Assistance Programs

Access Florida

The church can have a vital role in training and equipping families to be strong in the Lord. As families spend time together in the Word and prayer, as well as celebrating milestones in their family, they will become healthy families and lights in their community, contributing to a stronger church.

Assistance Programs

The Food Assistance Program helps individuals and families purchase nutritional foods needed to maintain and promote good health. The Temporary Cash Assistance program provides financial assistance to pregnant women in their third trimester and families with dependent children to assist in the payment of rent, utilities and other household expenses. The Medicaid Program provides medical assistance to individuals and families to cover or assist in the cost of services that are medically necessary.

Applying For Assistance

You may apply for assistance from any computer with an internet connection at or at one of our community partner sites. You may also complete a paper application that can be mailed, faxed or returned to an ACCESS Florida Customer Service Center. To download the application please visit our forms page.

Community Partner Network

Did you know that there are local agencies in your neighborhood that are a part of our community partner network? Community partners work with the ACCESS program by providing a variety of services to individuals seeking or receiving assistance. Click here to find a community partner near you.

Important Links:

Abuse Hotline


Adult Protective Services

Child Care

Domestic Violence

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DISCLAIMER: All this content is here for informational purposes only, the Southpoint Seventh-day Adventist Church is not in any type of partnership with FDCM or its subsidiaries. Any link located in this page will direct you to an external website where you may continue to find more information. The Southpoint Seventh-day Adventist Church does not have an officially elected department or staff to provide official answers regarding anything on this page, please refer all your questions to the Florida Department of Children and Family website found here or call the Customer Call Center (866) 762-2237.