Are you a Pinellas County resident looking for help getting your basic needs of food, shelter or health care? You’ve come to the right place! We have many programs that help you with those basic needs. Read below to learn more about each program and how to contact them to determine your eligibility for help.

Temporary Operating Hours:

Monday: 8:30am – 3:00pm

Tuesday: 8:30am – 3:00pm

Thursday: 8:30am – 7:00pm

The We Help Services Food Pantry is committed to remaining open during this unprecedented health crisis. For everyone's health and safety, we are offering pre-bagged items in an expedited manner via an outdoor mobile distribution plan (for those in cars and those on foot or bicycle). No waiting room, and no long waits. We are spacing out clients to allow appropriate distancing and ensuring the safety of all involved.

Clients should bring identification for themselves and anyone else in the household in need of food. Clients will need documentation indicating full name, date of birth and current address. Clients may utilize the food pantry once per calendar month.

Location: 863 3rd Ave N. St. Petersburg, FL 33701
FLORIDA ID SERVICES ARE TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE. CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES AS WE NAVIGATE THROUGH THE COVID-19 CRISIS.

We assist clients with the fees to obtain a Florida Identification Card. We do not assist with drivers licenses. Clients will need to bring their original birth certificate (no photocopies) and two pieces of mail indicating their current address.

Clients who are no longer using the name on their birth certificate (due to previous marriage or official name change) will need to bring original documents showing that change (court order, marriage certificate, etc). We will also help with the documents needed to obtain the ID.

Location: 863 3rd Ave N. St. Petersburg, FL 33701
BIRTH CERTIFICATE SERVICES ARE TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE. CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES AS WE NAVIGATE THROUGH THE COVID-19 CRISIS.

Documentation requirements for birth certificates vary by state. Clients should bring any identifying documentation they have (at least three) showing their name, date of birth and current address, such as benefits paperwork, utility bills, social security card, medical records, etc.

Location: 863 3rd Ave N. St. Petersburg, FL 33701
WATER BILL ASSISTANCE SERVICES ARE TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE. CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES AS WE NAVIGATE THROUGH THE COVID-19 CRISIS.

We Help assists with the last $50 of the water bill. Assistance is available once every twelve months. The past due balance of the bill must be paid down to $50. Once the balance has been paid down, please call 727-823-3471 ext 115 to schedule an appointment.

TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE SERVICES ARE TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE. CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES AS WE NAVIGATE THROUGH THE COVID-19 CRISIS.

We assist with bus transportation for new, verifiable, permanent employment. Clients must provide the name of their employer and supervisor, employer’s address, start date, and employer’s business telephone number (no cell phone) where employer can be reached to verify employment.

We also offer a bike assistance program, which gives bikes to individuals who have verifiable, permanent employment. Please call 727.821.1200 ext. 115 for a complete list of eligibility requirements.

Location: 863 3rd Ave N. St. Petersburg, FL 33701
The Men's Residence is our homeless mens’ transitional residence. This is a long term facility where men stay an average of 6-9 months and work closely with a case manager to gain long term financial and housing stability.

Contact Info: 727-823-5780

The Virginia & David Baldwin Women’s Residence is our homeless womens’ transitional residence. This is a long term facility where women stay an average of 6-9 months and work closely with a case manager to gain long term financial and housing stability.

Contact Info: 727-821-3894

The Family Residence is our homeless family transitional residence. Families stay an average of 1-3 weeks and work closely with a navigator to return to a stable housing situation.

St. Petersburg Family Residence operates as part of the Juvenile Welfare Board’s Family Service Initiative. Referrals for family assistance can be made to 2-1-1, where appropriate referrals will be made. The Family Residence does not accept any direct referrals for shelter or services.
Hours: CALL-IN ONLY

Monday & Wednesday 8:30 am- 3:00 pm

Tuesday & Thursday 8:30 am- 7:00pm

Friday 8:30 – 11:00am

Note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we are not currently accepting new patient registrations. If you are an existing patient and need a refill or to speak with a physician or nurse, please call our office - please do not visit in person.

The Health Center is our clinic that treats adults aged
 18–64 without private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and who do not qualify by low income for county health care.

Medical Patient Criteria

Health Education Learning Series

Location: 5501 4th St. N., St. Petersburg, FL 33703

For more information, call 727-327-0333 or email healthcenter@stpetersburgfreeclinic.org.
Our dental clinics provides uninsured adults with dental hygiene, pain relief, fillings, and extractions.

Note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we are not currently accepting new patient registrations. If you are an existing patient and need a refill or to speak with a dentist or dental assistant, please call our office - please do not visit in person. Dental Patient Criteria

Contact Info: 727-327-0333 Location: 5501 4th St. N., St. Petersburg, FL 33703

Since its founding in 1970, St. Petersburg Free Clinic has been dedicated to equal opportunity and has opened its doors to clients, employees, and volunteers without regard to race, sex, creed, or other irrelevant criteria. Consistent with this tradition, it is the policy of St. Petersburg Free Clinic to promote and maintain an environment that is welcoming and respectful to all.