Additional Services and Resources
Birth certificates, marriage certificates, and death certificates are available through the Florida office of vital statistics.
A 24-Hour Crisis Intervention, supportive listening and informational service in Broward County. Just dial 2-1-1 or (954) 537-0211 or click here to learn more. Click here to learn about the Senior Touchline (helpline).
Advice on avoiding scams and rip-offs, as well as tips on a wide variety of other consumer topics. Learn more about consumer protection.
By Dec. 1, 2014 all individuals born after Dec. 1, 1964, will be required to comply with new drivers license and identification card standards because of the REAL ID Act of 2005 that passed as part of a recommendation from the 9/11 commission that the US should improve its systems for issuing identifications. For people born before Dec. 1, 1964, the deadline to comply with this federal law will be Dec. 1, 2017. For more information, contact the Broward or Palm Beach County Tax Collector's offices. The Broward County Tax Collector's office can be reached at 954-831-4000 or http://www.broward.org/RecordsTaxesTreasury/Pages/Default.aspx and Palm Beach County Tax Collector's office at 561-355-2264 or visit www.pbctax.com.
A list of government websites, offices, courts, etc. in one convenient place.
There are thousands of federal grant programs that your organization might be eligible for and I am often asked about what is available. Learn about the available resources to help eligible grant seekers find information on federal grants, loans, and financial assistance for projects, as well as on private funding.
Information on how to protect your identity from being stolen.
Resources for Florida residents who are seeking employment.
Please help us find these Florida missing children.
A crisis intervention, information and referral to community services helpline that operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Tips you can use to help avoid and combat prevent tax identity fraud.
Learn about the process of locating and applying for financial aid.
Florida is holding huge amounts of unclaimed property. Is some of it yours? Common forms of unclaimed property include savings or checking accounts, stocks, uncashed dividends or payroll checks, refunds, traveler’s checks, trust distributions, insurance payments or refunds and life insurance policies, annuities, certificates of deposit, customer overpayments, utility security deposits, mineral royalty payments, and contents of safe deposit boxes.