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Social Services

At Beyond90's Refugee Service Center, our Support Services Specialists work with refugee families to help eliminate barriers to self-sufficiency.  With the exception of legal services, there isn't anything we do not try to tackle when it comes to providing necessary services and improving life skills. Beyond90’s Support Services are tailored to individual needs and are twofold:  individualized support and situational life crisis management. 

Individualized Support

Beyond90 provides Individualized assistance with any issue a refugee brings to the office such as  submitting a job application, accessing health care, enrolling their children in school, understanding their mail and more.  Individualized support enhances the quality of life and provide a buffer against adverse life events for refugees and immigrants living in NE Florida.  Support services are provided on a walk-in basis 4 days per week. Beyond90 is the only provider of this general assistance in Northeast Florida.  

General Assistance is provided in the form of:

  • Physical or practical assistance (e.g., transportation, public assistance applications, medical appointment assistance, job applications) 

  • Resource and information sharing (i.e., information on community resources) 

  • Emotional and psychological assistance (i.e., providing a listening ear and encouragement)

Types of Assistance Provided

  • Public assistance applications (i.e. SNAP, Medicaid etc.)

  • UF Health financial assistance applications

  • Legal/Immigration referrals

  • Childcare applications

  • Referrals to other agencies for services

  • Employment applications help

  • Re-employment assistance applications

  • Healthcare advocate

  • School enrollment

  • Car Insurance/Accident Reporting

  • USCIS Medical Certification for Disability Exemptions

  • And more

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Life Crisis Management

Beyond90 also provides crisis management services so our refugee clients can better deal with “life happens” situations. Our team helps define the crisis along with providing the steps to resolve the issue. Based on individual needs, and in collaboration with other service providers, our case manager links clients with resources in the community until the crisis situation is resolved.


Crisis management services are provided to refugees and immigrants in NE Florida.  When utilized in conjunction with our Project For Healing mental health program, refugees and immigrants receive wraparound care so they can heal from the trauma they experienced fleeing their adverse circumstances.

Refugee Service Center

4000 Spring Park Road

Jacksonville, FL  32207

(on the campus of Faith UMC)

   Monday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

   Tuesday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

   Wednesday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

   Thursday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

   Friday - Closed

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