Support Services

Veterans Services

  • Connects Veterans and their families to an array of benefits, care, and support programs.
  • Provides expert and free consultations and professional assistance to all Veterans.
  • Conducts personal and phone interviews, and processes disability and pension claims. 
  • Click here for our Veterans Services page

Grants & Fiscal Services

  • Provides internal financial support through purchasing assistance, accounts payable/receivable, collections, budget preparation and entry, general ledger maintenance, grants management and reporting, internal auditing, and support for all financial reporting needs to nine departments.

Public Services Admin Coordination 

  • Assists Assistant County Administrator with various branch-related matters including employee engagement, KPI tracking, agenda review/approval, special projects, & branch policy coordination. 
  • Department’s budget is funded through general-fund.

Support Services Department

Hours: Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm

Opioid Treatment, Prevention, and Recovery Fund

Please visit the Advisory Boards and Committees page to learn more about the Opioid Task Force.

The Fund will award grants to community-based organizations that engage residents affected by the opioid epidemic through programs in substance use disorder treatment, overdose prevention, substance misuse awareness and education, and harm reduction, in addition to holistic programs that address collective trauma and stigma associated with substance use and promote mental well-being for communities and community-based workers in the substance-use disorder field.

Funding will be provided for evidence-based practices for the treatment, prevention, and recovery of substance use disorders in Pasco County. Funding requests must be consistent with the Community Abatement Plan and with Schedule A - Core Strategies, as stipulated in the Florida Plan.

Year two of the Opioid Treatment, Prevention and Recovery Fund to support programs and services for people impacted by the opioid crisis in Pasco County is back.  Community projects seeking grant funding may apply between May 1, 2024, and June 7, 2024.

Applicants are required to attend a virtual informational session:

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When filling out the form on Neighborly, you will be asked for the following information and documents to complete the application:

  1.    Name and description of organization applying or funds.
    • if a non-profit, 501(c) 3 documentation is required

B.    Proposed Project Name - including questions on amount of funding requested, numbers regarding citizens served                           through the project, partial awards and project description requirements.

(This section will also ask questions regarding services provided within the project and the impact they will have on the community.)

C.    Other Required Documents

    •  Organizational Chart
    •    Sunbiz Report 

Please submit your completed application to request funding through Neighborly - please provide link to the official application.

Contact Us
(727) 847-2411