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999 Old Tomoka Road
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
(386) 258-4676


    Click here for updated Community Resources as of 4/27/20 : ​Community Resources


      • CWC Ministries Days/Hours: Pantry Mon - F 8:30 – 11:0054 S. Ridgewood, Basement, FL, 32174 (386) 310-4910
      • Adventist Church NSB Closed Pantry due to COVID-19
      • Edgewater United Methodist Church Days/Hours: Saturday 8.30 - 11.30 am >>>> not open on the 5th Saturday of the month <<<<< 211 North Ridgewood Ave, FL, 32132• (386)428-6552   Please call week prior to confirm they will be having pantry
      • Pay It Forward Deland Days/Hours: Thursdays 10-12 - not open on 5th Thursdays. Nearest bus stop at Hill and New York. 250 N. Hill Avenue, FL, 32724 Pastor Robert 321-604-8002
      • New Hope Church of God Days/Hours: Third Wednesday 11:00a-1:00p 2855 Lake Helen- Osteen Road, FL, 32738 (386)532-8291
      • Church of God Prophecy of DeLeon Springs Hours: 4th Monday for TEFAP and non TEFAP 11:00a-1:00p and bread on 2nd Monday. On call for emergencies. Call first 386-277-2167 4721 Dundee Ave, FL, 32130
      • The Sanctuary Days/Hours: Pantry every Thursday 12:00p-2:00p. and Saturday 9:00a-12:00p 401 E. Taylor Rd, FL, 32724 (386)734-7777
      • Emmanual SDA Days/Hours: Delivery only at this time, to schedule (386) 334-9202
      • Salvation Army West Volusia Days/Hours: Wednesdays 1 pm - 3pm ** USDA weekly, all other pantry food monthly. On call for emergencies 1240 S. High St., FL, 32720 (386)738-2406 Must Bring ID and this is for the West Side of the County
      • Manna Ministries Christian Fellowship Days/Hours: Wednesday 11 - 12 can call 631.487.3134 for emergency distribution 1385 Maximilian St., FL, 32725 (386)490-0870
      • Liberty in Christ Ministries Days/Hours: 2nd Saturday from 9 – 11for April On call for emergencies 1308 E Normandy Blvd Suite A, FL, 32725 (386)747-6306 Will be a drive-thru they need name and number in household
      • St. Brendan Outreach Days/Hours: Saturdays 10:00a-11:45 am 1000 Ocean Shore Blvd, FL, 32176 (386)795-4260
      • Restoring Hope Days/Hours: Tuesday 8.30 a - 9.30 a enter pantry on left (if facing front door) side of building 1200 9th Street, FL, 32117 (386)299-7303
      • NSB Housing Authority food drop @ our CRC @ 600 Greenlawn St  for Seniors food bags available.
    • Warren Willis Virtual Day Camp
    • Veteran's Services Hero's Mile  Our program has not slowed down as we are very specific to the clients we accept and we are still processing referrals for admit.  Our corporate protocols are reviewed daily via conference call and our client screening and facility cleaning processes far exceed the CDC requirements.  Staff are also screened daily prior to entering the   facility to ensure we maintain the highest level of preparation/cautiousness that we can. 
    • NSB Housing Authority Our Section 8 waitlist is open. They can apply at our website Taking the first 1500 applications.  Will provide access to internet and computers to apply for unemployment benefits. Phone applications if approved by DCF. Will provide a phone number for them to call.  Public housing residents with a job loss to contact or call 386-562-7113 for rent reductions.
    • Community Resource Numbers:
    • Mental Health Assistance Hotline 1-800-539-4228

      Crisis Intervention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK

      Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-784-2433​

      Florida Abuse Hotline 1-800-962-2873

      United Way Services - Dial 211

      Crisis Text Line - Text 741741

      Domestic Violence - Beacon Center Shelter: (386) 257-2297​

    ​Hello!  My name is Mrs. Railsback and I am the school counselor at Tomoka Elementary.  I work with many students at Tomoka individually, in small groups and/or in their classrooms.To receive individual and/or group counseling here at Tomoka, a student can be referred by their parent, teacher, or school administrator.  Students can also request to see me.  Students are invited to meet with me to talk about things that impact their learning at school, such as friendships, study skills, and self-esteem.  In my office, students can feel free to talk about what worries them and to ask questions.

    I would like to be a resource for your child throughout the school year.  My goal is to help your child be successful both academically and socially through scheduled one-on-one counseling, small group and classroom guidance opportunities.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.  I would be happy to work with you to make your child's time at Tomoka GREAT!

    ​VCSB's school counselors utilize the developmental guidance approach.  This means school counselors identify age-appropriate skills that all students need to be successful in school and work.  The guidance curriculum is correlated with the Next Generation Standards in health and social studies supporting student learning of many concepts taught in these classes.

    Guidance Curriculum - teaches skills in effective communication, decision-making and problem-solving, understanding self and others, school success, career planning, and community involvement.  Curriculum is taught through classroom guidance, small group activities and school-wide programs.

    Academic Counseling - assist students with monitoring and managing their educational and career plans.  Students learn how to access a variety of information regarding occupations, colleges, military, scholarships and financial aid, and personal health and wellness.

    Mental Health Counseling - address the personal and social concerns of students which may affect academic achievement. Individual counseling, group counseling, family counseling, and crisis intervention help students cope with stress, manage anger, and deal with grief and loss.  School counselors also consult and collaborate with faculty and staff, administrators, and parents in regards to absences, truancy and discipline problems