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Women and Children Services

  • Center for Drug Free Living  407-846-5285
  • Childbirth Education  (free) 321-287-4833
  • Children’s Home Society  407-846-5220
  • Child Support Enforcement  407-943-7923
  • COPE (teen parents)  407-932-1911
  • Council on Aging  407-846-8532
  • 4-C Head Start  407-846-5311
  • Family Health Line 1-800-451-2229
  • Family Resource Center  407-846-5311
  • Good Will  407-847-0696
  • Help Now 407-847-8562 (domestic violence resource)
  • Healthy Start  407-343-2100
  • JMJ Life Center  407-891-6969
  • March of Dimes  407-599-5077
  • Medicaid Office  407-317-7851
  • MomCare  407-892-1714
  • Osceola County Children’s Home  407-498-7013
  • Park Place Behavioral Center  407-846-0023
  • Poinciana Health Dept  407-943-8600
  • Safe Kids  407-742-6711
  • WIC 407-343-2085 (women, infants and children)

Community Services

    • Adult Learning Center (GED)  407-518-8140
    • American Red Cross  407-894-4141
    • CPR and First Aid (TECO)  407-344-5080
    • Destiny Community Assistance  407-849-0079
    • Habitat for Humanity  407-648-4567
    • Housing Division  407-343-3115
    • Health Department (Kissimmee)  407-343-2000
    • Health Department (St.Cloud)  407-892-2973
    • Library of Osceola County  407-742-8888
    • LYNX (Transportation)  407-841-5969
    • Osceola County School District  407-870-4911
    • Salvation Army  407-518-9111
    • Salvation Army Shelter  407-423-8581
    • Senior Helpline  407-849-2356
    • Transition House  407-846-0068
    • United Way  407-835-0900
    • Valencia Community College  407-847-9496
    • Women’s Residence 407-425-2502

Hurricane Preparedness Information for Pregnant Women & Their Families ​

Access the latest hurricane information for Osceola County here: https://www.osceola.org/agencies-departments/emergency-management

For information on local services call 2-1-1

Get more information: Hurricane Tips for Pregnant Women

For Healthy Start clients, services are currently suspended and will resume when the emergency has passed for Osceola County. For emergency situations, dial 9-1-1