Medical equipment is available for anyone at all our retail stores (ask a cashier, items subject to availability).

Phone Number
Address

2440 Gordon Smith Dr.
Mobile, AL 36617
United States

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Government Street United Methodist Church

Food Pantry: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month 10:00 AM to Noon. 

Phone Number
Address

901 Government St.
Mobile, AL 36604
United States

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Greyhound Bus Station

Lending a hand to travelers in need

We partner with Travelers Aid International to provide discounted bus tickets to travelers who need help completing their journey. Travelers Aid helps all kinds of travelers. This could be a vulnerable young person trying to get home, an elderly person who may have missed their bus, or just someone who’s down on their luck.

Phone Number
Address

2545 Government Blvd
Mobile, AL 36606
United States

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