Community Resources

  • Alabama Medicaid ~ 1-800-362-1504

    Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline ~ 1-888-633-3239

    All-Kids Health Insurance ~ 1-888-373-5437 (se habla espanol)

    All-Kids Mental Health/Substance Abuse Helpline ~ 1-877-297-0089

    American Cancer Society ~ 1-800-227-2345

    American Diabetes Association ~ 1-800-DIABETES (800-342-2383)

    American Red Cross ~ (205) 439-7800
    Disaster assistance available.

    Christian Mission Center ~ (334) 393-2607
    Emergency assistance for food, utilities, or rent. Limited shelter space available. Limited assistance with medicines. Household goods and clothing assistance.

    City of Enterprise Fire Department ~ (334) 347-1211

    City of Enterprise Public Library ~ (334) 347-2636
    Children's program every Wednesday for ages 2-6. Computers with internet available to the public.

    City of Enterprise Parks and Recreation ~ (334) 348-2686
    Swimming, baseball, softball, cheerleading, basketball, aerobics, tennis, karate, line dancing, etc.  After School Program for grades 1-6. Some programs are free. Other programs require a small fee.

    City of Enterprise Police Department ~ (334) 347-1211

    Coffee County Baptist Association ~ (334) 894-6411 
    General family assistance available. Active Hispanic Ministry available.

    Coffee County Department of Human Resources (DHR) ~ (334) 348-2000
    Food stamps, Medicaid, daycare assistance, parenting, TANF program, JOBS program, child and adult protective services.

    Coffee County Health Department ~ (334) 347-9574 
    Safe and sanitary housing for eligible families.  Applications accepted on Wednesdays ONLY!

    Enterprise Housing Authority ~ (334) 347-2538 (Public Housing) or (334) 393-2058 (Section 8) 
    Family planning, Immunizations, EPSDT screenings (for children on Medicaid), free or low-cost health care, free or low-cost dental care.

    Enterprise State Community College Adult Education Classes ~ (334) 347-2623
    Free adult education classes, including English as a Second Language and Literacy classes.

    Family Services Center ~ (334) 393-8538  
    Assistance with meeting family needs, education and employment referrals. Building Blocks - a program for pregnant teens and new teen moms with children 0-3 years old. Young Parents Program and Pregnancy Prevention.

    Head Start ~ (334) 347-4434 
    A wide range of developmental programs for families and children ages 3 through Kindergarten. Includes classroom instruction, parenting classes, job searches for parents, education and literacy for parents, dental and health care for children, special services for children with disabilities. Services are free.

    Health Link ~ (888) 712-9639 
    Low-cost drug screenings - urine and hair follicle  

    House of Ruth ~ (334) 347-1912 ~ 24-hour hotline 1-800-650-6522 
    Domestic violence services, including a crisis hotline, shelter, counseling, legal assistance, transportation, basic needs, and support groups. 

    Medical Center Enterprise ~ (334) 347-0584 
    Full-service hospital with an emergency room.

    National Cancer Institute ~ 1-800-4-CANCER

    New Life Recovery ~ (334) 393-5641 
    Faith-based addiction recovery program.

    Poison Control Center ~ 1-800-222-1222

    Salvation Army ~ (334) 393-8244
    Short term assistance for personal and/or civic disasters. Includes thrift store, clothing, furniture, food, limited assistance with utility bills.

    South Central Alabama Mental Health Center ~ (334) 347-0212
    Free or low-cost mental health assistance and/or counseling for adults and children. Substance Abuse program, Mental Retardation program, and Mental Illness program.

    Southeast Alabama Community Action Partnership ~ (334) 347-0881
    LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) provides energy assistance to eligible households to meet the rising cost of home energy. Emergency Food & Shelter Program, Clothing Closet, Food Pantry, Brown Bag Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Foster Grandparent Program and other assistance available.

    WIC Program ~ (334) 347-9574
    Food program for pregnant women and children under the age of 5. An appointment is required.

    YES Program ~ (334) 393-3789Services for out-of-school youth ages 14 to 24. Includes GED preparation, non-traditional high school diploma option, work experience program, job readiness skills, pre-employment skills, and tutoring. 

    YMCA ~ (334) 347-4513
    Family activities, sports, and daycare. Includes soccer, t-ball, swimming, tennis, fitness center, karate, and basketball. Program fees and membership fees vary.