Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare Makes It Easier to Find Local Resources
Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare just launched a new community resources webpage which allows individuals to search for social care based on zip code. Through their partnership with Findhelp, the organization has inserted a search box on their website which allows local residents to find needed resources like food, housing, goods, transit, health, money, care, education, work, and legal support.
Findhelp was built in 2010 to offer an easier way to find social services and to connect to them directly and electronically. Findhelp has since built the largest network of free and reduced-cost programs in every ZIP Code across the United States – this includes federal, state, county, municipal, and local resources in the biggest cities and smallest towns.
We work hard to consistently expand our service line so that the residents of Nassau County have immediate access to what they need,” says Laureen Pagel, CEO at Starting Point. “We can’t do this alone, though. I encourage all nonprofits and social service providers in the area to build a Findhelp profile and consistently update your offerings so that our community has a ‘go-to’ resource when looking for help.”Laureen Pagel, CEO, Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare
This search engine is available to the public immediately. For more information and to start your search, please visit www.spbh.org/community-resources/. Once you enter your zip code, you will be redirected to Findhelp.org. Advanced filtering options are available on the Findehlp.org website.
About Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare
Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, teens and adults in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. The non-profit agency serves more than 3,000 individuals each year and has been serving the region for more than 30 years. Starting Point is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). For more information, please visit www.spbh.org.
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